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Submissions and Reports

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2020/09/30Consultation Paper on Proposals to Introduce a Paperless Listing & Subscription Regime, Online Display of Documents and Reduction of the Types of Documents on Display
The Chamber supports the HKEX’s proposals to go paperless although, in the process of doing so, consideration should be given to maintaining paper-based options so that some degree of flexibility is provided to the investing public.
2020/09/18Consultation Paper on the proposed application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods to the HKSAR
The Chamber welcomes measures which are conducive to the development of international trade such as the proposal to apply the UN Convention on CISG to Hong Kong. While there are apparent benefits of doing so, a proper cost-benefit analysis should be conducted to better assess the impact this may have on the Hong Kong business community and our status as a leading international trading centre.
2020/09/17Follow-up Submission on Proposed Companies (Corporate Rescue) Bill
The Chamber has made a follow-up response to the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau based on the latest draft of the Companies (Corporate Rescue) Bill. The response provides further suggestions on the appointment of a provisional supervisor during the corporate rescue procedure and reiterates points made in the Chamber’s earlier submission.
2020/08/07Submission on Companies (Corporate Rescue) Bill Proposals
In response to the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau’s invitation, the Chamber has submitted its views on the Government’s latest proposals to introduce a statutory corporate rescue procedure and insolvent provisions in Hong Kong. The Chamber believe there is a pressing need to provide companies in financial difficulties with an alternative to liquidation especially under the sustained difficulties that Hong Kong has been experiencing since the middle of last year.
2020/04/29Consultation Paper on Corporate Weighted Voting Rights Beneficiaries
The Chamber welcomes the opportunity to comment on the HKEX’s proposed introduction of corporate WVR structures. Prior to committing our support for this proposal, we recommend that the HKEx provide further elaboration on the necessity for establishing such a regime as well as the effectiveness of investor safeguards raised in the consultation paper.
2019/09/26Consultation Paper on the Codification of General Waivers and Principles Relating to IPOs and Listed Issuers and Minor Rule Amendments
The Chamber has expressed reservations over the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited’s proposed relaxation of existing requirements on listed companies regarding the appointment of company secretaries.
2019/07/19Consultation Paper on Review of the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Reporting Guide and Related Listing Rules
The Chamber welcomes the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited‘s efforts to improve the quality of ESG reporting through this consultation exercise. We believe that such enhancements should be supplemented by further investments in education and training to promote better understanding of the intentions behind and benefits of ESG reporting .
2019/04/02Trade Marks (Amendment) Bill 2019
The Chamber supports the updating of Hong Kong’s laws to allow the implementation of the Madrid Protocol domestically.
2019/03/29Consultation Paper 2 on 2018 Draft Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
The Chamber has called for clarification of a few matters outstanding from the last round of consultation in 2016. The Chamber has also suggested that instead of a selective approach, all antitrust (competition) matters should be excluded from the Convention.
2019/03/05Law Reform Commission's Consultation Paper on Archives Law
The Chamber supports the proposal to introduce legislation on the management of government information subject to a number of conditions. These include clarification on the definition of “public interest” where an application for exemption under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance is made, and that the proposed Law be applicable to all government and public bodies rather than on a selective basis.
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