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Chandrawat & Partners has an accomplished team with experience who are acquainted with SFC/HKMA’s licensing requirements and application procedure. Our team can assist you to determine whether or not your business is or will be discharging any regulated activities, check whether your firm determines to apply for license, the firm has a recognized track record of obtaining licensing and registrations for financial services firms in the Asia Pacific region. Our experts work closely with all stakeholders throughout the process to ensure seamless service.

We can assist in preparation of license application and responding to the enquiries raised by regulators during license application procedure. We also support numerous individual licensees with their licensing requirements.

We counsel the financial institutions such as financial advisers, fund managers, trust managers, insurance brokers and payment services providers on their respective licensing requirements to ensure a smooth application procedure.

OUR TEAM CAN ASSIST WITH THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

  • Advise on specific license requirements
  • Advising on regulatory capital requirements
  • Negotiations related to license conditions with authorities
  • Assistance in preparation and submission of application forms
  • Preparation of all required documentation
  • Liaising with local Regulators and authorities on all associated matters
  • Counsel on competency requirements and on available waivers, wherever applicable
  • Assistance in completion and preparing the CVs of licensed representatives

Need assistance with licensing procedures? Engage us now.

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Chandrawat & Partners is a leading full service firm in Hong Kong. We provide a wide range of high quality consulting services to domestic and international clients. With a strong network of professional advisors worldwide, we have a wealth of first hand experience and expertise in providing effective solutions to the complex issues.

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