Has received subpoenas from several international authorities
John van Verre, HSBC's head of global custody at HSBC Securities Services, has told ICFA there has been little impact to its business in Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami.
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Risk perceptions ease despite desperate situation in areas affected by the natural disaster
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