Hong Kong Corporate Insolvency Manual - Third Edition (Published in association with the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants)
Author(s): Charles D. Booth, Stephen Briscoe, ELG Tyler
Publication Date: 11 September 2015
The leading resource for accounting and legal professionals practicing corporate insolvency.
The Hong Kong Corporate Insolvency Manual has emerged as the leading resource for accounting and legal professionals working in the field. The Manual addresses the latest significant developments in insolvency law and practice.
The latest edition expands on the discussion of Hong Kong corporate insolvency law, including litigation funding the increasing significance of third-party funding for insolvency litigations. The PRC Bankruptcy Law and cross-border insolvency, with specific reference to the BVI and the Cayman Islands are also expanded on, with Appendix 10 containing a bullet point summary of the key features in the insolvency and corporate recovery regimes in the Cayman Islands and BVI. The authors have taken a practical approach to corporate insolvency, drawing upon illustrations from Hong Kong practice and providing checklists to assist professionals handling the day-to-day administration of insolvencies.
The third edition of Manual is published by LexisNexis in association with the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Table of contents
2 Members' Voluntary Liquidation
3 Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation
4 Compulsory Liquidation
5 Liquidators' Duties
6 Liquidators' Investigations and Litigation Funding
7 Voidable Transactions and Fraudulent and Insolvent Trading
8 The Asset Protection Regime
9 Proofs of Debt and Priorty
10 Charges and Receivership
11 Corporate Rescue and Restructuring
12 Directors' Disqualification
13 Liquidators' Remuneration
14 PRC Bankruptcy Law
15 Cross-Border Insolvency