Courses

  • #Metoo: Sex Harassment & Discrimination Law in Hong Kong

    The #Metoo movement has highlighted the widespread prevalence of sexual harassment and discrimination. Individuals in all professions seem to be affected. Despite regulatory protections discrimination and discriminatory employment practices remain a problem in Hong Kong. The following course will provide information on the anti-discrimination laws in Hong Kong as well as the relevant enforcement bodies and suggestions for employers and businesses to ensure compliance and help to eliminate discrimination in the workplace.

    23 Oct, 2018

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  • #Metoo: Sex Harassment & Discrimination Law in Hong Kong

    The #Metoo movement has highlighted the widespread prevalence of sexual harassment and discrimination. Individuals in all professions seem to be affected. Despite regulatory protections discrimination and discriminatory employment practices remain a problem in Hong Kong. The following course will provide information on the anti-discrimination laws in Hong Kong as well as the relevant enforcement bodies and suggestions for employers and businesses to ensure compliance and help to eliminate discrimination in the workplace.

    10 Dec, 2019

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  • (Face to Face & Zoom) Connected Transactions Listing Rules: Chapter 14A

    The purpose of Chapter 14A is to ensure that interests of shareholders as a whole are taken into account by a listed issuer when the listed issuer’s group enters into transactions with connected persons.  Conflict of interests will or may arise so it is important to ensure a timely disclosure of relevant information to all shareholders, so that the public and investors are kept fully informed of any information necessary for them to appraise the position of the listed issuer.  This course will provide an in-depth and detailed analysis of the current requirements of Chapter 14A of the Listing Rules by way of flowcharts and examples.

    30 May, 2020

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  • (Face to Face & Zoom) Disclosure of Interests: Part XV of the SFO

    Although the Disclosure of Interest regime under the SFO has been in place for over 16 years, it is still a minefield for many, in particular for those substantial shareholders, directors, chief executives who are required by law to disclose their interests in a listed company and secretaries, financial controllers or legal counsels who may have to assist in preparing these forms. This course will give a comprehensive overview of the current disclosure of interests regime under the SFO, concentrating on the requirements for directors and shareholders of listed companies.

    22 May, 2020

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