Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Not Without Challenges

The recently approved trading link is the second Stock Connect with Hong Kong, following Shanghai.

Ting Kau Bridge in Hong Kong

The recently announced approval of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, which will allow non-mainland investors to trade in shares listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, will likely come with its own challenges.

Some worry it might mirror the first link between Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Shanghai Stock Exchange, the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, which has been up and running since Nov. 17, 2014.

Matthew Chan, head of trade processing and middle office services for Asia-Pacific at the

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