The proposal from HKEX would cut the waiting time between the pricing of an IPO and the trading debut of the shares. Photo: Reuters The proposal from HKEX would cut the waiting time between the pricing of an IPO and the trading debut of the shares. Photo: Reuters
The proposal from HKEX would cut the waiting time between the pricing of an IPO and the trading debut of the shares. Photo: Reuters
IPO

Hong Kong stock exchange aims to modernise IPO process, slashing times for debutants to list as it strives to protect global crown

  • Proposed new electronic platform would shorten the gap between an IPO being priced and its trading debut from five business days to just one day
  • The proposal by the stock exchange operator would improve market efficiency and reduce risks, according to analysts

Topic |   IPO
The proposal from HKEX would cut the waiting time between the pricing of an IPO and the trading debut of the shares. Photo: Reuters The proposal from HKEX would cut the waiting time between the pricing of an IPO and the trading debut of the shares. Photo: Reuters
The proposal from HKEX would cut the waiting time between the pricing of an IPO and the trading debut of the shares. Photo: Reuters
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