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HKMA reminds registered institutions of their Internal Investigation Disclosure Obligation

Hong Kong - June 6 2019 The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has issued a circular to registered institutions (RIs) in relation to the frequently-asked questions (FAQs)...

Natalie Curtis, Isabelle Lamberton, Hannah Cassidy, William Hallatt.

Compliance Check: China - changes to how employers handle personal data

China - April 29 2019 The Chinese Cybersecurity Law (CSL) introduced in 2017 is the nation’s first comprehensive privacy and security regulation for cyberspace, setting...

Gareth Thomas.

South Korea: Changes to workplace bullying and harassment legislation

South Korea - April 29 2019 The South Korean National Assembly recently passed legislation requiring employers to tackle workplace bullying and harassment. The amendments to the...

Rebecca Lim, Gareth Thomas, Fatim Jumabhoy.

Hong Kong: Recovering money from delinquent employees

Hong Kong - April 29 2019 Employers can suffer significant financial and reputational damage from the actions of their employees. While dismissal with or without notice is the...

Gareth Thomas.

Philippines: Working from home enshrined in legislation

Philippines - April 29 2019 On 20 December 2018 the Filipino President Duterte signed off on the Telecommuting Act, Republic Act No. 11165 (the Act), which has been informally...

Rebecca Lim, Gareth Thomas, Fatim Jumabhoy.