September 1, 2015
Competing for Capital: Transparency in Chinese Businesses
The last year has been an arduous time for Chinese companies listed in the U.S. As a whole, the group has had to mitigate the global economic crisis, financial accounting scandals among several Chinese entities, and multiple short seller attacks against opaque or hard to understand Chinese businesses. Even top-performing Chinese companies continue to struggle with restoring investor trust and remaining a top contender in the competition for capital.
Now, it is up to Chinese companies to repair the fragile confidence of investors, while concurrently attracting shareholder interest. In the following whitepaper, FTI Consulting outlines how Chinese companies in the U.S. may overcome recent obstacles and recover their position as appealing opportunities for investment. By distinguishing themselves from the group, generating more acceptable valuations, and strengthening behavior and practices surrounding investor relations, reparations can begin to be made with now-skittish investors. In acknowledging and reacting to the profound demand from the investment community for increased transparency and exposure, these companies may garner investor interest once more.
Click the links below to read the white paper on www.fticonsulting.com: