ACRU 2013 review – A guide to regulatory thinking

ACRU 2013 review – A guide to regulatory thinking

If your first contact with Hong Kong’s market regulators is a knock on the door from an investigation team, your engagement with them is already too late. Whether you think of them as shining white knights protecting Hong Kong’s market or, as one regulator...
ACRU 2013 review – Getting the FAQs right

ACRU 2013 review – Getting the FAQs right

Rules, conceded Charles Grieve, Senior Director of Corporate Finance, Securities and Futures Commission, at this year’s Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update (ACRU) seminar, will always be a fairly blunt instrument with which to encourage better corporate...
Psychometric testing in the selection process

Psychometric testing in the selection process

Statistics show that approximately one-third of hiring decisions are regretted. Alarmingly, these hiring mistakes can cost a company up to three times that employee’s annual salary. Therefore, it is no surprise that in addition to the traditional methods of...
Corporate insolvency consultation

Corporate insolvency consultation

The government is currently consulting on its latest proposals to reform Hong Kong’s corporate insolvency and winding-up regime. CSj interviewed the Financial Services and Treasury Bureau about the aims of these reform proposals. W hat are the aims of the new...

Ask The Expert July 2013

Q: When do you expect to see an RMB IPO in Hong Kong? A: There are two types of RMB IPO: 1. Dual tranche dual counter (DTDC) An issuer offers both RMB-traded shares and HKD- traded shares during the IPO, investors paying in RMB are allotted RMB-traded shares,...
CSj July 2013 (pdf version)

CSj July 2013 (pdf version)

Compliance update – ACRU 2013 review. Click the cover image below to view or download a pdf of the full...