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Mayer Brown JSM
Since the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKEx) issued its interim guidance on Pre-IPO Investments in October 2010...
Clyde & Co
The Hong Kong market is presently faced with an increase in mainland private enterprises listing on the local exchange, resulting in shell planting and volatility in stock prices in the Growth Enterprise Market.
Clyde & Co
The Hong Kong market is presently faced with an increase in mainland private enterprises listing on the local exchange, resulting in shell planting and volatility in stock prices in the Growth Enterprise Market (the "GEM").
TMF Group
Choosing the right form of setup that can best suit a particular situation is important for a business owner. Here, we outline the major characteristics of the three forms of registration that foreign enterprises normally choose when registering a presence in Hong Kong.
TMF Group
Choosing the right form of setup that can best suit a particular situation is important for a business owner. Our expert examines the three common forms of setup that foreign enterprises...
Ogier
Asian family offices have increased significantly in number, and they come in a wide range of sizes and shapes.
Withers LLP
The Financial Services and Treasury Bureau in Hong Kong has recently issued a consultation paper putting forward proposals to enhance the transparency of beneficial ownership of Hong Kong companies...
Mayer Brown JSM
This has all changed with the introduction of new regulations, issued in 2016, establishing a new legal environment pursuant to which ONGOs will be subject to going forward.
Clyde & Co
The Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) in Hong Kong issued a revised Guidance Note on the Corporate Governance of Authorised Insurers (Revised GN10) in October 2016.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
In this newsletter, we provide a snapshot of the principal Asian, US, European and selected international governance and securities law developments of interest to Asian corporates and financial institutions.
Mayer Brown JSM
In recent years, M&A activity in the hospitality and leisure (H&L) industry has grown significantly.
TMF Group
Failure to comply with company law in Hong Kong can be very expensive for businesses. In a highly dynamic business and regulatory environment such as Hong Kong, it is challenging for business owners to remain fully aware of the latest legal requirements.
Mayer Brown JSM
On 3 September 2016, the National People's Congress Standing Committee approved the amendments to the Laws on Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprises...
Mayer Brown JSM
Under the Hong Kong Codes on Takeovers and Mergers and Share Buy-backs (Takeovers Code), once an announcement is made of a proposed or possible offer...
Mayer Brown JSM
A recent disciplinary proceeding brought by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) of Hong Kong against the investment manager (the Manager) of an SFC authorised exchange traded fund (ETF) highlights the importance of ensuring that interest received on a deposit made by, or on behalf, of an SFC authorised fund with a connected person matches prevailing commercial rates for a deposit of that size and term.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
More panda bonds than ever are being issued, but problems surrounding them mean their range of appeal outside red-chip companies is limited.
TMF Group
In Hong Kong, there is a general perception in the market that deregistration is simpler, quicker and less expensive when disposing a private limited company.
Mayer Brown JSM
Though it is widely known that Hong Kong has adopted a "no-par" regime since the commencement of the Companies Ordinance, Cap 622 in 2014, minor details in routine practice may easily slip away.
Vistra
Martin Crawford, CEO of Vistra Group, has joined other leading senior practitioners in providing his views on the implications of the Panama Papers on Hong Kong's regulatory regime.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Partner Stephanie Tang (Hong Kong-Mergers & Acquisitions) was featured in an article in FinanceAsia's June 2016 issue
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TMF Group
Choosing the right form of setup that can best suit a particular situation is important for a business owner. Our expert examines the three common forms of setup that foreign enterprises...
Ogier
Asian family offices have increased significantly in number, and they come in a wide range of sizes and shapes.
Clyde & Co
The Hong Kong market is presently faced with an increase in mainland private enterprises listing on the local exchange, resulting in shell planting and volatility in stock prices in the Growth Enterprise Market.
TMF Group
Choosing the right form of setup that can best suit a particular situation is important for a business owner. Here, we outline the major characteristics of the three forms of registration that foreign enterprises normally choose when registering a presence in Hong Kong.
Clyde & Co
The Hong Kong market is presently faced with an increase in mainland private enterprises listing on the local exchange, resulting in shell planting and volatility in stock prices in the Growth Enterprise Market (the "GEM").
Withers LLP
The Financial Services and Treasury Bureau in Hong Kong has recently issued a consultation paper putting forward proposals to enhance the transparency of beneficial ownership of Hong Kong companies...
TMF Group
Failure to comply with company law in Hong Kong can be very expensive for businesses. In a highly dynamic business and regulatory environment such as Hong Kong, it is challenging for business owners to remain fully aware of the latest legal requirements.
Conyers Dill & Pearman
More panda bonds than ever are being issued, but problems surrounding them mean their range of appeal outside red-chip companies is limited.
TMF Group
Capital restructuring has become increasingly common due to changing market conditions.
TMF Group
In Hong Kong, there is a general perception in the market that deregistration is simpler, quicker and less expensive when disposing a private limited company.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Partner Stephanie Tang (Hong Kong-Mergers & Acquisitions) was featured in an article in FinanceAsia's June 2016 issue
Walkers
The relevant Hong Kong legislation provides that an unfair prejudice claim can only apply to: (i) a Hong Kong company or (ii) an overseas company which has established a place of business in Hong Kong.
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