Hong Kong bourse chief ready to listen as LME plans more reform

May 10, 2017 HONG KONG (Reuters) – The head of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) rebuffed criticism of the bourse’s handling of the London Metal Exchange on Wednesday, but pledged to listen to core users of the world’s oldest metal market as it plans more reforms. In his first speech since a major management reshuffle last month, Charles Li reinforced his message that a major overhaul was needed at the LME when the Hong Kong bourse bought it five years ago, but acknowledged that upset among physical users had…

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