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DeHeng Law Offices
A股分拆科创板上市的监管要点探析 ——以A股、港股分拆/类分拆科创板为视角
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
Duff and Phelps
In this edition of Valuation Insights, we look at regulatory changes, report releases and market trends from the third quarter of 2019.
King & Capital Law Firm
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
Han Kun Law Offices
King & Wood Mallesons
King & Wood Mallesons acted as the PRC legal counsel for the six lead underwriters in Alibaba's U.S. listing.
Dacheng Law Offices
It is relatively common for foreign investors to employ the vehicle of dormant investment when they come to invest in China.
Jingtian & Gongcheng
To list in Hong Kong or Singapore, class B common shares need to be converted to all other common shares to qualify.
Foley & Lardner
In a reverse merger transaction, an existing "shell company" — which is a public reporting company with few or no operations — acquires a private operating company with a viable business — usually one that is seeking access to funding in the U.S. capital markets (Chinese reverse merger or CRM).
Foley & Lardner
A reverse merger often is perceived to be a quicker and cheaper method of "going public" than an IPO.
Smith & Williamson
The rapid expansion of China’s economy, privatisation of state-owned enterprises, deregulation of previously restricted industries and increased M&A activity have led to a significant increase in the number of Chinese companies listing overseas.
Minter Ellison
In a move to increase share supply to help deflate the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock-exchange bubble, China's securities regulator, CSRC, has finalised provisional rules for Hong Kong-listed red chip enterprises to return home and list on the A-share market.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
The past twelve months have seen a tremendous increase in the number of China-based private companies and PRC state-owned companies accessing the U.S. capital markets, including Hurray! Holding Co., Ltd. and Linktone Ltd., which Morrison & Foerster LLP represented in their global IPOs and concurrent NASDAQ listings, and KongZhong, in which Morrison & Foerster LLP represented the lead underwriter UBS Investment Bank.
Simmons & Simmons
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