Sharing of information between financial institutions related to potential money laundering and human trafficking activities is essential in the fight against modern slavery. However, the laws covering personal data privacy, anti-money laundering, counter-terrorism and banking regulation are often seen as a barrier to any data sharing between banks. In this paper, we seek to decode the key legislative requirements applicable in Hong Kong to facilitate a better understanding of what data can (and cannot) be shared and what limitations and exceptions apply.

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