HKMA to probe Lehman complaints

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) is investigating complaints that banks have mis-sold investment products related to Lehman Brothers.

The investigation involves allegations that firms mis-sold Minibonds, a Lehman structured note.

A spokesperson for the HKMA said Friday it will "look into all complaints from investors."

"The HKMA is endeavouring to conclude the investigations as soon as possible by mobilising extra resources. However, the investigations are complex and will obviously tak

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