Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listings in the second quarter in eight years. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listings in the second quarter in eight years. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listings in the second quarter in eight years. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong stock exchange must expand reforms to allow SPACs and smaller companies to raise funds, experts say

  • Hong Kong stock exchange must undertake more reforms to attract SPACs and tweak rules to make it easier for small firms to list in the city
  • Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listing in the April to June quarter since the second quarter of 2013

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listings in the second quarter in eight years. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listings in the second quarter in eight years. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong stock exchange is poised to see the fewest new listings in the second quarter in eight years. Photo: Sam Tsang
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