Hong Kong financial regulators are planning to restrict retail investors’ access to Special Purpose Acquisitions Companies (SPACs), as the city prepares to put a framework for the listing of the vehicles to public consultation. Under the proposals, only professional investors with assets of HK$8 million or above will be able to participate in the primary and secondary market for SPACs,…
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