Cash Technology Limited is a Xiamen-based manufacturer of self-service banking machines, touchscreens and related software. The company was spending on its IPO on the Singapore Exchange. The proceeds from the IPO would help the medium, corporate and private companies secure their position in the growing Chinese market for ATMs and related equipment. With six weeks prior to the IPO, the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer left attemp … Read more »

Cash Technology Limited is a Xiamen-based manufacturer of self-service banking machines, touchscreens and related software. The company was spending on its IPO on the Singapore Exchange. The proceeds from the IPO would help the medium, corporate and private companies secure their position in the growing Chinese market for ATMs and related equipment. With six weeks before the IPO, left, tries the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, appreciate their business through various methods and assess the adequacy of the issue price of the IPO manager suggested. The case challenges students to to examine the attractiveness and value of a company from the perspective of the issuer and potential investors, and can also be the opportunity for students to develop a strategy for communicating with institutional investors.
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Larry Wynant,
Nigel Goodwin
Source: Ivey Publishing
19 pages.
Release Date: 13 January 2006. Prod #: 906N06-PDF-ENG
Cash Technology Limited: A Chinese IPO in Singapore HBR case solution

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