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After jointly authoring with Syren Johnstone the study manual for the IPO sponsor examinations in Hong Kong earlier this year (published by the Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute in September – and in October for the Chinese version), I have just signed a publishing contract with a major academic, scholarship and business publisher based in the UK (but with offices world-wide) for my new book, which should be out in the summer of 2014.
A sponsor firm and its management are responsible for ensuring that staff undertaking sponsor work as Principals and Representatives are licensed and meet the sponsor guidelines. Under the new IPO sponsor regime coming into force on 1 October 2013, there are now three distinct routes through which staff working as Principals on IPO transactions where their firm has been appointed in the role of sponsor can be licensed.