Yam, who retired as head of Hong Kong's de facto central bank three years ago, was speaking in his private capacity as a professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
China’s government-controlled banks, which were transformed from almost-insolvent institutions with spiraling defaults into profitable firms with the help of more than $650 billion in bailouts, had promised to improve internal controls to root out f
The HKMA will study the two reports carefully.As market conditions and public expectation on investor protection will continue to evolve over time, the HKMA will regularly review and, as and when appropriate, introduce further measures to enhance the regu
A Bangkok Court today convicted Rakesh Saxena, the former adviser to the Bangkok Bank of Commerce (BBC), and sentenced him for violating the Securities and Exchange Act.
Asia’s powerhouse law firm, King & Wood Mallesons, has announced the recruitment of three senior lawyers to its Beijing office. The hires reinforce the firm’s Energy & Resources capability, a pillar of the strategy that underpinned the
He obtained his LL.B. from Buckingham University and LL.M. from King’s College, University of London and is a Senior Fellow at The University of Hong Kong. He is qualified to practice law in Hong Kong and England & Wales.
Hontex International Holdings Co. sought to halt a lawsuit seeking compensation for investors who, Hong Kong’s securities regulator said, were misled by the Chinese fabric maker in its listing prospectus.
The rule, if it goes ahead, could scupper a $7.3 billion bid by Singapore's DBS Group Holdings for Indonesia's Bank Danamon.