The US tech giant’s sale of non-voting shares offers an opportunity for Hong Kong to rethink its approach to new listings. It's an option the city should reject.
Samsonite, Prada and L'Occitane once flocked to the city for IPOs. Now, despite hosting the world's biggest IPO of the year, HK looks like less of a global contender.
After a social media storm cost PaxGlobal's well-regarded CFO his job, our new columnist looks at how executives can harness technology for the benefit of all.
Mainland securities houses are snagging a growing share of IPO business.
Hong Kong's bourse operator wants to spark a mass marriage between foreign companies and mainland Chinese investors.
An investor survey conducted by the Asian Corporate Governance Association offers food for thought as the Hong Kong Stock Exchange mulls rule changes.
The Chinese e-commerce company gives up on a Hong Kong IPO after failing to reach a compromise with local regulators on structural issues, sources say.
The Women's Foundation will start reaching out to companies in Hong Kong in an effort to encourage them to add more women to their boards.
The fully upsized deal offers a 34.57% conversion premium and becomes the biggest overnight CB in Asia-Pacific this year.
HKEx is preparing to launch renminbi futures next month as part of China’s effort to introduce its currency to the world.
Our readers give their verdict on HKEx's $2.2 billion bid for the London Metal Exchange.
At its heart, HKEx’s successful bid for the London Metal Exchange (LME) demonstrates Asia’s ability to take long-term strategic positions, while the West scrabbles around for short-term infusions of cash.
The second phase of the overhaul of Hong Kong’s trading hours takes effect today, as the stock exchange seeks to strengthen its competitiveness.
The risk of retail investors getting burnt are outweighed by the rewards of striking it rich, as Hong Kong seeks to become a listing venue for global mining companies.
HKEx suspended seven stocks yesterday afternoon after its news website crashed as the result of a suspected 'malicious attack'.
Beijing's efforts to increase borrowing costs make Chinese companies turn to equity markets for financing, a survey has found.
After shelving a $96 million New York IPO in May, Chinese upstream oil company MIE is looking to raise $184 million from a new share sale in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s stock exchange follows in Tokyo’s footsteps by launching dividend futures.
The Hong Kong bourse is set to become one of the major stock exchanges in the world with a high concentration of mining and natural resources companies.
Hong Kong stock exchange chief executive Charles Li says the city is lobbying Beijing to improve its FDI regime and to seek approval for providing an interim pool of liquidity support.