Market Existential | Charltons
Julia Charlton and various invited guests speak about investment opportunities in many countries, and in China and Hong Kong in particular. Podcast offers you information about history of economics science and up-to-date changes in law system. Our podcast is divided in two categories: Legally Speaking and Market Debate. Under the 'Legally speaking' category we publish speakers performance on one subject and under the 'Market debate' we publish conversations with our guests.
HKEX’s New Listing Regime for Overseas Issuers | Legally Speaking
Julia Charlton presents a summary on Hong Kong Stock Exchange HKEX’s new listing regime for overseas issuers. This podcast provides a detailed explanation of the new listing regime for overseas companies. The revised Hong Kong Stock Exchange HKEX Listing Rules simplified and streamlined the listing regime for Overseas Issuers. The new regime created opportunities for China Chinese “homecoming” stock secondary listings on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange HKEX. China Chinese businesses with primary listings in New York or London are now able to secondary list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange or HKEX Main Board. The amendments follow the publication of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange HKEX Consultation Conclusions on Listing Regime for Overseas Issuers which adopted the proposals set out in Hong Kong Stock Exchange HKEX Consultation Paper on Listing Regime for Overseas Issuers.
May 16, 2022
HKEX’s Proposed Listing Rule Changes for Listed Company Share Schemes | Legally speaking
Julia Charlton presents a podcast on Hong Kong Stock Exchange or HKEX’s proposed Listing Rule changes for listed company share schemes. The podcast explained Hong Kong Stock Exchange or HKEX Listing Rule amendments with reference to the existing regime and the position in other jurisdictions. HKEX issued Hong Kong Stock Exchange or HKEX Consultation Paper on Proposed Amendments to Listing Rules Relating to Share Schemes of Listed Issuers on 29 October 2021 and the consultation period ended on 31 December 2021.
May 13, 2022
What to expect from the Chinese economy in 2022 | Legally Speaking
China’s economic performance for the year 2021 was marked with strong economic growth of 8.1%, as well as several new initiatives and policies aimed to bring about dynamic changes in the country’s economic outlook for the new decade. Listen to our podcast on regulatory background to the Chinese economy with Julia Charlton as she provides an incisive and full overview of all the news and key regulatory trends in the Chinese economy to look out for!
April 04, 2022
STOs in Hong Kong | Legally Speaking
This podcast starts with a background to security tokens and comparison between security token offerings (STOs) and initial coin offerings (ICOs). A security token is a digital or virtual asset issued on distributed ledger technology (DLT) in the form of a security. Examples include the tokenised shares issued by NYSE or NASDAQ-listed Tesla (TSLA), Coinbase (COIN), Gamestop (GME) and Apple (AAPL) which can be traded on FTX and Binance. Securities tokens can also represent other traditional forms of investment products, as well as “utility” or “network” token (e.g. Munchee token).
April 01, 2022
SFC Conclusions on Proposed Code of Conduct on Bookbuilding and Placing Activities | Legally Speaking
This podcast covers the SFC Consultation Conclusions on Proposed Code of Conduct on Bookbuilding and Placing Activities and Proposal on Sponsor Coupling
March 28, 2022
Cryptocurrency funds and virtual assets in Hong Kong and Cayman | Legally Speaking
Stuarts and Charltons podcast on Cryptocurrency funds and virtual assets in Hong Kong and Cayman. The podcast covers Fund entities that can be used for cryptocurrency funds, Marketing and managing funds in Hong Kong, Cryptocurrency regulations in Hong Kong and the Cayman Islands, Virtual asset service providers in Hong Kong, The future of digital assets in Hong Kong and the Cayman Islands
March 21, 2022
The HKEX new listing regime for SPACs | Legally Speaking
The podcast started with the regulatory framework and recent developments in Hong Kong in relation to SPACs. The HKEX’s new listing regime allowing SPACs to list on the Main Board of the HKEX came into effect on 1 January 2022 under amendments to the HKEX Listing Rules, including a new Chapter 18B on SPAC listings. The HKEX also issued a new Guidance Letter 113-22 on Special Purpose Acquisition Companies. As of 18 February 2022, six SPACs have applied to list under the new Chapter 18B.
March 14, 2022