A convenient catalyst to a healthy correction in Hong Kong is a poison pill in the Big Apple.
Apparently not in Hong Kong, anyway.
But Noel Quinn’s not a political man so he’d rather not get in to the obvious implications of that choice.
Not a fan of Beijing’s heavy hand? No wealth management services for you!
For real this time, you guys. He’s staking his fortune and reputation on it.
Probably not enough to keep them in Hong Kong going forward.
What’s normally just gross was briefly high comedy for Solitude Capital Management’s Joel Werner.
Let the brewing giant show you how it’s not done.
What's a little light rendition when you've got a serious question?
At a time when U.S. exchanges seem to have lost the capacity to competently manage an initial public offering, one might expect Hong Kong's securities honchos to sense an opening. They have apparently gotten a different message.