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Structured finance is a financial instrument whereby an asset, such as a bond, or a pool of assets, such as residential mortgages, credit card repayments
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 12 February 2019, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) announced in a briefing to the Legislative Council Panel on Financial Affairs that the Treasury Markets Association (TMA)
Tanner De Witt
The Henley Group has never recommended geared investment products to its clients but we often come across individuals that do have such products.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
As financial markets globalize, particular markets have increasing opportunities to shape themselves by adopting processes, concepts and regulatory frameworks borrowed from other markets.
Appleby
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange ("HKSE") has recently issued an update on HKSE's efforts to develop sustainable markets for RMB products. A significant development is the ability of existing listed issuers to make a "RMB follow-on offering".
King & Wood Mallesons
Tests for high net worth professional investors in Hong Kong are likely to become easier 16 December 2011.
Mayer Brown
On 7 April 2011, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange of the PRC (SAFE) issued the Notice on the Issues relating to the Regulation of the Practice of Cross-border RMB Capital Account Related Business (Circular No.38 of 2011) which became effective as from 1 May 2011.
King & Wood Mallesons
The Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Limited (HKEx) recently provided interim guidance on pre-IPO investments to clarify uncertainties among market practitioners in relation to pre-IPO investments. It is anticipated that HKEx will issue a consultation paper on possible amendments to the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (Listing Rules) in this regard.
Mayer Brown
On 30 July 2010, China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) issued a "Notice on the Administration of the Provision of Security to Foreign Entities by Domestic Institutions".
Mayer Brown
Despite having a developed legal framework to support securitisation, Hong Kong has a low level of securitisation activity. This is generally due to the ready availability of other more conventional types of funding at inexpensive rates.
King & Wood Mallesons
On 25 March 2009, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) issued a circular setting out implementation measures and timeframes in relation to recommendations regarding the offering and distribution of structured products in Hong Kong.
King & Wood Mallesons
Issuers of structured products in Hong Kong must consider whether their offering and advertising materials adequately disclose the risks affecting investors' returns as a result of current market conditions.
Timothy Loh
A recent decision of the Hong Kong Court of Appeal has raised the issue of whether disciplinary proceedings against licensed and registered persons are civil or criminal in nature.
Tanner De Witt
This paper sets out a brief overview of corporate insolvency law in Hong Kong and compares and contrasts the insolvency laws in Hong Kong with those of other jurisdictions discussed at the Insolvency Session of the IATA Legal Symposium 2006. The principal legislation in Hong Kong relating to corporate insolvencies is the Companies Ordinance (Cap 32), which is supplemented by the Companies (Winding Up) Rules (Cap 32H). Some provisions of the Bankruptcy Ordinance (Cap 6) also apply to corporate in
Angela Wang & Co.,
On 11 April 2005, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of Ministry of Finance of Peoples Republic of China ("MOF") issued a new regulation, known as "Provisional Regulations for Transferring the State Owned Enterprise’s Property Rights to the Management" ("Provisional Regulation"), governing management buy-outs of State Owned Enterprises ("SOEs") in China.
Angela Wang & Co.,
A recent decision by the High Court in Hong Kong could have a significant impact on independent financial advisers ("IFAs") who may have previously believed they were safe from being held responsible for losses due to market conditions.
Angela Wang & Co.,
On 4 October 2004, the Hong Kong High Court made Winding-up Orders against Zhuhai Municipal Government's "window company" Zhu Kuan Group Company Limited ("ZK Group") and its Hong Kong subsidiary Zhu Kuan (Hong Kong) Company Limited ("ZK HK")
Mayer Brown
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