The scrapping of profitability requirements by China Securities Regulatory Commission will lead to a faster back-door listing process on Shenzhen and Shanghai stock exchanges. Photo: Sam Tsang

China’s easing of M&A rules put in place after 2015 market crash will boost fundraising, analysts say

  • Tougher rules put in place after the market crash led to fundraising shrinking from 833 billion yuan four years ago to 71 billion yuan so far this year
  • Move will quicken back-door listing process on Shenzhen and Shanghai stock exchanges
Topic |   Mergers & Acquisitions

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The scrapping of profitability requirements by China Securities Regulatory Commission will lead to a faster back-door listing process on Shenzhen and Shanghai stock exchanges. Photo: Sam Tsang
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