Kai Fang

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The appeal for unlisted companies is more obvious than for already-listed companies, especially for the non-giants. If your market cap exceeds $10 billion, your liquidity and valuation is global. If you're looking at some companies that have relatively low liquidity in the U.S., then the dual listing could make sense. The Hong Kong stock exchange is trying to find a way to lure some companies that might originally achieve a premium valuation in Hong Kong, but due to the voting rights issue they choose to list somewhere else.feedback
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Jun 20 2017
Kai Fang has most recently been quoted in an article called HK's new board seen a big draw for startups, not secondary listings. Kai Fang said, “The appeal for unlisted companies is more obvious than for already-listed companies, especially for the non-giants. If your market cap exceeds $10 billion, your liquidity and valuation is global. If you're looking at some companies that have relatively low liquidity in the U.S., then the dual listing could make sense. The Hong Kong stock exchange is trying to find a way to lure some companies that might originally achieve a premium valuation in Hong Kong, but due to the voting rights issue they choose to list somewhere else.”.
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