The HKEX corporate flag flying alongside the Chinese flag outside the Exchange Square complex in Hong Kong, on September 16. China’s growth is slowing but the rest of Asia is still among the fastest-growing regions for capital markets issuance and wealth creation. Photo: Bloomberg
James Fok
Opinion

Opinion

The View by James Fok

To stay on top, HKEX must diversify and innovate in search of more successes like the Tracker Fund

  • The Chinese mainland and innovations like the Tracker Fund, which celebrates its 20th anniversary, aided Hong Kong’s rise as Asia’s global financial centre. A natural evolution would be for HKEX to become the region’s one-stop shop

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The HKEX corporate flag flying alongside the Chinese flag outside the Exchange Square complex in Hong Kong, on September 16. China’s growth is slowing but the rest of Asia is still among the fastest-growing regions for capital markets issuance and wealth creation. Photo: Bloomberg
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The campus at the Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. headquarters during the annual November 11 Singles' Day online shopping event in Hangzhou, China, on November 11, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg

Alibaba unveils Hong Kong secondary listing plan, in vote of confidence that pushes city back to top of global IPO ranking

  • Alibaba aims to sell 500 million new shares, with 2.5 per cent set aside for Hong Kong public, according plan in SEC filing
  • Asia’s most-valuable company to start a weeklong roadshow this week, with trading debut expected on November 26
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The campus at the Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. headquarters during the annual November 11 Singles' Day online shopping event in Hangzhou, China, on November 11, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
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