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China’s raid on its Wall Street to keep many bankers awake at night as Beijing probes top institutions

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The news that China’s disciplinary watchdog will send inspectors into the country’s financial regulators and its top state-owned financial institutions to look for signs of corruption, negligence and disloyalty could soon be keeping some Chinese bankers awake at nights.In the coming weeks, disciplinary officials will be parachuted into China’s top 25 financial institutions to ask questions, review complaints and reports, knock on doors and open files and locked cupboards. This would be like…

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The news that China’s disciplinary watchdog will send inspectors into the country’s financial regulators and its top state-owned financial institutions to look for signs of corruption, negligence and disloyalty could soon be keeping some Chinese bankers awake at nights.In the coming weeks, disciplinary officials will be parachuted into China’s top 25 financial institutions to ask questions, review complaints and reports, knock on doors and open files and locked cupboards. This would be like…
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