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Bulls, bears and big moves

What trends are being observed in the region’s capital market strongholds, and what regulations are helping drive them?

Shuffling the deck

Enhanced regulations and China/US decoupling challenge China’s private equity, reshuffling the industry amid bleak prospects

Shuffling the PE deck

Under a harsh winter of exits, senior private equity legal practitioners discuss how to adapt to a maturing regulatory framework and fresh game rules dominated by state-background players

The sunny future of carbon financing

By Chen Sheng and Li Mingyue, Tian Yuan Law Firm

Challenges facing PE funds in buyout investments

By Xiao Fei and Li Wen, Guantao Law Firm

Reduction rules for VCFs in the capital market

By Michelle Lu, Brightstone Lawyers

Chinese law firms make inroads on drafting prospectuses

In the last two months of 2023, at least three Chinese law firms have been writing prospectuses for IPOs in Hong Kong

Securities litigation risks and liabilities for continuous supervisors

By Li Amin and Cai Xiaoyu, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Analysing new rules for managing private investment funds

By Jenny Gu and Zoey Peng, Brightstone Lawyers

A regional comparison of real estate markets: China

By Hao Han and Shi Yi, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Power moves

Partners at Chinese and international law firms analyse changes under the new registration-based listing regime as the momentum shifts on going public

Filing rules, main focuses for overseas listing

By Wang Bo and Peng Caixia, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Quartet acts for China’s first group of REIT expansions

Haiwen & Partners, Han Kun Law Offices, King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) and Zhong Lun Law Firm counselled China’s initial set of four infrastructure real estate investment trust (REIT) expansion projects

Queries arise over intermediaries after Star Market’s first delistings

The first compulsory delisting of stocks due to fraudulent IPOs and disclosure violations on the Star Market in Shanghai raises questions on the intermediaries’ role as capital markets gatekeepers

Force of nature

With rapidly escalating ESG awareness and evolving policies, China is embracing a robust wave of green investment

New rules pave path for Chinese companies to revive offshore IPOs

Chinese companies now have a clearer idea of whether they can list overseas when new China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) rules take effect from 31 March 2023

A comparison of capital markets regulations: China

By Zhu Ning, Xu Guangzhe, and Lin Min, Chance Bridge Law Firm

Huaxin Cement’s solution to legacy B-share issue

By Ma Yunyan and Shi Zhiheng, Shu Jin Law Firm

Opportunities and challenges of affordable rental REITs

By Su Xianghui and Gao Huanzhang, DOCVIT Law Firm

Risk disposal, market exit of group finance companies

By Wang Zhenxiang, Jingtian & Gongcheng

Fangda powers up capital market and IP practices in Shanghai, Shenzhen

A former Fangda Partners lawyer has rejoined the firm to boost the capital markets business, while another appointment aims to  enhance its intellectual property practice

Trader protection under Futures and Derivatives Law

By Guo Zhongqing, AllBright Law Offices

Shifting tide of audit compliance for US listings

By Willow Wei, Dentons China

A number of Chinese companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange recently issued announcements of delisting

Insider trading

This column discusses recent empirical research published by the author and Dr Zhang Yang of Wuhan University School of Law on insider trading administrative enforcement by the CSRC for the two decades between 1999 and 2019

Markets of choice

Chinese companies are finding both challenges and opportunities amid shakeups in capital markets at home and abroad

Avoiding risks to listing success from R&D co-operation

By Liu Tao and Huang Qingfeng, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Tech companies must beware of unwanted side effects from these co-operation agreements – ones that may even plague any eventual IPO

Laura Cha re-elected as HKEX chair

Laura Cha Shih May-lung will continue her role as HKEX chair for two more years after being re-elected to the post she has held since 2018

Zhong Lun ushers in first backdoor listing on SSE

The first backdoor listing on the Growth Enterprises Market of Shenzhen Stock Exchange since changes in the rules on reverse takeovers saw Zhong Lun Law firm advising

S fund development in China provides exits

By Echo Liu, Grandway Law Offices

Little to fear in Chinese regulator’s handling of US move

A consultation document released by China’s securities watchdog potentially removes a key hurdle for US regulators to gain full access to the auditing reports of Chinese companies listed in New York

Deal highlights

Aquila Acquisition Corporation became the first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) to list in Hong Kong

NIO plugs into HKEX without fundraising

Electric vehicle manufacturer NIO successfully listed on the main board of the HKEX by way of introduction with shares beginning trading on March 10

Han Kun advises on REIT bonanza

China’s first REIT public offering this year and the biggest transaction volume so far raised RMB9.4 billion (USD1.42 billion) with partners from Han Kun Law offices advising

Analysis of equity-debt structures of quasi-REITs

By Mathew Ching and Chen Jiahui, Jingtian & Gongcheng

Audit committee overhaul under new listco rules

By Wang Yuanyuan, Grandway Law Offices

Priced to please

By Luna Jin

While several practice areas have been particularly active this year, Chinese law firms are actively optimising their billing arrangements to meet the rising demand for high-quality services in a legal market where fee structures are still dominated by businesses

Must creditors review external guarantee disclosures?

By Yao Xiaomin and Xue Yuan, Lantai Partners

Open sesame

M&A

Star struck

Star upgrades innovation attribute assessment system

By Daniel Liu, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Disclosure of VIE structures in listco restructurings

By Tang Shi and Meng Wenxiang, Grandway Law Offices

Share-based payment issues and equity incentives under STIB

By He Yu and Chen Shuo, AnJie Law Firm

Comparison of STIB System and GEB System

By Liu Tao and Huang Qingfeng, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Legal practice in listed companies’ overseas M&A

By Wang Guan and Meng Wenxiang, Grandway Law Offices

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A look back at the chief geopolitical and economic trends that had a fallout on Asia’s legal world

Reduction rules for VCFs in the capital market, Michelle Lu

Reduction rules for VCFs in the capital market

By Michelle Lu, Brightstone Lawyers

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Bulls, bears and big moves

RBI on SRO

RBI may be learning to trust SROs

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal
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A comparison of healthtech regulatory issues in North Asia: Korea

By Sung-Tae Kim, Hyun Wook Kim, Youngsik Byun and Minyoung Park, Shin & Kim

Correspondents

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Ensuring liquidation preference to protect investor rights

By Parag Bhide and Mitali Kshatriya, Bharucha & Partners
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Literal or liberal interpretation in extending arbitration

By Sudeshna Guha Roy and Ayush Chaturvedi, Bharucha and Partners
China’s export control system

China’s export control system and tips for compliance

By Qiu Mengyun and Han Xiaoxi, AllBright Law Offices
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Arbitrator still in place despite unilaterally adjusting fees

By Sneha Jaisingh and Zashank Mehta, Bharucha & Partners

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