WSJ | Ex-Wives and Kids’ Schools: Digging for Dirt on Chinese Stocks Gets Personal

WSJ | Ex-Wives and Kids’ Schools: Digging for Dirt on Chinese Stocks Gets Personal

WSJ | Ex-Wives and Kids’ Schools: Digging for Dirt on Chinese Stocks Gets Personal 1200 675 Blackpeak

Sean Chen of our Hong Kong office shared an interesting war story from a past due diligence project in China with The Wall Street Journal.

From machine-learning software to befriending directors’ ex-wives, investors have been looking for new ways to conduct due diligence.

 

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