London Calling

The LSE puts its ownership struggles to one side and makes an aggressive effort to attract Chinese listings.

The gloves are well and truly off in the battle between global exchanges to attract Chinese companies to list. This week the London Stock Exchange alongside the UK Trade and Investment Bureau held a series of events aimed at getting more Chinese companies to list in The City.

Admitting that London had not been as forthright as it could have been in the past, Jane Zhou, the LSE's Asia Pacific chief noted that perhaps we have been too English and too gentlemanly and we have not marketed ourselves as strongly as the NYSE or Nasdaq.

That appears to now be changing. Zhou also suggested that because...

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