The HKMA is encouraging banks to adopt a sympathetic stance to customers facing coronavirus-related difficulties and to consider offering relief on debt repayment and fees.
The analyst traded stocks covered in research reports he prepared through his father's securities trading account held at another brokerage.
Hong Kong private equity firms should reassess whether they have complied with licensing requirements in light of new guidance from the SFC, says Dechert partner Michael Wong.
Listed companies experiencing difficulties publishing results or audited financial statements due to coronavirus-related travel and other restrictions may be granted relief.
In the initial stage, HKEX has applied artificial intelligence to identify listed companies’ disclosures as required by some selected rules.
S&P Global Ratings says the new coronavirus outbreak will add to the challenges Hong Kong banks already face amid social unrest, US-China trade tensions, and China's economic slowdown.
Hong Kong's stock exchange is proposing to allow eligible corporate entities to hold weighted voting rights in listed companies, subject to appropriate safeguards.
While Hong Kong and Korea are scheduled to undergo the assessment, as required every five years, the Philippines has voluntarily requested its assessment.
Sponsored by Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan Securities, the listing of Chinese biotech firm Akeso was rejected due to a typo in the date in a listing application document.
The HKICPA has met with HKEX to propose extending a 31 March filing deadline for China-based companies listed in Hong Kong affected by coronavirus-related travelling restrictions.