HKSAR Market Misconduct Tribunal

CFA dismisses appeal by solicitor and sisters in fraud case involving overseas listed securities
SFC, 31-Oct-2018
Solicitor and sisters granted leave to appeal to Court of Final AppealJudgment
SFC, 6-Mar-2018
Court of Appeal upholds case against solicitors for insider dealing and fraud
SFC, 9-Nov-2017
Court of Appeal dismisses leave application of Andrew Left on MMT's findings of fact
SFC, 13-Jan-2017
His appeal on points of law will be dealt with separately.
Andrew Left and the right to be wrong
We take a close look at the Market Misconduct Tribunal's report on Mr Left's erroneous criticism of China Evergrande (3333), and what that says about free speech amongst participants in the HK market. (23-Oct-2016)
Court finds 2 solicitors engaged in insider dealing in AsiaSat and fraud or deceptionSFO s300
SFC, 15-Jan-2016
This is a landmark ruling because, if the SFC can go to court with a civil case for the consequences of insider dealing, then this avoids the bottleneck of the Market Misconduct Tribunal.
Yes, we have no gavels
Government increases capacity of MMT and SFAT by tripling Chairmen
HK Government, 18-Nov-2011
Chaoda (0682): MMT proceedings against Chairman and Executive Director
Company announcement, 30-Sep-2011
Under the Listing Rules, these proceedings should have been announced when they were first known to the directors concerned. The referral by the Financial Secretary to the MMT was dated 25-Jul-2011, so they knew by then. The SFC also knew: they investigate cases before referring them to the Financial Secretary. The SFC should have informed the Stock Exchange which would then require the company to announce the FS's referral to the MMT. What we have here is a failure to communicate.
Luk Ka Cheung v Market Misconduct Tribunal
HK Court of Appeal, 24-May-2011
LegCo question on CITIC Pacific investigations, MMT cases
HK Legislative Council, 20-Jan-2010
Steve Luk Ka Cheung v Market Misconduct Tribunal
HK Court of First Instance, 18-Nov-2008
Chau Chin Hung, Cheung Sau Lin, Cheeroll Ltd & Sung Hung Kai Investment Services Ltd v Market Misconduct Tribunal
HK Court of First Instance, 22-Sep-2008

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