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Australia’s ban on conflicted forms of remuneration and the United States’ elevation of the standards of brokers and insurance agents are two recent examples of global financial regulatory reforms. The implementation of such changes could be considered indicative in designing financial regulatory reforms in Hong Kong.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.