By listing in Hong Kong, companies from Russia and elsewhere hope to pop onto the radar of funds with a mandate, for example, to invest in Asia or greater China that otherwise wouldn’t consider a stock listed in Moscow or London. Some suggest companies can get more of a free pass in Hong Kong than in markets with tougher regulation, but bankers working on Russian listings dispute that: Russian companies have a long history of listing in London and would generally find that option easier than coping with unfamiliar Hong Kong rules.
April 30, 2010
* APRIL 19, 2010 Chasing Asia’s Growth Story From Russia and Mongolia, U.K and France, Companies Converge on Hong Kong
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