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Tom Atkinson has secured second term as executive director of enforcement at Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission despite concerns that China would derail his leadership challenge.
07 May 2019
Lawyers say that the government’s proposed amendment to change Hong Kong’s extradition laws to allow suspects to be handed over to mainland China raises fundamental concerns due to shortcomings in China’s legal system.
26 March 2019
Lawyers said the ruling also confirms that individuals and companies have a right against self-incrimination when responding to a notice that compels them to produce information.
25 February 2019
Maria Sit has joined Dechert’s Hong Kong office to help build the firm’s dispute resolution capabilities in Asia.
21 February 2019
12 February 2019
Happy New Year from the team at GIR! A round up of news developments from the past two weeks, including enforcement actions against JPMorgan Chase and Total.
02 January 2019
Six partners from Reed Smith Richards Butler will join Minter Ellison’s Hong Kong office as partners on 1 January 2019.
26 November 2018
The once fruitful line of US-led foreign bribery work appears to be drying up in East Asia as lawyers report a significant drop off in cases and companies increasingly attempt to sidestep US bribery probes.
20 November 2018
Banks’ fear of Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission has faded over recent years as the authority has shifted its focus away from financial institutions, according to a former SFC executive director of enforcement.
02 November 2018
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