Listing of Overseas Companies

The SFC and the Exchange have published a “Joint Policy Statement Regarding the Listing of Overseas Companies” ("JPS").  The aim of the JPS is to further facilitate the listing of overseas companies by providing certainty, reducing unnecessary regulatory burden and expense and, at the same time, preserving Hong Kong’s reputation for high standards of regulation, investor protection and corporate governance.

This “Listing of Overseas Companies” corner contains all of our guidance on this subject.   
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Understanding the Risks of Investing in Overseas Issuers
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Joint Policy Statement Regarding the Listing of Overseas Companies (Updated on 30 April 2018)
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D List of Acceptable Overseas Jurisdictions
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Depositary Receipt Framework (HDR)
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Company Information Sheets
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Understanding the Stock Short Name
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Stock Code Allocation Plan
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D FAQs
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Securities Admission into CCASS
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Template for Acceptable Jurisdiction Application
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Alternative Procedures for U.S. “Domestic Issuers” within the Meaning of the U.S. Securities Act with an Offering of a Security Subject to Regulation S (“Regulation S Securities”)
B02A24241D934714AD273561037F6D6D Explanation of Restrictions to Regulation S Securities of Companies Listed on the Exchange