Speakers at the panel on Hong Kong stock exchange listing rules at the “Redefining Hong Kong” series. From left: Julia Charlton, principal partner at Charltons; Gary Ngan, chief financial officer at Meitu; Richard Harris, investment manager and South China Morning Post columnist; Albert Ng, chairman, China at EY; and David Lau, head of global investment banking at JPMorgan Hong Kong. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong bourse ‘needs to create conditions’ to attract listings from technology firms

Panellists at the South China Morning Post’s ‘Redefining Hong Kong Debate Series’ say the city is missing out because it does not allow dual-class share structures popular with hi-tech firms

Topic |   Redefining Hong Kong

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Speakers at the panel on Hong Kong stock exchange listing rules at the “Redefining Hong Kong” series. From left: Julia Charlton, principal partner at Charltons; Gary Ngan, chief financial officer at Meitu; Richard Harris, investment manager and South China Morning Post columnist; Albert Ng, chairman, China at EY; and David Lau, head of global investment banking at JPMorgan Hong Kong. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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