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It is of course rare for IPOs other than in the US to be priced outside of the price range.In the US, where pre-deal research is not allowed, institutional investors do not benefit from written reports offering the views of the underwriters’ analysts on where pricing should ideally be pitched.However, they hardly seem to send a signal of confidence at a time when the exchange has announced it is soon to amend its rules, to now allow companies to issue shares with weighted voting rights on its listing platform.Under the first guidance letter (published under reference HKEX-GL-90-18), issuers will now be allowed to price IPOs up to 10% below the bottom end of the indicative price range (or indicative offer price), provided that the range has a maximum width of 30% (which is, in any event, quite wide – and doesn’t provide much in terms of valuation guidance to investors).Conversely, in Asia (as well as in Europe), pre-deal research generally helps deals to be priced more accurately.Systematic re-pricing has also in recent years become one of the hallmarks of many US-listed tech IPOs, although, in boom times at least, these transactions have often been priced above, rather than below the range.Instead, getting rid of the clawback mechanism – a rigid practice that no other bourse uses – and allowing bookrunners (and issuers) to fully size and allocate IPOs as they think fit would probably result in healthier trading debuts.However, with many of HKEX’s 621 exchange trading participants catering almost exclusively to retail punters, this is unlikely to happen any time soon.
One is where the institutional tranche is undersubscribed, but the public offer fully or multiple times subscribed (quite frankly, a rather unlikely scenario).As a case in point, Facebook was initially marketed at a valuation of to per share, before the range itself was increased to to per share, with the final offer price ultimately set at (more than 35% above the bottom end of the initial price range! Conversely, HKEX is not now proposing that IPOs could be priced above the range.This would likely create insurmountable issues with the public offer, since retail investors pay in advance for their shares under a “hard underwritten” offer, and next benefit from a discount if the transaction is priced below the top end of the range (also to account for the difference between the number of shares applied for by them, and the allocation such investors ultimately receive).She taught a lot of people how to treat her and ya know what? We can choose who to work with in our businesses and if there is somebody that is causing more of a headache than they are worth, we simply can say “No thank you”. Remember this, business owner: We have all been desensitized to online slander at this point.If they are real assholes it may be worth it to say “Go Fuck Yourself” (GFY). We as customers know to screen the crazy one star biased reviews just as we screen too many 5 star reviews when looking at a business. The remaining 10% are people you probably don’t want visiting your business anyhow.