Janus Henderson chief insists dual-class listings in Hong Kong must have solid corporate governance standards

Hong Kong’s new listing reforms, due to kick-start later this month, are likely to attract more technology firms to list on its stock exchange – but only as long as the authorities can provide appropriate investor protection measures, the head of …
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