Chief executive thanks staff and regulator and makes festive wish for help on the football pitch
The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
Limited (HKEx) chief executive Charles Li has published a
'Letter to Santa’ at the end of a "breakthrough"
year for the exchange.
In the blog post, Li said the exchange
continued to mull changes to its listing rules following
discussions with its member community.
The exchange lost out on the initial
public offering of the high-profile Chinese e-commerce firm,
Alibaba Group during the year, a low point amid a year of
positives, Li said.
Heavy media speculation at the time
suggested that Alibaba would select HKEx for its IPO, but the
exchange lost out to New York where dual-class share structures
that give different voting rights to varied owners are
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