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

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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