News - Asia: Asian issuers drive 2010 global IPO fundraising to historic heights

January 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jan2011, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to Ernst & Young LLP's Year-end Global IPO Update, Asian issuers have led 2010 global IPO fundraising to historic level. Asian issuers have raised 164.5 billion dollars so far and they make up 64 percent of total global IPO value so far in 2010. It is reported that Asia's economic growth and record-breaking debuts have led to a strong worldwide IPO recovery.


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