Compliance and Company Secretarial Practice of Hong Kong Listed Companies

 

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Compliance and Company Secretarial Practice of Hong Kong Listed Companies
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Nov 2014
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Compliance and Company Secretarial Practice of Hong Kong Listed Companies provides a neat and concise guide to all compliance and company secretarial practices that every Hong Kong listed company must abide by. Viewed through a real world scenario setting of a fictitious company, this publication offers both a concise and comprehensive analysis of these explicit guidelines which will help facilitate a wider understanding of corporate secretarial practice.

Several aspects and stages of development of a listed company are examined:
• Fundamental concepts of restructuring a private limited company into a wholly-owned subsidiary of a Cayman Islands company listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange
• Account of the extensive continuing obligations imposed on a listed company and its officers
• Reviews and explains the compliance and secretarial practices
• Examines how a restructuring exercise can help to revive an ailing listed company

Most up-to-date statutory and non-statutory compliances include:
• The New Companies Ordinance (Cap. 622)
• The Securities and Futures Ordinance (Cap. 571)
• The Cayman Companies Law
• The Rules Governing the Listing of securities on the Stock Exchange and the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on the GEM of the Stock Exchange
• The Hong Kong Code on Takeovers and Mergers and Share Buy-backs
• Ongoing or ad hoc compliance and company secretarial practice as required by the Hong Kong Companies Registry

Written by an author team with experience of Company Secretaries and academics:
• Andrew Tsang – Tutor for Corporate Administration/Secretarial Practice at the Open University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Shue Yan University
• Natalie Chan – Tutor for Corporate Administration/Secretarial Practice at the Open University of
Hong Kong