If the IPO of Kinghero group is any indicator then the model is working just fine. The list of companies from China on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange has grown to include Joyou AG, a manufacturer of sanitary wares, High Wing PLC inc., Euro Asia premier real estate company and biotechnology. These are all enjoying robust trading on the exchange.
In 2010 seven new companies representing such industries as greentech, high tech-engineering, health care, real estate and a host of other more traditional companies have filed IPO’s on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Deutsche Borse business model and philosophy seems to be working well in the favor of these companies. Deutsche Borse believes strongly in liquidity and connecting financial giants with budding industry worldwide. They employ a unique approach, supporting their new listers, in every stage of the process. From the very first filing, all the way through their first year as a lister they are given every advantage the 400-year-old company has in its arsenal. It is really a one-stop shop for all a company’s needs when they are going from private to public.
The Deutsche Borse Group is one of the world’s oldest and most respected trading platforms in the world. It boasts products and services for issuers, intermediaries, investors and data vendors. The AG group covers the process from start to finish. It starts with trading and goes straight through the clearing house, settlement and securities custody. Recently the company has included a Chinese website with all the information about its Frankfurt Listings.
The introduction of the Chinese business is being hailed as a shot in the arm for the global economy. Renewing vitality and overall sustainability to a lot of ailing economies. The trade forum held recently in Shanghai was focused on integrating the Chinese businesses into the mainstream of European and other western cultures. Marketing the business to middle class consumers all around the globe. This added trade also helped the Euro regain some of its buying power. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange seems to be the number one choice for Chinese businesses going public these days. The definite benefits of the hands on approach and the low cost for filing has made it a win-win for all concerned.