China is now experiencing an “emerging” and “transitional” economy, and businesses are growing rapidly through innovation. Obtaining sufficient capital is vital in order to achieve sustainable growth, and this is where capital markets and financing play an important role. A lot of companies have recognised that capital markets is essential to their continuous development. They may face a lot of challenges, such as regulatory requirements, concerns of investors, competitors, change of accounting standards, complexity of the transactions, etc.
In the following episodes of the Capital Markets 360°, we will cover different topics including IPO readiness, planning of transactional structure, share incentive scheme planning, complex financial instruments, key focus on due diligence and responding to adoption of new accounting standards.
In this video, Eddie Wong, Capital Markets Services Partner of PwC Hong Kong, and Shelley So, Accounting Consulting Services Partner of PwC Hong Kong share the challenges that a company may face when operating in the capital markets, and how PwC can provide support during different phases.
In this video, George Yuen, Capital Markets Services Partner of PwC China, and Geoffrey Tang, Capital Markets Services Director of PwC Hong Kong share the capital market strategy of Chinese fast growing technology and unicorn companies.
There are several new accounting standards under IFRS that are going to be implemented in 2018/19, namely the IFRS 9 “Financial instrument”, IFRS 15 “Revenue from contracts with customers” and IFRS 16 “Lease”.
In this video, Shelley So, Partner, and Lisa Zhang, Director, from Accounting Consulting Services of PwC Hong Kong share about the impact that these new standards will bring to companies and how they should respond.
In this video, Lisa Zhang, Director, and Jason Li, Senior Manager, from Accounting Consulting Services of PwC Hong Kong share what companies should look out for when choosing and designing complex financial instruments.