Bryane Michael

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Letter of the Law: The fine line in Hong Kong between freedom of speech and national security
Hong Kong must work towards a ‘Panama Papers Ordinance’ to end automatic recognition of offshore firms
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Judicial activism and a famous Hong Kong goose restaurant
Letter of the Law: it's time to internationalise Hong Kong's anti-corruption laws
Controversy over CY Leung's University of Hong Kong chancellorship begs bigger questions about where to draw the line between the state and civil society
Hong Kong needs a whistle-blower law for better governance and business practices, researcher says
Time to tackle political issues of lobbying, special access and influence
Alibaba listing slight shouldn't blind Hong Kong to the cold hard facts of dual-class shareholding
Hong Kong needs financial reform to weather future financial crises and regain its lost lustre

Changes like the adoption of so-called "Twin Peaks" regulators, making the Financial Services Development Council a statutory body and integration with the Asean Capital Markets Forum could help Hong Kong weather future financial crises.

15 Apr 2015 - 7:39PM

Changes like the adoption of so-called "Twin Peaks" regulators, making the Financial Services Development Council a statutory body and integration with the Asean Capital Markets Forum could help Hong Kong weather future financial crises.

Hong Kong needs financial reform to weather future financial crises and regain its lost lustre
Hong Kong can lead the way in taking stock of law firms
Letter of the Law: Throwing light on HK's lack of investment in solar power