Reversing Chinese Reverse Mergers

Law360, New York (November 7, 2011, 6:07 PM EST) -- Over 150 Chinese companies have gone public in the United States without undergoing a traditional initial public offering by way of a reverse merger. The reverse merger provides a quicker and cheaper method for Chinese companies to go public and achieve access to the U.S. capital markets without having to be subject to the lengthy and exhaustive registration process of an underwritten IPO.

Despite the excitement to invest in China and initial success of Chinese companies that have executed a reverse merger to go public in...
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