Regulatory Authorities

Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)

Hong Kong’s Monetary Authority or ‘HKMA’ is the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong’s central banking institution. A governmental authority responsible for the issuance of money, HKD’s interest rate, the issuance of banking licenses, etc. Related Articles Authorities Overlook Millions of Dollars in Stolen Assets Battles of Dirty Money and Blockchain: How to Trace Stolen…

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