Tan Min-Liang (centre), co-founder, CEO and executive director of Razer. On Friday Razer priced its IPO at HK$3.88 per share valuing it at HK$4.1 billion, with a demand of 291 times the number of offered shares to the public. Photo: Dickson Lee

Tech start-up leaders have to wow IPO audiences – so can Razer’s Tan Min-Liang dress and talk with the swagger of Steve Jobs?

HK investors love IPO chasing, putting their money to work in a low-yield environment, hoping to trade “X” into “2X” as soon as possible. Investors should think differently about tech firms

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Tan Min-Liang (centre), co-founder, CEO and executive director of Razer. On Friday Razer priced its IPO at HK$3.88 per share valuing it at HK$4.1 billion, with a demand of 291 times the number of offered shares to the public. Photo: Dickson Lee
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