The New Cross-Border Arrangement Between Hong Kong and Mainland China on Insolvency and Restructuring Matters A Comparison with Chapter 15 of the…

Posted: June 2, 2021 at 5:56 am

On May 14, 2021, the Department of Justice of the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region announced that the Secretary for Justice of Hong Kong and the Vice-president of the Supreme Peoples Court (the SPC) had signed the Record of Meeting on Mutual Recognition of and Assistance to Bankruptcy (Insolvency) Proceedings between the Courts of the Mainland and of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (the ROM). The ROM concerns the commencement and implementation of the much anticipated cross-border mutual recognition, assistance and cooperation arrangement between Hong Kong and mainland China (the Mainland) in relation to corporate insolvency and restructuring matters (the Cooperation Arrangement).

To give effect to this milestone agreement, on the same day the SPC issued The Supreme Peoples Courts Opinion on Taking Forward a Pilot Measure in relation to the Recognition of and Assistance to Insolvency Proceedings in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (the SPC Opinion) and the Hong Kong government issued a Practical Guide setting out the procedure for a Mainland administrators application to the Courts of Hong Kong for recognition and assistance (the Guide).

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