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High-Tech Board Publishes ‘Common Problems’ It’s Seen in Applications So Far

By Zhao Runhua / Apr 24, 2019 12:05 PM / Finance

Photo: VCG

Photo: VCG

Applications to be listed on China’s new high-tech board are getting speedy reviews, but receiving the green light for an actual IPO won’t come easy.

The Shanghai Stock Exchange, where the new Science and Technology Innovation Board is housed, has just announced some “common problems” in the prospectuses they’ve seen so far.

These include:

—the lack of a clear and comprehensive explanation on the companies' technology and innovation

—vague explanation of business models

—insufficient acknowledgment of potential operational and technological risks

—unprofessional document formats

The regulator also criticized some prospectuses' “unfriendly” language, such as tech jargon and “marketing-like” expressions.

As of Tuesday, the exchange has so far accepted 90 high-tech board applications, and sent notices that it is reviewing 72 applicants.

Related: High-Tech Board Applications Getting Speedy Reviews

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