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NASDAQ Adopts Rule to Require Disclosure of Third Party Compensation of Directors

Nasdaq has released a new rule, Rule 5250(b)(3), which requires listed companies to disclose the material terms of all agreements and arrangements between entities other than the issuer (“Third Parties”) and directors or...more

Listing Indian Companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

India is now included as an “acceptable jurisdiction” by The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the “HKEx”). The HKEx also published a new “Country Guide – India” (the “India Guide”) relating to India-incorporated issuers....more

"Hong Kong Regulatory Update - June 2016"

This Hong Kong regulatory update provides a brief overview of the principal Hong Kong regulatory developments in the preceding three months relevant to companies listed or proposed to be listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong...more

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Capital Market Authority Amends, Clarifies Listing Rules

Domestic issuers will welcome the amendments as they largely clarify or formalize existing CMA practices. Introduction - Further to the continuous efforts of the Capital Market Authority (the CMA) in the Kingdom of...more

Market Abuse Regime: Overview for Offical List Companies

- INTRODUCTION The Market Abuse Regulation ("MAR") will replace the existing market abuse regime from 3 July 2016. MAR is designed to introduce a common regulatory framework on market abuse across the EU and generally...more

SGX public consultation on listing rules amendments to align with changes to the Companies Act - Electronic transmission of...

After a series of public consultations by the Steering Committee for the Review of the Companies Act, key provisions in the Companies Act (Cap 50) of Singapore (Companies Act) were identified for reform and refinement. The...more

Renewable Alert Letter 25: Introduction of Listed Renewable Energy Funds

Procedures began in April 2016 for the long awaited listing of the first infrastructure fund on the Tokyo Stock Exchange targeted at investments in renewable energy plants and other infrastructure facilities. Among the...more

‘Brexit’ Implications for Listings of Securities on the London Stock Exchange

If Britain decides to leave the European Union as a result of a “Brexit” vote on 23 June 2016, the effect on the UK and EU financial services sectors could be significant; in particular, there could be effects on the London...more

"Acquisitions of Controlling Interests in Hong Kong-Listed Companies Through Primary Issuances"

Acquisitions that result in a change of control of a Hong Kong-listed company — defined as 30 percent or more of the voting power — trigger a mandatory general offer to all shareholders of the company. The Hong Kong...more

Hong Kong Regulatory Update - December 2015

This Hong Kong regulatory update provides a brief overview of the principal Hong Kong regulatory developments in the preceding three months relevant to companies listed or proposed to be listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong...more

The Small IPO

There have been any number of economic analyses demonstrating that the public markets remain inhospitable to smaller IPOs and blog posts (many, ours) lamenting the absence of smaller IPOs. Recently, in preparing for a...more

Hong Kong Regulatory Update

This Hong Kong regulatory update is intended to provide a brief overview of the principal Hong Kong regulatory developments in the preceding three months relevant to companies listed or proposed to be listed on The Stock...more

NYSE Amends Rules for Release of Material News

Changes to Notification Requirements - Notifications During Pre-Market Hours. Currently, Rule 202.06 requires listed companies to notify the NYSE at least 10 minutes before they release material news “shortly before the...more

NYSE Amends Its Notice and Trading Halt Rule

The New York Stock Exchange has amended Section 202.06 of the NYSE Listed Company Manual to: - expand the pre-market hours during which NYSE-listed companies must provide prior notice of material news, - expand the...more

TSX Provides Guidance to Emerging Market Issuers

In recent years, emerging market issuers have faced greater scrutiny by Canadian regulators as a result of questions and concerns about issuers with significant business operations in emerging markets (emerging market...more

Making Foreign Investment In Thailand

The Kingdom of Thailand is a sovereign country (514,000 sq. km) located in South-East Asia bordered by Burma in the north and west; Laos to the north and east; Cambodia to the east; and Malaysia to the south. It has...more

SEC Proposes Rules Mandating Executive Compensation “Clawback” Policies

On July 1, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) proposed new rules that would mandate U.S. stock exchanges to establish and enforce standards requiring listed companies to adopt compensation recovery...more

The SEC’s Unconvincing Case Against Indemnification

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed rules take a hard line against issuers indemnifying executives against clawbacks: We believe that indemnification arrangements may not be used to avoid or nullify the recovery...more

Coming to America – A Guide for FPIs

In this Issue: - The Latham FPI Guide: Accessing the US Capital Markets From Outside the United States - Chapter 1: Background - Chapter 2: Unregistered Global Offerings – Regulation S, Rule 144A and...more

Update on Proposed Listing Standards for Active ETFs

The SEC is considering an amended proposal by NYSE Arca to adopt generic listing standards for actively managed ETFs. On June 5, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued an order (the Order) instituting...more

SEC Requests Comment on NYSE Proposed Rule Changes that Would Allow Most Actively Managed ETFs to Forego the 19b-4 Application...

On March 10, 2015, the SEC published a notice in the Federal Register requesting public comment on a proposed rule change from NYSE Arca, Inc. (“NYSE Arca”) that, if approved, would make it easier for actively managed...more

Preparing for the 2015 AGM and reporting season

As the 2015 AGM and reporting season gets underway, this bulletin gives an overview of the key changes affecting listed companies. Directors' remuneration report The 2015 AGM season will see the second year of...more

UK FCA Policy Statement on Sponsor Competence and Consultations on Joint Sponsors and Sponsor Conflicts

On September 26, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published consultation paper CP14/21, incorporating its policy statement CP14/02 (sponsor competence) and other changes into the Listing Rules and Prospectus Rules....more

A Guide to Listing in Australia

FOREWORD BY AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES EXCHANGE - As at 30 June 2014, the aggregate market capitalisation of the Australian Securities Exchange (“ASX”) was about AUD$1.5 trillion. 1,948 domestic companies accounted for...more

New UK Financial Conduct Authority Delisting Requirements

Changes to FCA Listing Rules increase requirements for delisting a premium listed company with a controlling shareholder. On 1 May 2014, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced changes to Listing Rule 5,...more

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