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  • Communication with the Exchange

    • 2.21

      References in the GEM Listing Rules to informing or notifying the Exchange mean, unless the context requires otherwise, that the information must be either:—

      (1) delivered in hard copy or in an electronic format as specified by the Exchange to The Listing Division, 12th Floor, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong; or
      (2) sent by electronic means (in the format specified by the Exchange) to The Listing Division at its electronic mail address, as specified from time to time; or
      (3) sent by facsimile copy to The Listing Division on 2295-3599,

      or to such other address or number as may be announced by the Exchange from time to time or in such other manner as may be determined and promulgated by the Exchange from time to time. In addition, a hard copy of such information must be provided to the Exchange if requested by the Exchange.

    • 2.22

      If the information is of an urgent nature, an authorised representative of the issuer or some other responsible officer of the issuer or its Sponsor, financial adviser or legal adviser should communicate the information to the Executive Director — Listing Division or his delegates by telephone, provided always that the communication is confirmed in writing, delivered by hand, electronic means or facsimile in accordance with rule 2.21, such written communication to follow promptly after the telephone communication.

    • 2.23

      Where the GEM Listing Rules require documents to be sent or submitted to the Exchange, they must be sent or delivered to the Listing Division in accordance with rule 2.21, unless otherwise stated in the GEM Listing Rules.

    • 2.23A

      Where the GEM Listing Rules require a certain number of copies of a document to be sent or submitted to the Exchange, the Exchange may require the issuer to provide the Exchange with such lesser or greater number of such copies as the Exchange may reasonably determine.

    • 2.24

      The procedures for delivery of information and documentation to the Exchange and any changes or additions to those procedures may be determined and promulgated by the Exchange from time to time.