Articles: CCASS launches CCASS Analysis
Following the commendable step by HKEx in April to start disclosing the shareholdings of participants in Hong Kong's securities clearing system, now launches an analysis system which helps you to interpret the data. (19-Nov-2008)
Trust, but Verify proposes a solution to reduce the recurrent problem of brokerage failures, while at the same time improving communications with shareholders and retail investor participation in corporate governance, bringing HK up to international standards. (21-Jul-2006)
DeVoted to Failure - HK's Share Voting System
We show you just how hard HKEx makes it for investors to vote their shares in listed companies. Brokers and banks have no obligation to seek voting instructions, HKEx's CCASS system leaves Investor Participants guessing, and even if you succeed in giving voting instructions to HKEx, it won't demand a poll, so your votes probably won't be counted. (9-Dec-2002)
Concluding a 2-part series, we look at the over-cooked attempt of HKSCC, the HKEx's monopoly settlement system, to introduce an internet access system for investor participants. (3-Nov-2000)
CCASS and the eIPO
With all the recent attention on the "eIPO" process in Hong Kong's MTRC offer, you might think we are on our way to a paperless market. Hong Kong's clearing monopoly, HKSCC, still has a long way to go, as explains in the first of two articles. (2-Nov-2000)

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