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HKEX’s Consultation on Dual Class Shares Listing

HKEX’s Consultation on Dual Class Shares Listing After the Hong Kong Stock HKEX (HKEX)’s rejection of Alibaba’s listing application because of its dual class share structure (also known as Weighted Voting Rights structure, “WVR”) in 2014, the issue as to whether Hong Kong should admit WVR companies to listing has aroused great controversies. Subsequently, the […]

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New Changes to the Companies Ordinance – Significant Controller Register

February 01, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Company Law Practice in Hong Kong   |   0 Comments

New Changes to the Companies Ordinance – Significant Controller Register From 1 March 2018, companies incorporated in Hong Kong, except listed companies, are required to keep a significant controller register at their registered offices. This article will give a brief introduction of the newly enacted Division 2A, Part 12 of the Companies Ordinance, cap. 622 […]

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A Brief Note on Removal of Directors under Hong Kong law and Australian law

A Brief Note on Removal of Directors under Hong Kong law and Australian law (Author, Mr. Edward Tai, consultant of our firm. Born and educated in Hong Kong, he is a solicitor admitted in Hong Kong, Australia (NSW & SA) and England & Wales. He started off his legal career by practicing as a commercial litigator […]

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Insider Trading Law in Australia and Hong Kong – A Brief Comparison

Insider Trading Law in Australia and Hong Kong – A Brief Comparison   (Author, Mr. Edward Tai, consultant of our firm. Born and educated in Hong Kong, he is a solicitor admitted in Hong Kong, Australia (NSW & SA) and England & Wales. He started off his legal career by practicing as a commercial litigator in […]

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Restoration of Company in Hong Kong – Administrative Restoration

What is administrative restoration? The administrative restoration procedure is a simple and easy way to restore a company that has been struck out by the Registrar of Companies.  By administrative restoration, there is no need to go to court. Common reasons for restoring a company to the register using the administrative restoration procedure include:  that […]

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Restoration of Company by Court Order in Hong Kong

Restoration of Company in Hong Kong Should be Done by Court Order in the following Situation An application to the court to restore a company to the register may be made where a company has been:   struck off the register at the instigation of the Registrar of Companies pursuant to CO ss 746, 747, […]

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Hong Kong Lawyer- How to Restore a De-registered Company in Hong Kong

As a Hong Kong solicitor practicing in the area of corporate law, we often assist client to restore their de-registered company.  Here is a summary of the law and practice. Reasons to  Restore a De-registered company in Hong Kong? The reasons for restoring a company to the register usually  are the following:-   to enable […]

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