Hong Kong moves to plug financial skills gap

John Tsang Chun-Wah, financial secretary, outlines measures in the city's budget to boost the competitiveness of its financial services industry.

Hong Kong moves to plug financial skills gap

Hong Kong has moved to address a skills shortage in the city’s financial services industry by announcing new incentives in its budget.

John Tsang Chun-Wah, the city’s financial secretary, delivered his 8th budget on Wednesday at a time when Hong Kong’s financial services industry is undergoing significant change.

In his budget speech, Tsang said he had asked the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau FSTB to consult the industry on...

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