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SFC, CSRC And MOF Sign Tripartite MOU On Access To Audit Working Papers Kept In Mainland China
Last week, the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) signed a tripartite memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the China Securities Regulatory Commission
Hong Kong
30 Jul 2019
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Hong Kong Regulatory Update
This edition provides an overview of key regulatory developments in the past three months relevant to companies listed.
Hong Kong
12 Jul 2019
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IFRS 16 Implementation In Hong Kong Has A Major Impact To Company's Financials, Operations, Key Metrics And Treasury Strategy
The new international accounting standards on treatment of leases will have a serious impact on the financials and operations of many companies in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong
25 Apr 2019
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Untying The Knot: A Forensic Accountant's View Of Divorce Proceedings
During the course of matrimonial disputes, there are often situations where solicitors find it helpful to engage specialist investigators and appraisers.
Hong Kong
5 Nov 2015
5
Governance & Securities Law Focus: Asia Edition – July 2014
In this newsletter, we provide a snapshot of principal Asian, US, European and selected international governance and securities law developments.
Worldwide
23 Jul 2014
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Hong Kong
3 Jul 2014
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CPA Protect - March 2014
The new Companies Ordinance (Cap 622) (the "new CO") came into force on 3 March 2014.
Hong Kong
31 May 2014
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Criminal Liability - Hong Kong’s Auditors In The Firing Line
On 12 July 2012, the Companies Bill was passed by the Legislative Council marking a significant milestone in the development of Hong Kong’s company law.
Hong Kong
30 Aug 2012
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More Protection for Personal Data - amendments to Hong Kong’s new privacy law will be effective in October 2012
The Personal Data (Privacy) (Amendment) Ordinance will come into effect on 1 October this year.
Hong Kong
5 Aug 2012
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Government Seeks Expansion Of The Coverage Of The Protection Of Wages On Insolvency Fund
The Fund provides monetary relief to employees when their employers become insolvent.
Hong Kong
6 Jul 2011
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The Point of No Return - A Balancing Act
In BNY Corporate Trustee Services Ltd v Eurosail UK 2007 - 3BL PLC & Ors, the English Court of Appeal has decided that the mere fact that a company’s aggregate liabilities exceed its assets may not render the company to be deemed unable to pay its debts under section 123(2) of the UK Insolvency Act 1986 (commonly referred to as the "balance sheet test").
Hong Kong
8 Apr 2011
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Capital Markets Quarterly Update (October to December 2010)
This quarterly update (October to December 2010) highlights recent developments in Hong Kong capital markets practices:
Hong Kong
 
24 Jan 2011
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Bar Date Imposed for Lehman Brothers' Hong Kong Entities
The insolvency proceedings of the Lehman Brothers' group of companies worldwide ("Group") are among the most complicated ones we have seen.
Hong Kong
7 Sep 2010
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Motions for Omnibus Objections to Claims against Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and associated Debtors filed with the US Bankruptcy Court
On 18 May 2010, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and its associated debtors (together, the "Debtors") filed a further six omnibus objections to claims filed in their Chapter 11 proceedings with the US Bankruptcy Court (the "Objections").
Hong Kong
 
26 May 2010
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Disclaiming Unprofitable Contracts by Liquidators in Hong Kong
Under s.268 of the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance ("CO"), the Hong Kong Court has a discretion to grant leave to Liquidators to disclaim "onerous property" within a 12 month time limit (or such extended period as granted by the Court).
Hong Kong
25 May 2010
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Disclaiming Unprofitable Contracts by Liquidators in Hong Kong
Under s.268 of the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance ("CO"), the Hong Kong Court has a discretion to grant leave to Liquidators to disclaim "onerous property" within a 12 month time limit (or such extended period as granted by the Court).
Hong Kong
 
25 May 2010
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Structured Finance and Securitisation 2010: Country Q&A - Hong Kong
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.
Hong Kong
1 Apr 2010
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Revisiting The Reform For Corporate Rescue Procedure
Unlike in countries like the America, UK and Australia, there are very limited legal mechanisms available to a company in Hong Kong to rescue itself from financial distress.
Hong Kong
 
5 Jan 2010
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Distressed Debt In Hong Kong: An Insolvency Primer For Private Equity
Recent shocks to the financial markets as well as deteriorating economic conditions have brought insolvency issues sharply back into focus.
Hong Kong
5 Nov 2008
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Take Private Transactions: Possible New Pitfalls for Private Equity
Private equity firms who wish to take such companies private will face an increasingly difficult environment.
Hong Kong
6 Dec 2007
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