Lo Ka-shui, vice chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies, believes the proposal to let the regulators determine which companies should be listed will move Hong Kong backwards. Photo: Nora Tam Lo Ka-shui, vice chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies, believes the proposal to let the regulators determine which companies should be listed will move Hong Kong backwards. Photo: Nora Tam
Lo Ka-shui, vice chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies, believes the proposal to let the regulators determine which companies should be listed will move Hong Kong backwards. Photo: Nora Tam
Peter Guy
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Outcome of Hong Kong listing turf war will be city’s most important change in corporate governance

Lo Ka-shui, vice chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies, believes the proposal to let the regulators determine which companies should be listed will move Hong Kong backwards. Photo: Nora Tam Lo Ka-shui, vice chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies, believes the proposal to let the regulators determine which companies should be listed will move Hong Kong backwards. Photo: Nora Tam
Lo Ka-shui, vice chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies, believes the proposal to let the regulators determine which companies should be listed will move Hong Kong backwards. Photo: Nora Tam
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Peter Guy

Peter Guy

Peter Guy is a financial writer and former international banker