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KWM wins International Arbitration Law Firm of the Year at ALB Hong Kong Law Awards 2021

KWM News & Insight
Mutual Recognition of Funds between the UK and HK

This alert sums up the key regulations applicable to UK and HK Covered Funds seeking registration under the MRF.

10 things you need to know about digital identity

This briefsheet sets out 10 points on the what, how and why of digital identity.

HK as preferred arbitration venue with new HKIAC rules

In this article, we sum up and comment on five key changes in the 2018 HKIAC Rules that enhance the efficiency and flexibility in resolving disputes.

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King & Wood Mallesons elects new EUME Senior Partner

King & Wood Mallesons has elected Frankfurt partner Michael Cziesla as its new EUME Senior Partner with immediate effect for a term of three years.

KWM triumphs at 2016 FT Innovative Lawyers Awards

KWM recognised as one of Europe's most innovative firms at Financial Times awards ceremony.

King & Wood Mallesons elects new EUME Managing Partner

King & Wood Mallesons has elected London partner Tim Bednall as its new EUME Managing Partner for a term of three years.

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LIBOR Transition – Forward-looking Term SOFR Is Here

Very shortly, the U.S.-based Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) will make its much-anticipated formal recommendation of forward-looking term Secured Overnight Financing Rates (Term SOFR)...

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Pilot Mechanism in cross-border insolvency

We provide an overview of the Pilot Mechanism in cross-border insolvency.

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SFC guidance on enhanced disclosures for ESG funds

We summarise the new guidance, which supersedes a 2019 SFC circular on the same topic.

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A Guide to Doing Business in China

Opportunities, concerns and issues facing foreign companies investing, operating and sourcing in from China.

Crossing Borders: Enforcement of arbitration awards

The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.

Enforcing your judgment in China

China’s significance in today’s global economy calls for businesses to understand the realities of enforcing a judgment against Chinese-held assets.

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