Charles Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), deserves credit for making Hong Kong the world’s top hub for initial public offerings in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Jonathan Wong Charles Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), deserves credit for making Hong Kong the world’s top hub for initial public offerings in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Charles Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), deserves credit for making Hong Kong the world’s top hub for initial public offerings in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Charles Li hard act to follow at challenging time for city bourse

  • Whoever succeeds ‘Mr China’ after a successful decade leading HKEX has their work cut out enforcing corporate governance and ensuring it strikes a fine balance between an open market and safeguarding Beijing’s financial interests

Charles Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), deserves credit for making Hong Kong the world’s top hub for initial public offerings in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Jonathan Wong Charles Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), deserves credit for making Hong Kong the world’s top hub for initial public offerings in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Charles Li Xiaojia, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), deserves credit for making Hong Kong the world’s top hub for initial public offerings in seven of the past 11 years. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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