I was back in RTHK 3′s Admiralty studio this morning for a live radio interview in the “Money for Nothing” programme, hosted by anchor Bryan Curtis.
“More relevant template from Malaysia”
I am the author of IPO: A Global Guide and refer to Enoch Yiu’s White Collar column (“Fresh reminder of need to end muddle over HKEx roles”, October 1). She said “London and Singapore have long ago brought in independent regulators to be involved in the listing approval process for companies undergoing IPOs”.
Global IPO volume stood at US$99.1 billion (587 deals) in the first nine months of 2013, up 12% on the same 2012 period (US$88.2 billion) and the highest first nine months since 2011 (US$142.7 billion). [Statistics and some of the commentaries from Dealogic]