ACGA Blog: Hong Kong: H shares and the new class struggle


Hong Kong is to end the ability of holders of H shares to have a separate vote where their rights could be varied or taken away. The Stock Exchange asserts that these shareholders are no longer a distinct class due to recent regulatory changes in the PRC. Yet these same shareholders will be able to behave and vote as a separate class on the delisting or privatisation of H shares. Read more about the regulatory paradox in our latest blog.