Last week, the Hong Kong Court of Appeal refused to grant liquidators (the Liquidators) of Galleria (Hong Kong) Limited (Galleria), a Hong Kong company, leave to appeal to the Court of Final Appeal in relation to their action against one of Galleria’s former lenders (the Bank) for knowing receipt, dishonest assistance and fraudulent trading. The Court of Appeal’s decision marks yet another victory for the Bank in defending this piece of insolvency litigation, which commenced in 2016.
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In Re Grand Peace Group Holdings Limited  HKCFI 2361, the Hong Kong Court refused to exercise its discretionary jurisdiction to wind up an offshore holding company due to difficulties in the recognition of Hong Kong liquidators in the BVI.
In Nuoxi Capital v Peking University Founder Group Company Limited  HKCFI 3817, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (HK Court) examined the interplay between the determination of creditors’ contractual rights under keepwell deeds by way of proceedings in the HK Court and the impact of reorganisation proceedings in respect of the debtor in Mainland China taking place before the Beijing No.1 Intermediate People’s Court (Beijing Court).