Opinion: No shame in pulling IPOs, so give them a go

Asia’s stock markets have plummeted over the last two months, forcing several companies to scrap planned IPOs and making bankers worry that the year is effectively over. But there are still likely to be small windows of opportunity, and bankers should have the courage to attempt new listings before the end of the year. After all, in markets this bad, there is little stigma to pulling a deal.

  • 12 Oct 2011
Asia’s stock markets have performed appallingly in the last few months. In that context, few bankers could be blamed for pulling deals. But more than that — they should not let that put them off. In spite of all the pessimism out there about likely volumes between now ...

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