Legal Influencer

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Legal Influencers

Lexology’s Legal Influencers programme recognises firms and authors that provide excellent content within a work area and region. Find out more


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Global Bank Review: disruption

Global - October 20 2020 The 2020 edition of our , explores the challenges and opportunities facing banks, with the emergence and impact of the Covid-19 global health...

Antony Crockett, Andrew Procter, Vincent Hatton, Richard Woods, Paul Apáthy, Adelaide Luke, Timothy Stutt, Peter Leon, Vincent Danton, Benjamin Rubinstein, Natalie Curtis, May Tai, Shivchand Jhinku, Cat Dankos, Michelle Virgiany, Rebecca Perlman, Tony Damian, Joy Amis, Arnold Pun, Caroline Rae, Barbara Roth, Siobhan Lane, Cameron Dunstan-Smith, Kwok Tang, Tyler Hendry, Katherine Gregor, Peter Jones, Michelle Curran, Alex Cravero, Frances Xu, Harry Evans, Charlotte Henry, Leonie Timmers, Federica Marra, Melanie Ryan, César Michel, Kristen Hammond, Jenny Stainsby, Hywel Jenkins, Simon Clarke, Harry Edwards, Sarah Benbow, Kevin Pullen, Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Miriam Everett, Christian Leathley, Brenda Horrigan, Nick May, Nicholas Peacock, Peggy Chow, Tess Lumsdaine, Jonathan Mattout, Nick Pantlin, Hannah Ambrose, Amal Bouchenaki, Nick Wright, William Breeze, Hannah Cassidy, Michael Jacobs, Susan Black, Fatim Jumabhoy, Natalia Rodriguez, Jacqueline Wootton.

Corporate Crime Update - August 2020 Hong Kong and China

China, Hong Kong - August 19 2020 Lau Ka-chung, former financial controller of listed company Southeast Asia Properties & Finance Limited (SEA Properties), has been sentenced to three...

Helen Tang, Jeremy Birch.

Corporate Crime Update - August 2020 India, Korea and South East Asia

Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia - August 19 2020 The Industrial Bank of Korea and its New York branch (together, IBK) have agreed to pay US$86 million to resolve investigations by the New York...

Pamela Kiesselbach, Rebecca Pang, Peter Godwin, Dana Kim.

Snapshot: AML requirements for covered institutions and individuals in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - June 26 2020 A look at the key anti-money laundering requirements for covered institutions and individuals operating in Hong Kong, including compliance and due diligence considerations....

Jeremy Birch.

In brief: money laundering offences in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - June 26 2020 A look at the key elements of criminal money laundering offences in Hong Kong, including qualifying assets and transactions, predicate offences, defences and sanctions....

Jeremy Birch.