Reformist

The Reformist column promotes sound corporate governance, open markets, transparent rules as well as the sustainable development of capital markets across the Asia Pacific region. Its purpose is to call out abuse of these principles, such as crony capitalism and the overweening influence of companies’ founders.

  • REFORMIST: HK, China spat over tech IPOs turns toxic

    REFORMIST: HK, China spat over tech IPOs turns toxic

    Xiaomi, issuers and mainland investors have been caught in the cross-fire between bourses. While the prize of hosting China’s tech unicorns is worth fighting for, exchanges should not lose sight of who they ultimately serve and the benefits of mutual market access.

  • Hong Kong watchdog flexes its muscles

    Hong Kong watchdog flexes its muscles

    The Securities and Futures Commission's new top enforcer has wasted no time making an impact. That's not just right — it's also good for business.

  • Reformist: lessons from social media revolution

    Reformist: lessons from social media revolution

    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.

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