China’s economic growth has been a steady, gradual process, generating significant economic benefits for both China and the UK. The past three decades of policy and economic reforms have enabled China’s rapid ascension to the global stage. Sitting at the heart of the global financial community, London Stock Exchange Group are delighted to have supported this.
The latest vehicle for that co-operation is the Shanghai-London Stock Connect.
The Global Equity Segment (GES) is the latest innovation from London Stock Exchange. With GES, investors are able to trade global securities, including certain US blue chips and US-listed Chinese ADRs such as Alibaba, Baidu and Futu, during London hours.
Using the well-established CREST Depository Interest (CDI) workflow allows investors to trade and settle international securities in London quickly, cheaply and efficiently.
Moving CDIs efficiently between markets allows for cross-border execution and settlement within a t+2 settlement cycle. Investors can buy securities in London and sell in New York on the same day during regular trading hours.
LSEGs world-leading index and analytics business, FTSE Russell, has a strong track record in developing Chinese market indexes; FTSE Russell China benchmarks have become widely recognised by investors and issuers globally as a leading measure of the Chinese equity market.
A-shares are included in FTSE Russell’s global equity benchmarks; a reflection of China’s remarkable ascent and the great progress that has been made in Chinese equity capital markets.
London Stock Exchange welcomes One Heritage Group PLC (“One Heritage”) to trading on the Main Market by the way of a standard listing. The Group undertakes developments to create self-contained apartments while also refurbishing existing residential properties to create Co-living accommodation. It listed on 23 December 2020 having successfully raised £930,000 through a subscription and placemen
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Huatai Financial Holdings (Hong Kong) Limited (“Huatai Financial”), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Shanghai, Hong Kong and London listed Huatai Securities Co., Ltd. (“Huatai Securities”), as the first Registered Market Maker from Asia on London Stock Exchange.
Founded in 1991, Huatai Securities is a leading securities group headquartered in Nanji
London Stock Exchange today welcomes SDIC Power Holdings, a leading power generation company in China, to open London’s markets for trading. The occasion marks the successful listing of the Company’s GDRs, utilising the Shanghai-London Stock Connect segment of the Exchange’s Main Market.
SDIC Power operates a diversified portfolio of projects across hydropower, coal-fired power, wind
Head of Asia Pacific Primary Markets, London Stock Exchange plc
Head of China, International Markets
Head of APAC Business Development, Cash Secondary Markets & UK Account Coverage