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Choosing the right exchange to IPO is a strategic move

By Yang Ke and Piao Yu, Tian Yuan Law Firm; William Ji, William Ji & Co

When setting up a new JV is material asset reorganisation

By Zheng Xiao and Yin Wen, Grandway Law Offices

Precise ambiguity: Legal liability for securities lawyers

By Zhu Rui and He Shengtong, Grandway Law Offices

Risk of liability for satisfaction of buyer in asset acquisition

By Huang Ling and Du Kaiyan, Grandway Law Offices

What the Star Market has changed

By The Securities team of Shu Jin Law Firm
It provides a brief introduction to a few significantly influential innovative arrangements made by the Star Market

Ten questions about ‘dismantling the red chips structure’

By Xu Jingke and Fan Jianhong, Dentons
Should a company dismantle the structure or not? If so, how? What are the important issues to consider during the process?

Paths of domestic enterprises listing in Hong Kong

By Wang Bo and Chen Rui, Commerce & Finance Law Offices
Since the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (HKEX), the preferred place for overseas listing of PRC domestic enterprises, revised the listing rules for the Main Board in 2018 and added three chapters such as Chapter 18A, more than 200 domestic enterprises have completed a Main Board listing on the HKEX

Surfing boards

What is the best listing venue for homecoming Chinese stocks?

Cayman privatizations back in vogue

By David Lamb, Conyers Dill & Pearman
Privatizations of public companies incorporated in the Cayman Islands and listed on a major stock exchange are in vogue again for a variety of reasons, financial and regulatory

The stock appreciation rights incentive for listed national companies

By Wang Feng and Ying Zhi, Grandway Law Offices

Chinese take-privates: End of a US affair?

By Matt Roberts, Maples Group
In certain instances, the founders and management of public companies may consider a privatization or “take-private” deal, whereby the company is taken private by becoming a private Cayman Islands company and, as a result, delists from these US securities exchanges.

Gains and losses during transition periods in M&A

By Gong Ruozhou, Grandway Law Offices

Constructing pre-emptive rights to new projects

By Pan Jieda, Grandway Law Firm

Corporate control contests for listed companies

By Liang Zhendong, Grandway Law Offices

Grand design

What legal services will Greater Bay Area require?

Disclosure of VIE structures in listco restructurings

By Tang Shi and Meng Wenxiang, Grandway Law Offices

Tipping the balance

Is it time for India to embrace dual-class shares?

Focus on STIB regulations on equity incentives

By Wang Yan, Grandway Law Offices

Enter the dragon

Reform of Hong Kong listing rules welcomes new economy companies

Snapshot of Shanghai-London Stock Connect

By Willow Wei and Hanqi Wang, Dentons

Effect of related-party M&A provision on red-chip listing

By Jason Cheng, Wang Yuhui, Dentons

Nature of perpetual bonds

How much do you really know about perpetual bonds?

Weighted voting right system for listings in Hong Kong

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Compliance issues for domestic enterprises listing in Hong Kong

By Shen Cheng and Chen Wei, AllBright Law Offices

Investor protection in funds with project-based return distribution model

By Jiang Fengtao and Yuan Shuyang, Hengdu Law Firm

Securitization of PE fund shares: demands and obstacles

By Jiang Fengtao and Yuan Shuyang, Hengdu Law Firm

Bull run?

A suitable regulatory environment and positive investor sentiment allowed IPOs to flourish this year

Shot in the arm for ‘Bharat’

Bharat 22 ETF: A look at what the deal entailed for its legal advisors

IPO review highlights for NEEQ-listed companies

By Jiang Fengtao, Zhou Rong, Hengdu Law Firm

Highlights of legal services for share placement on the NEEQ

By Jiang Fengtao and Si Rui, Hengdu Law Firm

IPO approvals with ‘three types of shareholders’

By Jiang Fengtao and Zhou Rong, Hengdu Law Firm

New rules for refinancing by listed companies

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

Legal risks with land transfer revenues in PPPs

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

Listing of New Third Board companies on ChiNext

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

Examining market-oriented debt-for-equity swaps

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

New restructuring rules for backdoor listings

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

Anti-takeover clauses in AOA: where is the red line?

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

Legal effect of minimum guarantee undertaking

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bing, Hengdu Law Firm

What do new NEEQ rules mean for PE managers?

By Jiang Fengtao, Hengdu Law Firm

Regulation of private placements by issuers

By Jiang Fengtao and Liu Bin, Hengdu Law Offices

Dissemination board: Liquidity at all costs!

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Investment through IPO in township business company

By Yogesh Chande and Bhavin Gada, Economic Laws Practice

Proposals to strengthen the clearing corporations

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Whipping tipping: ‘Tippee’ now liable as insider trader

By Suhail Nathani and Malek-ul-Ashtar Shipchandler, Economic Laws Practice

Rewarding whistleblowers: Arguments for and against

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Grossly deceiving receipts: fraud found in GDR

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Too fat, too fast: Dilemma posed by erroneous trades

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Watchdog’s power to seek call data records affirmed

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Regulation desperately needed for peer-to-peer lending

By Tian Lei, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

New ChiNext rules provide answers for old grievances

By Yao Zhengwang, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Does the listing agreement require disclosure of a raid?

By Yogesh Chande and Manendra Singh, Economic Laws Practice

Fund-raising: Turbulence for private equity investors

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Requirements and procedures for listings on the new third board

By Xiao Zhigang, Zhen Qinggui, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Bagging huge orders seen as ‘price sensitive information’

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Cases disclose penalties for common business practices

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Recordal work for private funds begins under CSRC oversight

By Wang Wei, Zheng Qinggui, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

New Third Board forms stable base for multi-level capital market

By Yao Zhengwang, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Development of industry investment funds needs careful nurturing

By Cheng Haiqun and Hong Yifang, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Some tips for guarding against legal risks in commercial factoring

By Zhen Qinggui and Zou Wen, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Brush up on the new conditions before trying to list on the NEEQ

By Fang Dengfa and Song Wen, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Pilot launch for small and medium-sized enterprise bond placements

By Zhen Qinggui, Zhang Liang, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Rewiring the markets

Bourses power up regulation

Proposals could improve SEBI consent order rules

By Puja Sondhi and Ramanuj Gopalan, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

QFIs: A welcome move by SEBI for foreign investors

By Chirayu Chandani, Khaitan & Co

Life insurance companies get rules for public offers

By Anshuman Sakle, Khaitan & Co

Green shoe option reduces post-listing price volatility

By Ashwinee Oturkar, Khaitan & Co

Restrictions on transfer of shares after listing

By Ridhi Desai, Khaitan & Co

Testing the waters with SME listings

By Madhur Kohli, Khaitan & Co

TRAC recommendations are finally on track

By Arindam Ghosh and Moin Ladha, Khaitan & Co

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