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SFC Reminds Intermediaries to Comply with Self-reporting Obligations

Hong Kong - September 27 2018 Intermediaries have self-reporting obligations to the Securities and Futures Ordinance (SFC), under paragraph 12.5 of the 'Code of Conduct for Persons...

Robert Rhoda.


Investors' Claim regarding Bank's Wealth Management Service

United Kingdom, Hong Kong - August 15 2018 The Court of Appeal recently confirmed a bank's supervisory duties in managing a client's wealth and investments under a trust arrangement. Relieving...

Richard Keady.


Hong Kong Competition Court clarified the scope of privilege against self-incrimination

Hong Kong - July 16 2018 The Competition Tribunal adopted a narrow interpretation of "person" in determining privilege against self-incrimination. An employer cannot claim the...

Richard Keady.


Arbitration is No Answer to Winding Up Petition for an Insolvent Company

Hong Kong - July 5 2018 In our article dated 9 March 2018, we discussed Harris J's decision in Lasmos v Southwest Pacific Bauxite (HK) Ltd, in which we acted for the company...

Richard Keady.


Lasmos v Southwest Pacific Bauxite (HK) Ltd

Hong Kong - March 9 2018 More recently, the Court has clarified that arbitration is not the panacea to an insolvent company, in Re Hong Kong Sports Industrial Development...

Richard Keady.