A electronic board showing the Hang Seng Index and stock tickers outside the Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: AP
A electronic board showing the Hang Seng Index and stock tickers outside the Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: AP

exclusive | UBS’s top China banker says Hong Kong still a magnet for global IPOs, with additional reforms likely to attract more start-ups in Greater Bay Area

  • Some 2,300 companies have raised US$582 billion via Hong Kong IPOs since the 1997 handover through May 2022, according to Refinitiv data
  • Hong Kong can still grease the IPO wheel to accommodate the listing of global companies given its status as a financial hub, top UBS banker said

A electronic board showing the Hang Seng Index and stock tickers outside the Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: AP
A electronic board showing the Hang Seng Index and stock tickers outside the Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: AP
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