China Tightens Up Regulation On Illegal Sales of Foreign Insurance Products

By | Global Insurance Blog | May 27, 2016
China Tightens Up Regulation On Illegal Sales of Foreign Insurance Products

On 11 May 2016, the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (“CIRC“) issued the Notification to Strengthen the Supervision and Administration of Illegal Sales of Offshore Insurance Products (the “Notification“) in which it requests its local offices to more closely scrutinise and take action against illegal sales of offshore insurance products within China.

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The Big Picture On IP Litigation in China

The Big Picture On IP Litigation in China

The Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”) recently released its White Paper on Judicial Protection of IPR, 2015 (“中国法院知识产权司法保护状况(2015), “White Paper”), containing statistics on IP litigation in China. Significantly, the statistics also contain the first conclusive data on the operation of the specialized IP Courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, over a year after they started accepting cases.

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Further Confirmation of the Pro-arbitration Stance of the Hong Kong Courts

By | ARBlog | May 25, 2016

A Hong Kong court has refused to grant an application to set aside its own order granting leave to enforce an arbitral award, thereby reinforcing the arbitration-friendly approach of Hong Kong courts and clarifying the restricted scope of the courts’ review of an arbitral award rendered in a Member State of the New York Convention.

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Hong Kong Monetary Authority Strengthens Cybersecurity Controls On Banks

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) is taking action to tackle cyber security in the banking sector in Hong Kong through the Cybersecurity Fortification Initiative (CFI) – a new comprehensive initiative announced on May 18, 2016, which aims to raise the level of cybersecurity of the banks in Hong Kong.

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