Hong Kong has several financial industry regulators.
The Securities and Futures Commission ("SFC") is the main, independent statutory body charged with regulating the securities and futures markets in Hong Kong. A key part of what the SFC does is to ensure that markets operate in an open, competitive, efficient and fair manner.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority ("HKMA"), whose primary objective is to ensure the stability of the Hong Kong currency, and also regulates the banking system.
The Insurance Authority ("IA") regulates insurers, insurance agents and insurance brokers.
Customs and Excise regulates money service operators (MSO).
ComplianceAsia's team of compliance experts in Hong Kong has extensive experience in dealing with the SFC, HKMA, the IA and Customs and Excise. We provide independent, unbiased advice on Hong Kong financial industry legislation and regulations.
In Hong Kong SAR, ComplianceAsia can provide the following services so that your company remains compliant with regulatory expectations:
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