US senator suggests Stuart Kirk suspension early indicator of 2008-style financial crisis

James Baxter-Derrington
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US senator suggests Stuart Kirk suspension early indicator of 2008-style financial crisis

Republican senator for Montana Steve Daines has lambasted HSBC over its suspension of Stuart Kirk in the wake of his Miami speech, suggesting the move is indicative of "the same groupthink that led to the 2008 financial crisis". Writing to HBSC group CEO Noel Quinn, Daines argued that Kirk (pictured) had been suspended pending internal review "for having the temerity to express" the opinion that climate-related financial risk is being misrepresented and suggested the bank had nothing to in...

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