|Which market? An overview of regulatory listing requirements in London, New York and Hong Kong|
|MONEY TALK / Venture Finance / Saturday, 12 May 2012 12:15|
Having decided that a public offering is the next step in your company’s development, choosing 'where' to list is one of the next most important decisions to consider, whether you plan an initial public offering (IPO) or a secondary listing.
To help you determine which options are best for your company, we have developed this brochure which identifies the main regulatory requirements involved in a listing in some of the current leading global stock exchanges: London, New York and Hong Kong. This publication briefly highlights the differences between them regarding certain key admission criteria and continuing obligations.
PwC has experience of a wide range of international and domestic IPOs. We can help you evaluate the pros and cons up-front -- demystifying the process and preparing you for life as a public company. We invite you to contact us and learn more about how we can help.
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