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13 April 2017 by
As a fertile ground for startups, Singapore wants to make sure that it is retaining its homegrown companies to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) while attracting more IPOs from countries like China by offering the option of a dual class share system.
12 April 2017 by
Insurance companies are bracing themselves for disruption in their industry by investing in insurtech startups. In Asia, Singapore and Hong Kong are leading hubs for insurtech. Companies such as FWD and MetLife have made investments in insurtech solutions and innovation hubs. The growing focus on the sector means that investors and startups have to start grasping the legal issues for this burgeoning sector, including regulatory, data privacy and IP.
06 April 2017 by
In the second installment of Asialaw’s Exceptional Female In-House Counsel interview series, we speak with Sheng, executive director and senior counsel at Goldman Sachs (Asia). She also chairs Women in Law Hong Kong (WILHK).
05 April 2017 by
A high-profile case in the art world has spawned much interest in the circumstances under which a Mareva injunction is granted. This case has also drawn attention to how the newly-constituted Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) may impact upon the issue of whether Singapore is the appropriate forum in matters where there are significant foreign elements, reports Eddee Ng of TKQP
14 March 2017 by
ZICO Law expands in Vietnam and Malaysia
08 March 2017 by
Edith Shih of CK Hutchison Holdings believes that family demands influence what areas of law female lawyers opt for and there is much more Hong Kong can do to support working women.
22 February 2017 by
Singapore hopes new amendments to its companies legislation will boost its standing as an international centre for debt restructuring and insolvency.
10 February 2017 by
In 2020, the cloud computing market in China could be almost four times the size it was only in 2015. Karry Lai reports on how the government is stepping up its regulation of an industry where local and
02 February 2017 by
With OBOR set to generate an increase in important cross-border investment and disputes, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is well-positioned to provide dispute resolution services required in this kind of setting, write Sarah Grimmer, Secretary General and Joe Liu, Managing Counsel, HKIAC.
25 January 2017 by
Hong Kong’s regulations on the insurance industry have undergone considerable change in recent months.