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In recent years, there have been constant speculations about when several mutual financial companies will go public.At this moment, flowers, applause, and spotlights are dazzling.
Compared with the New York Stock Exchange, the threshold for domestic listing is much higher.However, people in the industry have also raised questions: Is it a bit hasty to collectively seek listing at this time of tightening regulation and a cold capital winter? 02 "Fast and good" "Although the industry generally believes that 2013 is the first year of Internet finance But in fact, companies preparing to go public now have been struggling for a long time,” Xia Yi believes.For a time, Internet finance seemed to have swept through the "IPO wave."
After the incident was exposed, the China Securities Regulatory Commission delivered the "Administrative Punishment Decision" and "Market Prohibition Decision" to Xintai Electric, initiated the compulsory delisting procedure for Xintai Electric, and took measures against Xintai Electric's actual controller and chairman Wen Deyi. Lifetime ban from the securities market.In addition, companies without a license are basically unable to be listed in the country.
"During the entire listing process, a company has to go through two mirrors," Xia Yi believes, "one is before the listing, and during the IPO process, various intermediary agencies will review the company.
The first hard threshold is to achieve "three consecutive years of profitability" - most companies cannot exceed this threshold.An e-commerce boss yelled at Bi Sheng on his micro blog after he was drunk because his employees had seen the video of Bi Sheng's speech and resigned the next day.as like as two peas in the market, &ldquo, I was very impressed.
"In 2011, Letao.com was at its peak, and its website visits and sales ranked first in the domestic footwear market. However, its CEO, Bi Sheng, made the above remarks at China Europe Business School. .Then everyone saw that those who sell goods on the Internet, such as Aokang and Nike, made money because they only do business.
Bi Sheng said, "JD.com has US$1.5 billion in its account, but I don't have that much money, so I can't be the second JD.com."Bi Sheng also thought this way before, believing that as long as the scale is large enough, logistics costs, warehousing costs, and market costs can be shared equally, leaving a certain profit margin.