Banks Said to Split From Investors on Hong Kong’s IPO OverhaulBy and
Fund companies support proposal citing investor protection
Opponents fear regulatory over reach and added costs
A plan to change how Hong Kong’s initial public offerings are screened is pitting the city’s securities firms against some of the world’s biggest money managers.
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