Rob Koepp, author of “Betting on China”, discusses for The Edge Singapore, July 30, 2012, the unloved Chinese companies whose stocks are listed in the US, Canada, Australia and London, considering that these companies should be brought home, privatised and re-listed.
The Edge Singapore, Betting on China 30 Jul 2012
Rob Koepp is a trilingual (English, Chinese, and Japanese) author and consultant based in Beijing. Rob knows a thing or two about what makes the global economy work. With a career spanning the worlds of commentary and execution in management, economics, finance, and public policy, Rob advises on and writes about a variety of organizations and industries as well as challenges and opportunities for building multi-cultural collaboration. His first book compares models for innovation and entrepreneurship found in California’s Silicon Valley and Europe’s Silicon Fen; his latest book looks at the dynamics of globalization from the perspective of Chinese firms that list on US stock markets.
Rob currently operates as a consultant in Beijing. Rob works with both Western and Asian companies to help them develop interconnected markets, to help them raise funds and to utilize a bank of global capital, and to advise them how to invest their funds so they can produce the greatest possible returns.
With Betting on China: Chinese Stocks, American Stock Markets, and the Wagers on a New Dynamic in Global Capitalism Rob provides a new perspective on how China’s economy (past, present and future) operates in real time- and how the bets placed by international investors form the day-to-day operations of these rising giants of business.