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Secrets to IPO Success for Chinese Companies
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Secrets to IPO Success for Chinese Companies
By Drew Bernstein on October 24, 2018

2018 has been a banner year for Chinese IPOs thus far, with 23 Chinese companies going public on the U.S. stock markets in the first nine months. In the technology sector, Chinese...

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Why Every Auditor Should Study Shenanigans
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Why Every Auditor Should Study Shenanigans
By Drew Bernstein on July 2, 2018

An Interview with Howard Schilit Howard Schilit is America’s foremost scholar of the accounting tricks that public companies use to make their financial performance appear more enticing...

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Jim Chanos Isn’t Short on Ideas: How a Famed Investor Sniffs Out Financial Fraud
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Jim Chanos Isn’t Short on Ideas: How a Famed Investor Sniffs Out Financial Fraud
By Drew Bernstein on December 14, 2017

More than eight years into the current stock market rally, professional equity bears have become an endangered species on Wall Street. And yet when I had the chance to sit down with famed...

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Reading Tea Among the China Watchers
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Reading Tea Among the China Watchers
By Drew Bernstein on October 27, 2017

Following the Party Congress, Is China on Path to Global Ascendancy or a Nasty Bust?

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How to Fail at Business Development
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How to Fail at Business Development
By Drew Bernstein on October 26, 2017

And Drive Any Professional Services Firm Into the Ground

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How to Deal with an Accounting Crisis
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How to Deal with an Accounting Crisis
By Drew Bernstein on October 16, 2017

Over the past twelve months, accounting scandals have tarnished some of the most illustrious corporate names and embarrassed some of the putatively smartest investors on Wall Street.

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New SEC Rule Allows All Companies to File Confidentially for IPOs
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New SEC Rule Allows All Companies to File Confidentially for IPOs
By Neil Pinchuk on October 12, 2017

Effective July 10, 2017, the Securities & Exchange Commission ("SEC") began allowing all companies to submit non-public, draft registration statements for initial public offerings ("IPOs")....

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SEC Steps Up Cooperation with HK SFC — Hong Kong in the Sights of U.S. Short-Selling Funds
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SEC Steps Up Cooperation with HK SFC — Hong Kong in the Sights of U.S. Short-Selling Funds
By Neil Pinchuk on August 29, 2017

Back in January of 2017, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) announceda significant expansion of its cooperation frameworkwith Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC),...

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Looming Demographic Crisis Will Fuel Boom in China Healthcare M&A
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Looming Demographic Crisis Will Fuel Boom in China Healthcare M&A
By Drew Bernstein on July 6, 2017

By Drew Bernstein In 2016 China emerged as the world’s most active player in cross-border M&A, with $225.4 billion of outbound deals, more than doubling the prior record of $102 billion in...

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The Challenges of Auditing Abroad
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