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New Research Report for Chinese Private Companies on IPOMarkets in China, New York and Hong Kong
China First Capital’s report is first with detailed analysis specifically for Chineseentrepreneurs, to lower risks and improve the success rate of IPO
SHENZHEN: China is now the world’s largest and most active IPO market in the world.For Chinese entrepreneurs, there has never been a better time to become a publicly-tradedcompany. China First Capital has just published the first comprehensive research report onIPO markets for China SME in China and abroad. The report, titled "
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analyzes advantages and disadvantages for Chinese Small andMedium Enterprises (SME) of IPO in China, Hong Kong, USA and other stock markets. It can be downloaded from CFC website, www.chinafirstcapital.com “Our report is for Chinese entrepreneurs, to give them the facts, perspective and tools tomake the best choice of where to IPO”, explains CFC Chairman Peter Fuhrman. “For most entrepreneurs, deciding where and when to IPO will be the biggest decision they ever makefor their business. We understand this, and based on our work as investment bankers tomany of China’s leading SME, we want this report to help make the IPO decision-making process more fact-based, more successful for entrepreneurs.”CFC is one of the leading specialist investment banks and advisory companies. Its clients areexclusively Chinese SME. CFC assists these companies with pre-IPO private equity capital,M&A and capital markets advisory. Its business is built on deep understanding of
challenges and opportunities. According to the CFC research report, there are three key differences between a domestic oroffshore IPO (principally on Hong Kong or US Stock Exchanges) for Chinese SME. Theyare:1.
Valuation, p/e multiples2.
IPO approval process – cost and timing of planning an IPO3.
Accounting and tax rules