3Novices:Hong Kong’s central banker adds fintech to priorities to burnish city’s role as financial hub

Hong Kong Monetary Authority Chief Executive Norman Chan Tak-lam, 62, is Hong Kong’s central banker. Paid HK$6.5 million per year (substantially less than his predecessor, Joseph Yam), Chan is still ranked as one of the highest paid central bankers in the world, behind only Mark Carney at the Bank of England.
Chan is tasked with managing the local reserve Exchange Fund, maintaining the stability of the local currency and banking system, as well as handling the many new financial market…
July 15, 2017 at 08:30AM
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