October 16, 2021

Hong Kong: The duties of Hong Kong company directors and valuers: The SFC issues a warning

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Article by Alex Potts From Sedgwick Chudleigh Nearly half of the market capitalization of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange is represented by companies incorporated in either Bermuda or the Cayman Islands. Directors, officers, and insurers of such companies need to keep abreast, therefore, of both Hong Kong law, as well as the laws of Bermuda […]

Cayman fund numbers slump in Hong Kong

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By Andrew Foxwoll From Asian Investor This year has seen a 30% drop in the number of Cayman Islands funds authorised in Hong Kong, as the city grows in popularity as a product domicile ahead of the pending HK-China mutual recognition scheme. The number of Cayman ­ originated funds fell to 103 at end-September from […]

Hong Kong exchange looks to attract overseas companies

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From JDSupra Business Advisor Bolstered by a solid fourth quarter, 2013 was a stronger year than 2012 for Hong Kong in terms of new listings. In 2013, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the HKEx) reported 110 new listings raising $21.5 billion, compared to 64 new listings raising $11.6 billion in 2012. Despite the […]