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With an increasing number of countries and territories having reported cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) over the past few days, the global number of confirmed cases of ...
Gall
Shareholders' disputes, in some cases, are like a divorce. Business partners work for years together, and eventually build up a successful business empire, only to find that it is time to go separate ways.
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP
This update provides an overview of key regulatory developments in the past three months relevant to companies listed, or planning to list, on The Stock Exchange...
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP
This edition provides an overview of key regulatory developments in the past three months relevant to companies listed.
Appleby
We generally expect to see the following suite of deliverables required to be provided to the chargee pursuant to the terms of the relevant security document or credit agreement:
Fiduserve
Hong Kong's extensive tax, trade and legal benefits, have made it a popular business choice for foreign investors who want to set up a local company.
Withers LLP
Dual-class shares may now be listed in Hong Kong, with Xiaomi as the first dual-class share structure to have listed
Withers LLP
The changes are made with the intention to grow the stock market scene in Asia.
Carey Olsen
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has decided that a minority shareholder may not pursue a winding-up petition in order to delay or prevent a Board approved privatisation of the company.
Carey Olsen
On 6 March 2018, the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal handed down judgment in an appeal brought by Shanda, holding that a "minority discount" should be applied in assessing the fair value....
Jones Day
The high level of certainty of obtaining shareholders' approval for whitewash waivers could lead to potential abuse by parties looking to obtain or consolidate control through whitewash transactions in Hong Kong.
Jones Day
The high level of certainty of obtaining shareholders' approval for whitewash waivers could lead to potential abuse by parties looking to obtain or consolidate control through whitewash transactions in Hong Kong.
Mayer Brown
Home advantage is often an important factor in sport. Similarly, in cross-border deals, parties often wish to ensure that disputes will be dealt with in their own country or, at the very least, a neutral country...
Conyers
Every day, companies are being formed around the world for a variety of reasons. Incorporation produces a corporate entity which is separate from its owners, with its own legal rights and obligations.
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
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.
OIL
Further to our previous updates regarding changes to the legislation of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), the relevant anticipated legislation has now been published.
Conyers
The relevant company, Yung Kee Holdings Limited, was a holding company for shares in another BVI company, Long Yau, which in turn operated two Hong Kong subsidiaries carrying on business exclusively in Hong Kong.
Clyde & Co
In August 2014, the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) published a Concept Paper '('the Concept Paper") inviting public comment on a "weighted voting rights" structure ("the WVR Structure").
Mayer Brown
Mayer Brown has been operating in Asia for over 150 years. We have a strong footprint across Asia with offices in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Japan.
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