October 19, 2021

Hong Kong IPO Handbook 2021

Published by Asian Legal Business, a Thomson Reuters company

 

The ALB Hong Kong IPO handbook 2021 provides guidance to companies on solving the variety of issues they will face in their listing journey in Hong Kong.

The IPO Handbook features a number of requirements that a company needs to address during its listings journeys, with advice provided by experts who have been offering IPO-related services for many years and have the most up-to-date knowhow.

Topics include:
  • Key requirements for a listing in Hong Kong
  • Chapter 18A and other guidance
  • The IPO application process
  • Selecting your financial printer, due diligence service provider and receiving bank, among others
  • Selecting the right data room platform for your IPO
  • Choosing your offshore listing vehicle
  • Post-listing compliance obligations

 

 

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