Best in Hong Kong - HSBC

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Many banks ceased offering structured products during the final quarter of 2008 as they were forced to deal with complaints from investors about the mis-selling of Lehman products, but HSBC's prudent product selection safeguarded it from selling anything linked to Lehman. "We were the only retail bank that didn't distribute Lehman Brother's products at all - whether credit or equity-linked," claims Sanna Wong, senior manager of investment products at HSBC in Hong Kong. "And we have continued to

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