Delisting and the Future of Chinese Companies on US Exchanges
Monday, December 6th 4:00 – 5:00 pm GMT
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This week, the SEC announced rules for implementing the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, which could ultimately lead to Chinese companies delisting from US exchanges within three years. Simultaneously, Didi, a Chinese ride-hailing company, announced they would leave the US either by going private/buying back their NYSE listed shares or having their US listing removed after relisting in Hong Kong.
KraneShares CIO Brendan Ahern and Head of International Dr. Xiaolin Chen will answer investors' questions on these issues, the future of US-listed Chinese companies, and China's internet sector.
Brendan Ahern joined KraneShares in June 2012 to head the firm’s efforts in becoming the leading provider of China-focused exchange traded funds (ETFs) and Chinese investment education for US clients. Since early 2001, Brendan worked for one of the largest global ETF providers where he was an original member of the business development team. His “from the ground up” experience at a global ETF provider allowed him to become intimately acquainted with all aspects of the business. His expertise spans product development, marketing, branding, business strategy, operations, portfolio management, trading, and client execution.
Xiaolin is a Managing Director and the Head of International at KraneShares based out of the United Kingdom. Xiaolin oversees investment solutions and strategy efforts and manages the firm’s business outside of the United States. She has extensive experience in both London and New York developing and managing investment solutions to help clients meet a wide range of investment targets and objectives. Xiaolin has covered clients across EMEA, Asia, and the United States and has in-depth onshore and offshore multi-asset investment solution knowledge.