Hong Kong regulators focus on ferreting out concentration risks following Archegos failure

By Justin Pugsley
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Hong Kong’s regulators are developing systems to detect concentrated exposures in equities to help prevent another Archegos Capital Management type failure.

According to the Financial Times (owner of Banking Risk & Regulation) the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Securities and Futures Commission are to use centralised databases to detect ...

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