HKEX’s average daily turnover of last year was 20 times larger than the Singapore Exchange, and more than 25 times that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Photo: Reuters HKEX’s average daily turnover of last year was 20 times larger than the Singapore Exchange, and more than 25 times that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Photo: Reuters
HKEX’s average daily turnover of last year was 20 times larger than the Singapore Exchange, and more than 25 times that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Photo: Reuters
Jianggan Li
Opinion

Opinion

Jianggan Li

Hong Kong isn’t a top destination for Southeast Asian tech IPOs. Here’s why it should be

  • The likes of Grab and Traveloka are mulling US listings, but Hong Kong’s size and tech-stocks experience give it an advantage over exchanges in Singapore and Indonesia
  • With Chinese capital now increasingly involved in private tech deals in Southeast Asia, the groundwork has been laid to benefit both the city and the region’s tech ecosystem

HKEX’s average daily turnover of last year was 20 times larger than the Singapore Exchange, and more than 25 times that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Photo: Reuters HKEX’s average daily turnover of last year was 20 times larger than the Singapore Exchange, and more than 25 times that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Photo: Reuters
HKEX’s average daily turnover of last year was 20 times larger than the Singapore Exchange, and more than 25 times that of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Photo: Reuters
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Jianggan Li

Jianggan Li

Jianggan Li is the founder and CEO of Momentum Works, a Singapore-headquartered venture outfit. He previously co-founded Easy Taxi in Asia, and served as managing director of Foodpanda. He holds an MBA from INSEAD and a degree in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University. Apart from English and his native Mandarin, he is also fluent in French and conversational in Cantonese and Spanish.