This case describes the various instruments designed to facilitate investment in foreign companies, says American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and cross-border deals have. It describes the different types of ADRs and the regulatory requirements of foreign companies must fulfill to their shares on U.S. exchanges list. It examines the development of cross-border deals, and recent developments, such as Global Registered Shares. It also reviews the academic research on … Read more »

This case describes the various instruments designed to facilitate investment in foreign companies, says American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and cross-border deals have. It describes the different types of ADRs and the regulatory requirements of foreign companies must fulfill to their shares on U.S. exchanges list. It examines the development of cross-border deals, and recent developments, such as Global Registered Shares. It also reviews the academic research on the motives for cross-border offers and information about leaders views on the advantages and disadvantages of cross-border deals.
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Mihir A. Desai,
Kathleen Luchs,
Mark F. Veblen,
Ami Dave
Maria Raga Frances
30 pages.
Release Date: 20, January 2004. Prod #: 204022-PDF-ENG
Cross-Border Listings and Depositary Receipts HBR case solution

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