STOCK EXCHANGE OF HONG KONG LIMITED (THE) 香港聯合交易所有限公司

Stop the Scripless U-turn
Investors were in the dark for 4 years about plans to tear up a model that was first recommended by the Hay Davison Report in 1988, has worked in Australia since 1999, and was legislated in HK in 2015 but never actioned. Our extensive discussions with SFC and HKEX reveal no legitimate issues. We urge legislators to reject this U-turn and the SFC to proceed with the legislated model. The stench of vested interests is overpowering. (30-Apr-2019)
HKEX trading floor to close on 30th anniversary of Black Monday
South China Morning Post, 15-Oct-2017
Lovely timing. After the crash on 19-Oct-1987, the Council of the Stock Exchange closed it for 4 days - that was the last time it closed apart from weather, weekends and holidays. This time, it's closing for good.
Charles Li v SEHK and various listed companies and auditors
HK Court of First Instance, 28-Jun-2016
There is not a single listed company amongst the defendants in which we would invest.
Sanyuan Group Ltd v SEHK
HK Court of Final Appeal, 3-Dec-2009
Sanyuan Group Ltd v The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Ltd
HK Court of Appeal, 21-Jul-2009
Sanyuan Group Ltd v The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Ltd
HK Court of First Instance, 4-Jun-2008
Akai Holdings Ltd & Kong Wah Holdings Ltd v SEHK
HK Court of First Instance, 17-Feb-2005
GEM (the SEHK's 2nd board)
An outline and commentary on the proposals for a second board in Hong Kong. (3-Oct-1999)
Company and certain directors v SEHK
HK Court of First Instance, 25-Aug-1998
Response to consultation paper on a Proposed New Market for Emerging Companies
David Webb's submission to The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on what later became GEM. (20-Jul-1998)
Choi ticked off for ethics breach
South China Morning Post, 9-Oct-1997
Exchange to probe Chen's conduct
South China Morning Post, 5-Jun-1997
Trial sparks calls for public exchange
South China Morning Post, 3-Jun-1997
Cheng denies need for council shake-up in wake of Chen case
South China Morning Post, 30-May-1997
'Brokers like to regulate themselves effectively in order to maintain the confidence of investors,' he said.
Commission trial leaves bribe riddle
South China Morning Post, 25-May-1997
Neoh backs change to rules after Chen case
South China Morning Post, 21-May-1997
Chen acquitted in bribe case
South China Morning Post, 20-May-1997
Chen Po-sum fought her way to the top - her latest battle was to stay there
South China Morning Post, 20-May-1997
Verdict expected soon in bribery case
South China Morning Post, 16-May-1997
Chen approach to colleagues denied
South China Morning Post, 13-May-1997
Chen says HK$600k was a big favour
South China Morning Post, 8-May-1997
Chen kept majority of seat 'fees'
South China Morning Post, 7-May-1997
Chen admits to charging Nomura 'extra' for seat
South China Morning Post, 6-May-1997
Chen's servant paid HK$200k as go-between
South China Morning Post, 30-Apr-1997
Court told exchange seats cash grey area
South China Morning Post, 29-Apr-1997
Exchange bribery trial told seat rules vague
South China Morning Post, 25-Apr-1997
Chen likened to traffic cop
South China Morning Post, 24-Apr-1997
Chen bribery case bound for Canada court
South China Morning Post, 10-Apr-1997
Statement on resignation of Paul Chow as CEO of SEHK
SFC, 18-Jul-1996

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