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Personalities who will shape China's regulatory reforms: Watch Guo Shuqing
Date: Jul 12, 2017   |   Author: Emmanuel Daniel | Editorial
A narrative that is not being discussed on the recent crackdown of several companies, including Anbang, Fosun, Wanda, HNA and Li Yonghong’s Rossoneri in China, is the regulator that drove the entire episode. How will that shape the country’s financial regulation system?
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Remembering a stalwart of the industry: Chuah Mei Lin
Date: Jan 09, 2017   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping | Editorial
Chuah Mei Lin, executive director of the Association of Banks in Malaysia, passes away at 55.



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