Hong Kong Tests the Waters with SPAC IPOs
By Nathan Handwerker
In its approach to SPAC listings, Hong Kong seeks to uphold its reputation for high quality investing while also remaining a competitive financial hub for Greater Chinese and other Asian companies.
The Litmus Test for Hong Kong’s Financial Future
By Thomas Chan
The fate of Hong Kong’s most popular fund will be a critical bellwether for the city’s ability to keep its status as a global financial hub.
Hong Kong Is Still an Irreplaceable Financial Gateway for China
By Simon Shen
Hong Kong is still China’s financial gateway to the world. What happens if the West pulls back?
China’s Savings Glut Turns to Asia
By Anthony Fensom
Asia is the primary beneficiary of China's global buying spree, even as Beijing tries to stem the outflow of funds.