Looking to learn what a Certificate of Good Standing is? In this article we’ll explain what it is, when it is needed and whether there is any difference with a Certificate of Continuing Registration.
In Hong Kong there are two main routes to close down a solvent private company limited by shares: deregistration and (voluntary) liquidation of a company.
The Li & Fung (Trading) Limited case was regarded as an agency case, whereby the Hong Kong agent (principal) provided services to its non-related customers in connection with the manufacture, sale and purchase of goods. Such services included finding suppliers to manufacture the goods, which would then be sold by these non-related manufacturers to the […]
Hong Kong companies need to prepare annual financial reports. But did you know that an interim report should be prepared in some cases as well?