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13 July 2012

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Online University

I give you credit at least for saying that you are the last person who should be casting stones at wayward bankers.

David Eldon

Things have been more than cosy in Hong Kong for a long time, and perhaps the wheels are beginning to fall off that particular gravy train. But while I agree that Hong Kong's corporate governance is probably the best in Asia, of course it doesn't mean that there is no room for improvement.
(And with regard to your other comment on the betting site, there is the occasional "unwelcome" commentator that gets through, and I remove them pretty quickly, and as you will see this one has now gone.)

Xiaolong

Why is Ashley linking to a betting site?

Anyway, it is good to see David taking Lam to task. If only the HK mainstream media would pick up on this...just because the rest of Asia is easy on conflict of interest doesn't mean HK has to be that way too.

June

Couldn't agree with you more that Mr Lam's argument is the most bizarre! Especially when he has taken some two weeks to understand what conflict of interest means!

Good to see you are still closely watching the developments here in Hong Kong.

Winston Prebbles

Well, Sir, I give you credit at least for saying that you are the last person who should be casting stones at wayward bankers.

Xiaolong

Things seem to be getting rather cosy in HK. Then again, to put it in perspective, HK clearly has the best corporate governance practices in Asia...things are much worse elsewhere, even in runner-up Singapore (that mom and pop and son and daughter in law shop).

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