The Hong Kong exchange’s proposal seeks to address risks particular to corporate WVRs to maintain ‘an appropriate level of investor protection’, Bonnie Chan, head of listings at HKEX, says. Photo: Bloomberg The Hong Kong exchange’s proposal seeks to address risks particular to corporate WVRs to maintain ‘an appropriate level of investor protection’, Bonnie Chan, head of listings at HKEX, says. Photo: Bloomberg
The Hong Kong exchange’s proposal seeks to address risks particular to corporate WVRs to maintain ‘an appropriate level of investor protection’, Bonnie Chan, head of listings at HKEX, says. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong exchange, spurred by Alibaba, Xiaomi listings, proposes expansion of IPO reforms to attract more tech giants

  • HKEX wants to allow companies that have other firms as owners with weighted voting rights to list in the city
  • Proposal might attract new economy, technology companies, but might not be fair to other investors, lawmaker says

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The Hong Kong exchange’s proposal seeks to address risks particular to corporate WVRs to maintain ‘an appropriate level of investor protection’, Bonnie Chan, head of listings at HKEX, says. Photo: Bloomberg The Hong Kong exchange’s proposal seeks to address risks particular to corporate WVRs to maintain ‘an appropriate level of investor protection’, Bonnie Chan, head of listings at HKEX, says. Photo: Bloomberg
The Hong Kong exchange’s proposal seeks to address risks particular to corporate WVRs to maintain ‘an appropriate level of investor protection’, Bonnie Chan, head of listings at HKEX, says. Photo: Bloomberg
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