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Foreign exchange - Hong Kong court orders winding up of listco already wound up in Cayman Islands

In another blow to the concept of "soft touch" provisional liquidation, the Court of First Instance has granted an ancillary winding up order against a Hong Kong listed company...


Squaring the circle - managing conflicts in the Australian GP-led secondaries market

The GP-led secondaries market is relatively new to Australia but recent transactions show the trend is here to stay. Continuation Funds avoid the need for forced exits from Funds and help...


A right to be heard – Hong Kong court says it need only be "reasonable"

Parties to an arbitration only need to be given a "reasonable" opportunity to present their case and to address the cases of their opponents under the Hong Kong Arbitration...


UK FCA portfolio letter to payments firms: compliance with safeguarding is ‘top priority’

The FCA has published a Portfolio letter setting out its priorities for payments and e-money firms amidst tightening economic conditions and the cost-of-living crisis. Among the three...


UK FCA final mortgage support guidance for firms assisting borrowers during cost of living crisis

The FCA has published its finalised guidance (FG23/2) for firms supporting their existing mortgage borrowers impacted by the rising cost of living. The FCA reiterates that the guidance...


Global Payments Newsletter, February/March 2023

Key developments of interest over the last two months include: the Central Bank of Ireland publishing a Dear CEO letter to the payments industry; the Bank of England and HM Treasury...


Parallel lines – Hong Kong Airlines undergoes English and Hong Kong restructuring

Hong Kong’s last remaining independent airline carrier, Hong Kong Airlines Limited has undergone a significant debt restructuring. In parallel proceedings (a restructuring plan in the ...


UK Consumer Duty: FCA publishes third set of portfolio letters to help firms with implementation

On 3 March 2023, the FCA published its third batch of portfolio letters setting out its expectations for firms implementing the Consumer Duty. We covered the previous two sets of letters in ...


Hong Kong Corporate & Regulatory Insights – February 2023 complement

Hogan Lovells' Hong Kong Corporate & Regulatory Insights February 2023 edition is published today to keep you abreast of the recent legal and regulatory developments in the Hong...

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