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Hogan Lovells advised on three Hong Kong Main Board IPOs: Tai Hing, ManpowerGroup Greater China, and S.A.I. Leisure

Hong Kong, 22 July 2019 - In the past month Hogan Lovells has advised in relation to the Hong Kong IPOs of three companies, Tai Hing Group Holdings Limited ("Tai Hing"), ManpowerGroup...

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What does the Foreign Investment Law mean for China’s reform and opening up?

Andrew McGinty was interviewed by 21st Century Business Herald, a leading Chinese business news publication, about the impact of China’s foreign investment law (FIL) on the...

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Hogan Lovells advises Tricor Group on acquisition of Richful Deyong Group

A cross-border team from our Hong Kong and Shanghai offices has advised Tricor Group, Asia's leading global corporate services provider and a portfolio company of private equity firm...

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China could see further policy restrictions on inbound acquisitions following tightened review

Sherry Gong spoke to South China Morning Post about the expanded remit of China’s National Development and Reform Commission and the implications for foreign investments.

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Hogan Lovells appoints new Board members in 2019

Hogan Lovells has elected four partners to serve on its Board – Owen Chan, Karen Hughes, Richard Lorenzo, and Phoebe Wilkinson.

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Considerations for Asian private banks on post-GDPR jurisdictional data protection laws

Mark Parsons was interviewed by Asian Private Banker.

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Why Are International Law Firms Hiring More Regulatory Lawyers in Hong Kong

Mark Lin was quoted by LegalWeek as saying the new listing rules could potentially bring more regulatory work ahead from some issuers.

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A view on PBOC's statement on China's new FinTech regulations

Andrew McGinty was recently interviewed by PaymentsCompliance on a statement issued by the People’s Bank of China announcing the creation of new FinTech regulations.

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