Webinar: Latest capital market update and listing of new economy companies
Event Code : 20200629

Highlights

In this webinar, Edward Au, Deloitte China Southern region managing partner and co-leader of the National Public Offering Group is going to talk about the performance of the global and HK capital markets in the first half of 2020. He will also cover the listing trends for new economy companies in Hong Kong that are to be shaped by developments of the technology sector, capital market reforms and developments and abundant market liquidity. This will enable Hong Kong to emerge as a key listing venue in Asia for new economies.

Other topics that will be discussed include:

  1. Macro-economic and geopolitical developments that set the stage for this year's capital market
  2. The latest performance of global and Hong Kong IPO markets
  3. Latest regulatory measures that support listings of new economy companies in the Hong Kong and A-share markets
  4. Outlook for new economy companies to list in Hong Kong

Speaker(s)

Edward Au is Deloitte China Southern Region managing partner. He is responsible for Deloitte China's offices in Southern China, which encompasses Hong Kong SAR, Changsha, Guangzhou, Hainan, Macau SAR, Shenzhen and Xiamen, and with a focus on the development of the practice in the Greater Bay Area. He drives service and practice transformation, fosters talent development and expands the Firm’s presence across the region.

He is also co-leader of the Firm’s National Public Offering Group and has been involved in various debt and equity offering activities in Hong Kong, the US, and Singapore. He is one of the firm’s spokespeople on IPOs and a frequent speaker at external seminars.

Edward has been a partner of Deloitte China since 2003 with extensive experience in auditing multinational corporations, public companies and enterprises in Hong Kong, Singapore, the US, and the Chinese Mainland.

Date:
2020-06-29
Time:
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Language:
Cantonese
CPD Hours:
2.0 Hours
Fee:
HK$100
Deadline:
2020-06-29
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