More B-share companies to list in Hong Kong

Around 40 B-share companies could make the conversion to a Hong Kong listing.

More of China’s B-share companies are set to move their listings to Hong Kong to escape the country’s experiment in foreign-denominated shares.

Of the 107 shares listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen, accounting firm Deloitte reckons there are about 40 that are also listed on the A-share market and could meet Hong Kong’s listing requirements to join the H-share market.

“B-share companies are likely to be very motivated to move to Hong Kong,”...

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