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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.
12 April 2017 by
Anti-corruption is a hot topic of conversation in Thailand because of the reach of extra-territorial law such as America’s Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK’s Bribery Act and the military junta’s focus on the issue.
10 April 2017 by
Allen & Gledhill and Rahmat Lim & Partners launch fintech practice
07 April 2017 by
India’s second and third largest telecommunications operators will merge to create the largest telecom company in India but the regulatory hurdles the deal will have to clear will be tough.
06 April 2017 by
Jiangtao Ma and John Zou, of Dentons, give readers, especially Chinese companies, a brief understanding of the dispute resolution system in China, particularly if they do business with foreign investors
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
30 March 2017 by
The need for financing for renewable energy, coupled with supportive policies, are driving interest in green bonds in India. However, more clarity for issuers on green bond certification and project evaluation are needed to further drive the growth of green bonds.
29 March 2017 by
Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy raises questions about how to resolve cross-border maritime restructuring and insolvency cases and the legal implications for the different organisations in the shipping industry when a bankruptcy occurs.
23 March 2017 by
China’s curbs on capital outflows are being felt in the volume of outbound M&A transactions, but measures should be short term