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Payment Systems and Stored Value Facilities Ordinance

2016-03-04

On 4 March 2016, our partner Mr Nelson Ho and our trainee solicitor Mr Christopher Ho gave a seminar for The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers on “Payment Systems and Stored Value Facilities Ordinance” to an audience from legal and compliance, audit and control, management, business and operation practitioners.

For contents of the presentation, please click here.


Nelson Ho & Christopher Ho of ONC Lawyers gave a seminar for The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers on the Payment Systems and Stored Value Facilities Ordinance

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