A screen showing the listing of JD.com in Hong Kong outside the trading hall of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing on June 18. Photo: Xinhua A screen showing the listing of JD.com in Hong Kong outside the trading hall of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing on June 18. Photo: Xinhua
A screen showing the listing of JD.com in Hong Kong outside the trading hall of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing on June 18. Photo: Xinhua
Kenneth Lee
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Kenneth Lee

How US-China tensions are pushing US-listed Chinese tech firms to Hong Kong

  • Growing geopolitical rivalry, increasing US investor suspicion of Chinese firms and a more attractive HKEX following years of reforms are feeding a growing trend of ‘repatriation’
  • Expect not just more secondary listings in Hong Kong, but also US delistings and Hong Kong relistings

A screen showing the listing of JD.com in Hong Kong outside the trading hall of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing on June 18. Photo: Xinhua A screen showing the listing of JD.com in Hong Kong outside the trading hall of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing on June 18. Photo: Xinhua
A screen showing the listing of JD.com in Hong Kong outside the trading hall of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing on June 18. Photo: Xinhua
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Kenneth Lee

Kenneth Lee

Kenneth Lee is head of global entity management services at TMF Hong Kong.