Level: / Saturday, 19 March 2016
9:30 am – 12:45 pm
3 CPD points
Elementary level, for delegates who do not have prior knowledge of the subject area / Language:
Venue : / English
Joint Professional Centre
Unit 1, G/F.,
The Center, 99 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
To provide an introduction to a fairly complex area of Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listing Rules compliance – the connected transaction regime in Chapter 14A of the Listing Rules and to examine the regulatory requirements to ensure structural and procedural integrity of transactions by publicly listed groups when connected persons are involved in such transactions.
About the course:
This presentation examines how the regulations in the Listing Rules ensure that a listed issuer takes into account the interests of shareholders as a whole when it or one of its subsidiaries enters into connected transactions; and how safeguards are built in to ensure that those in positions of authority act fairly to shareholders. The course will cover the following:
- What is a connected transaction?
- Definition of "connected person" - substantial shareholder / connected subsidiary / associate
- "Associates" - immediate family / family / controlled companies
- Deemed connected persons
- Transaction with third parties
- Financial Assistance
- Continuing Connected Transactions
- Compliance Issues
- Worked examples
About the presenter:
Julianne Doe, Partner, Dentons
Ms. Doe is a Partner of Dentons. She is a well-known conference speaker whose practice focuses on the corporate finance and commercial areas, and she has acted for financial advisers and companies on a large variety of public company and securities related matters. Such matters include equity issues for flotation of companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, private placing of public company shares, schemes of arrangement in corporate redomiciliations and rescues, privatisations, and compliance and regulatory issues. She has spoken at many seminars in Hong Kong and mainland China, and has written a number of articles published in local and overseas legal journals.
Ms. Doe was a member of the Hong Kong Law Society’s Securities Law Committee from 2000 to 2011, and is also a council member of the Federation of Women Lawyers and chairs the Federation’s Securities and Finance Committee. She is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Directors.
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Re:Connected Transactions, Saturday, 19 March 2016 (031916A)
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