The Hong Kong Corporate Insolvency Manual 4th edition by by Charles D Booth, ELG Tyler, Ludwig Ng, Terry Kan, published by LexisNexis.
The Hong Kong Corporate Insolvency Manual has emerged as the leading resource for accounting and legal professionals working in the field. The fourth edition of the Manual is published by LexisNexis in association with the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
What's new in this edition
The latest edition expands on the discussion of Hong Kong corporate insolvency law with reference to new legislative provisions in the Companies (Winding Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance including new sections 262A to 262F. Recent caselaw is also discussed:
• showing the Hong Kong judiciary has been taking a proactive and pragmatic approach to developing
Hong Kong’s insolvency law in Re Joint Official Liquidators of Centaur Litigation SPC (in liquidation)
 and Re AGI Logistics (Hong Kong) Ltd ;
• on corporate rescue in Re China Solar Energy Holdings Ltd .
There are chapters emphasising ethical issues, the new pre-appointment disclosure statement procedure,
developments in cross-border corporate insolvency and the PRC Bankruptcy Law. There is also a
specific Appendix containing a summary of the BVI and Cayman Islands Insolvency regime.
Table of Contents
9 The asset protection regime
2 Members’ voluntary liquidation
10 Proofs of debt and priority
3 Creditors’ voluntary liquidation
11 Charges and receivership
4 Compulsory liquidation
12 Corporate rescue and restructuring
5 Appointment of liquidators – ethical considerations, disqualification and disclosure statements
13 Directors’ disqualification
6 Liquidators’ powers & removal of liquidators
14 Liquidator’s remuneration
7 Liquidators' investigations and litigation funding
15 PRC Bankruptcy Law
8 Voidable transactions and fraudulent and insolvent trading
16 Cross-border insolvency