Hong Kong authorities move to deal with price-sensitive information

The Hong Kong government has published proposals to make it statutory for listed corporations to make timely disclosure of price-sensitive information.

The government’s consultation paper, Proposed Statutory Codification of Certain Requirements to Disclose Price Sensitive Information by Listed Corporations, proposes to include a statutory requirement for a listed corporation to disclose to the public as soon as practicable ‘price-­sensitive information’ that has come to its knowledge in the

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