Chief executive Eddie Yue highlights the urgency of providing greener banking system, and explains how Hong Kong could help Chinese green bonds issuers.
Greater China investors plan to increase exposure to exchange-traded funds, a new report finds, as HKEX waives fixed-income ETF fees and lists first ETF cross-listing with Shanghai.
Despite eye-watering returns, there are strong signs that Spacs have reached a tipping point even as Singapore and Hong Kong weigh listings.
Hong Kong stock exchange’s new regime permitting companies with dual-class shares to list came into effect on April 30. We asked four experts about the pros and cons of this change.
Instead of a joint SFC-HKEx committee to rule on listings and develop policy, itself a compromise, investors are left with a consultative panel that lacks any formal powers.
The Hong Kong Investment Funds Association is firmly against stock exchange proposals to allow dual-class share structures. But asset managers are divided on the issue.