US investment banks pulled in a big haul of IPO fees from Chinese firms listing in New York in the first half. Photo: AP Photo US investment banks pulled in a big haul of IPO fees from Chinese firms listing in New York in the first half. Photo: AP Photo
US investment banks pulled in a big haul of IPO fees from Chinese firms listing in New York in the first half. Photo: AP Photo

Wall Street banks’ IPO fees could come under pressure from mainland rivals if Beijing forces tech firms to list in Hong Kong

  • New rules on foreign listings by Chinese tech companies could shift more IPOs to Hong Kong
  • Top Wall Street banks split US$350 million in fees from Chinese listings in the US in the first half

Topic |   Banking & Finance
US investment banks pulled in a big haul of IPO fees from Chinese firms listing in New York in the first half. Photo: AP Photo US investment banks pulled in a big haul of IPO fees from Chinese firms listing in New York in the first half. Photo: AP Photo
US investment banks pulled in a big haul of IPO fees from Chinese firms listing in New York in the first half. Photo: AP Photo
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