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Mayer Brown
Family offices managing the affairs of high-net-worth families have become increasingly important to the financial services industry in Hong Kong and most other major financial centres.
lus Laboris
Hong Kong's enhanced maternity leave provisions take effect on 11 December 2020.
Timothy Loh
For a fund manager wishing to establish and manage a hedge fund in Asia, Hong Kong has traditionally been a leading choice. It is the financial centre of the Greater China region.
ONC Lawyers
On 1 June 2020, the CFA handed down its decision in HKSAR v Chu Ang FACC No. 6 of 2019 (on appeal from HCMA No. 119 of 2018 [2020] HKCFA 18) allowing the prosecution's appeal and setting aside the lower courts' previous rulings ...
ONC Lawyers
Originating from a recent Competition Tribunal decision in April 2020, the Competition Commission published a Policy on Recommended Pecuniary Penalties for anti-competitive behaviour on 22 June 2020.
ONC Lawyers
The SFC has recently released its consultation conclusions on proposed enhancements to the Open-ended Fund Companies regime, and gazetted the revised Code on Open-ended Fund Companies incorporating the ...
ONC Lawyers
On 17 July 2020, the Competition Tribunal handed down a decision in Competition Commission v Kam Kwong Engineering Company Ltd and Others [2020] HKCT 3, for the enforcement actions initiated by the Competition Commission ...
ONC Lawyers
Not surprisingly, cybercrimes come along with the development of technology. The Hong Kong courts have considered many cases of cybercrimes, in particular email scams, in which the fraudsters found ways ...
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
In Re Ando Credit Limited [2020] HKCFI 2775 ("Re Ando"), the Hong Kong Companies Court recently appointed provisional liquidators over a Hong Kong company, Ando Credit Limited, in novel circumstances with potentially significant consequences.
Timothy Loh
Investigations ("SFC investigations") by the Securities and Futures ("SFC") Enforcement Division are formal enquiries into possible wrongdoing
ONC Lawyers
The London Interbank Offered Rate ("LIBOR") has been in use as the key interest rate benchmark for a wide range of financial products worldwide.
ONC Lawyers
When there is a dispute as to the validity of an arbitration clause, which authority should the party go to? The court or the arbitral tribunal?
ONC Lawyers
In the last issue of the Corporate & Commercial Newsletter published in August 2020, an introduction to the International Swaps and Derivatives Association ("ISDA") architecture was given.
ONC Lawyers
Interbank Offered Rates ("IBORs") including the London Interbank Offered Rate ("LIBOR") and the Euro Interbank Offered Rate are being reformed.
ONC Lawyers
After considering the comments received, the Stock Exchange decided not to proceed with the proposed amendment.
ONC Lawyers
A common failing is sponsors' failure to consider the extent of the due diligence required, and resorting to a box-ticking approach.
ONC Lawyers
In August 2019, the Exchange issued a consultation paper proposing to codify the factors to be considered when granting the Rule 3.28 Waiver.
Mayer Brown
We will discuss in this Legal Update the key proposals set out in the Concept Paper.
Timothy Loh
The Securities and Futures Appeals Tribunal is the tribunal responsible for hearing appeals from SFC disciplinary decisions
Withers LLP
As the US-China tension grows, the United States has rolled out more restrictions on Chinese companies seeking IPOs in the United States.
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