Jianbin Gao of PwC China explains how recent changes in Hong Kong's stock exchange are attracting China's unicorns.
The first six months of this year saw 11 Chinese companies failing to pay the principal or interest on 20 bonds worth a total of 19.9 billion yuan ($3 billion), according to Reuters. It's set to get worse in coming months.
Ringo Choi of EY says the second half of 2018 is expected to be "very, very busy" for Hong Kong's stock exchange.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Xiaomi is a "very energetic" company and is likely to focus on growth in emerging markets such as India.
Francis Lun of GEO Securities says there is a real push to get leading Chinese technology companies listed on the mainland.
Hong Kong Airlines is looking to raise around $990 million through the issue of new shares and convertible bonds, Reuters reported.
Neil Shah of Counterpoint Research says Lenovo needs to move away from its reliance on personal computers and smartphones.
Matthew Chamberlain of the London Metal Exchange also discusses how his organization could contribute to the wider strategy of its parent company, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing.
Rakesh Patel of HSBC and David Roche of Independent Strategy discuss China's Greater Bay Area initiative.
Jamie Allen of the Asian Corporate Governance Association says the effort to get more big-ticket listings on Hong Kong's stock exchange by allowing dual-class shares has more cons than pros and could set a standard for other countries.
Alexious Lee of CLSA says investors will have to observe how reforms in China's equity space will play out "in the next one to two months."
New listing rules for Hong Kong's stock exchange may result in some new biotech listing applications coming as early as May, says Benson Wong of PwC Hong Kong.
Investors are looking for bigger tech names to list on Hong Kong's stock exchange under the new rules, says Irene Chu of KPMG China.
Charles Li of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing says access to capital is critical for highly-regulated companies developing drugs.
Tencent President Martin Lau announced plans to "aggressively" spend on new investments, including in video and payments.
Charles Li of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing says that protection for minority shareholders is paramount in looking at a dual-class structure.
Ronald Wan of Partners Capital International says Hong Kong's position as an IPO destination will be threatened as companies choose to list in Shanghai or New York.
The price entry point for Nissin will be key for investors, says Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities Group.
Singapore is a lead market for offshore iron ore futures, but "there may be more than one" heavyweight ahead, says Michael Syn of the Singapore Exchange.
If earnings from heavily-weighted Hong Kong-listed banks are strong, the market could trade higher, says Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities Group.