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Finance, Rule of Law and Development in Asia: Perspectives from Singapore, Hong Kong and Mainland China

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Edited by: Jiaxing Hu

ISBN13: 9789004315808
Published: June 2016
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £146.00



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The financial markets of Hong Kong and Singapore are leading examples in Asian financial development and regulation. Shanghai, which is developing its Free Trade Pilot Zone, is equally aiming to incorporate a sophisticated service market in order to upgrade, reform and reinvigorate the current economic model of development in China in the aftermath of the global financial and economic crisis. Streamlining administrative regulation is a precondition for its financial market to find root and play a central role in Asia and beyond.

Finance, Rule of Law and Development in Asia offers a contextualized approach to the economic and political realities within Asian financial markets, especially in these three different jurisdictions. The volume adopts a comparative and precise account on the prospects and challenges in further developing these financial centres.

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Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Asia
Contents:
Acknowledgements
Foreword
List of Contributors
Part I Financial Centres in Asia: Law & Policy
The Rise of Singapore as International Financial Centre: Political Will, Industrial Policy, and Rule of Law
Jiangyu Wang
Inside the Singapore Financial Centre
Dora Neo
Hong Kong: Evolution and Future as a Leading International Financial Centre
Douglas W. Arner
Level Playing Field as an Institutional Challenge to China as a Socialist Market Economy
Xianchu Zhang
Regulating Internationalization of Currency: Comparative Experience in Asia
Weitseng Chen
A Small Difference in Wording, but a Big Difference in Rule-making: A Retrospective and Prospective View on the Development of China’s Economic Zones
Jiaxiang Hu
Finance, Rule of Law and Human Rights in China
Matthias Vanhullebusch

Part II Governing Financial Markets in Asia: Innovation and Financial Products
Positioning Singapore as an International Centre for Fund-raising
Alexander F. H. Loke
A People’s Market of Hong Kong: Facilitating Crowdfunding of SMEs
David C. Donald, George Mok & Adrian Fong
New Risk Management Requirements in Hong Kong’s Corporate Governance Code: “More than Just a Box to Tick”
Angus Young & Coral Huo
Regulating P2P Lending in China: Industrial Landscape and Regulatory Approaches
Wei Shen
Regulating China’s Internet Money Market Funds: An Economic Perspective
Xiaoye Jin
Liberalizing Capital Market Entry in China: Building a Registration System
Jing Leng
Part III Financial Crimes in Asia: Anti-Corruption Enforcement
Anti-Corruption Enforcement in Singapore
Thong Chee Kun & Muslim Albakri
Cracking the Whip on Financial Crimes in Singapore
Hamidul Haq
Role of the Criminal Law in Maintaining Hong Kong as an International Financial Centre
Simon N. M. Young
Anti-Corruption Law and Enforcement in Hong Kong: Keeping it Clean
Michael I. Jackson
Index