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Financial Markets in Hong Kong, 2nd Edition by Arner, Douglas W; Hsu, Berry; Goo, Say H; Johnstone, Syren; Lejot, Paul; Kwok-Sang Tse, Maurice (24th March 2016)

Part I Finance in Hong Kong, 2 Financial Regulatory Structure

Douglas W Arner, Berry FC Hsu, Say H Goo, Syren Johnstone, Paul Lejot, Maurice Kwong-Sang Tse

From: Financial Markets in Hong Kong (2nd Edition)

Douglas W Arner, Berry Hsu, Say H Goo, Syren Johnstone, Paul Lejot, Maurice Kwok-Sang Tse (Consulting Editor)

From: Oxford Legal Research Library (http://olrl.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 20 August 2019

Subject(s):
Debt — Equity — Securities — Investment business

This chapter describes the overall legal and regulatory framework supporting financial markets in Hong Kong. This is developed in tandem with, and in response to, their characteristics. Regulatory reforms in the financial markets of Hong Kong have typically been developed after a financial crisis and market failure. However, while Hong Kong has not always had effective systems of financial regulation, it has been steadily strengthening its regulatory framework both for financial markets and institutions. This chapter argues that the increasing effectiveness of its legal and institutional regulatory framework has enhanced its development as an international financial centre over the past two decades and will be vital to its continued success in the future. The chapter concludes by outlining the common objectives of the Hong Kong financial regulators today.

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