Keywords: consultation paper, Codes on
Takeovers, Mergers and Share Repurchases, amendments to Codes,
On 21 April 2010, the Securities and Futures Commission (the
"SFC") published the "Consultation Paper on (1)
proposal to stop commenting on routine announcements under the
Codes on Takeovers and Mergers and Share Repurchases and (2)
proposed miscellaneous amendments to the Codes". It was
proposed that certain routine announcements will no longer be
required to be submitted to the SFC for comments prior to
publication, and certain current practice be codified.
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