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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 7 Jun 2022

Asia-Pacific: key updates for the financial services sector (31 May – 6 Jun)

Singapore imposes additional cybersecurity measures for banks, China increases supervision of intermediaries in its stock-listing process, and Australia announces new financial reporting requirements – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 1 Feb 2022

CBDCs: how close are central banks to adoption?

How to make CBDCs more user-friendly, secure, and internationally aligned, are some of the focal areas as central banks around the world explore issuing digital currencies.
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Lexology PRO | China | 4 May 2021

China orders online platforms to remedy fintech conduct

China’s central bank has told 13 of the country’s largest technology companies to strengthen antitrust compliance within their financial services arms, as the country’s big tech crackdown shows no signs of slowing down.
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Greenberg Traurig LLP | China | 9 Jul 2020

China Newsletter | Spring 2020 / Issue No. 46

China’s new Foreign Investment Law formally took effect on Jan. 1. 2020. Prior to the Foreign Investment Law’s effective date, several related…
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PRO Compliance | France | 28 Jan 2020

Paris prosecutors sign tax evasion DPA with Bank of China

Prosecutors in Paris have finalised a €3.9 million settlement with the Bank of China to resolve allegations the bank enabled customers to move millions of euros out of Europe without paying taxes.
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King & Wood Mallesons | China | 27 Feb 2019

Direct Bank: Opportunities and Challenges

At the beginning of the Chinese New Year, the People's Bank of China (the "PBOC") issued an order (PBOC Order [2019] No.1) and a notice (Notice on…
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Jingtian & Gongcheng | China | 22 Jan 2019

FX margin trading prohibited

The State Administration of Foreign Exchange recently found 600 websites guilty of illegally providing foreign exchange (FX) margin trading services. The high yields associated with such high-risk investments have led many countries to introduce strict regulations. In China, the financial regulatory authorities have clarified that no legal institutions can conduct FX margin trading business......
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AnJie Law Firm | China | 11 Jan 2019

How to Invest in China’s NPLS -- a Legal Review

As China's economic growth slows down, non-performing loans ("NPLs") continues to rise. According to the regulatory indicators…
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Troutman Pepper | Hong Kong, USA | 9 Jan 2019

Depository Financial Institution Liability: Tough Lessons Learned About Fraudulent Electronic Funds Transfers

A federal district court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently issued a prescient opinion upholding traditional contract principles in this…
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AFD China Intellectual Property Law Office | China | 19 Dec 2018

Newsletter December, 2018

The draft amendment to the Patent Law of China was approved at a State Council executive meeting this month, presided over by Premier…
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