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  • BofA adds to TMT team in Hong Kong

    BofA adds to TMT team in Hong Kong

    Bank of America has hired a Hong Kong-based director in its technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) team, GlobalCapital has learnt.

  • China tightens Star market listing rules

    China tightens Star market listing rules

    The Chinese securities regulator and the Shanghai bourse have boosted requirements on Star market IPO candidates’ technology credentials, banning the listing of financial and investment companies and tightening scrutiny on financial technology firms.

  • Ant unveils business overhaul plan as Beijing tightens screws

    Ant unveils business overhaul plan as Beijing tightens screws

    Chinese financial technology company Ant Group Co will transform itself into a financial holding company as part of a government mandated restructuring that will affect its key payments, consumer lending and wealth management businesses.

  • Kangde Xin gets the boot from Shenzhen bourse

    Kangde Xin gets the boot from Shenzhen bourse

    Defaulted bond issuer Kangde Xin Composite Material Co is expected to be delisted from the stock exchange of Shenzhen next month, a move that will end an over two year probe by Chinese regulators into the company.

  • Megvii sets Rmb6bn Star CDR listing in motion

    Megvii sets Rmb6bn Star CDR listing in motion

    Alibaba Group Holding-backed artificial intelligence company Megvii Technology has officially filed for a Rmb6bn ($922m) listing of Chinese depository receipts on Shanghai’s Nasdaq-style Star board.

  • Shenzhen stock move step in right direction for China

    Shenzhen stock move step in right direction for China

    Chinese regulators have made a long overdue move to reduce the number of boards at the Shenzhen stock exchange. That points to a greater commitment towards streamlining the country’s sometimes confounding capital markets.

  • China moves ahead with delisting reform

    China moves ahead with delisting reform

    The stock exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen have introduced new regulations to forcibly delist companies, fast-tracking the process and giving more clarity about the various scenarios that can push firms to exit the bourses. There are loopholes, however, and the true impact of the regime on China’s equities market will probably be limited, writes Addison Gong.

  • Shanghai, Shenzhen launch delisting reform

    Shanghai, Shenzhen launch delisting reform

    The stock exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen have heeded increasing calls from the market for a revision to their delisting rules by introducing tougher measures and a faster process to remove companies from their bourse.

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