William Hallatt

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

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Q2 l 2020

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Hong Kong Monetary Authority consults on proposed code to enhance regulation and supervision of trust business in banking sector

Hong Kong - August 4 2020 The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) recently launched a consultation on proposals to enhance the regulation and supervision of trust business in…

Hannah Cassidy, Becky Chung, Natalie Curtis, Richard Norridge, Valerie Tao

Hong Kong Monetary Authority announces LIBOR transition milestones and provides guidance on prudential issues

Hong Kong - July 31 2020 The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has issued a circular to announce the key milestones that authorised institutions (AIs) should endeavour to…

Alexander Aitken, Hannah Cassidy, Natalie Curtis, Valerie Tao

Sustainable finance in Hong Kong: HKMA shares initial thinking on supervisory approach and range of practices by banks

Hong Kong - July 29 2020 The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has recently published its White Paper on Green and Sustainable Banking, as well as a circular to share a…

Jeremy Birch, Hannah Cassidy

Hong Kong Monetary Authority announces LIBOR transition milestones and provides guidance on prudential issues

Hong Kong - July 24 2020 The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has issued a circular to announce the key milestones that authorised institutions (AIs) should endeavour to…

Alexander Aitken, Hannah Cassidy, Natalie Curtis, Valerie Tao

FSB Report: Supervisory issues associated with benchmark transition: major LIBOR transition risks

Global - July 17 2020 The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has published its long-awaited report to the G20 on supervisory issues related to LIBOR transition. It follows a…

Nick May, Hannah Cassidy, Natalie Curtis, Harry Edwards, Rupert Lewis, Ceri Morgan