The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) is continuing with its LSE charming in spite of the LSE rejects. The London Stock Exchange Board has rejected the 32 billion pounds offer from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. According to LSE, it is committed to its own deal, the 27 billion pounds acquisition of data and trading group Refinitiv and with its co-operation with Shanghai Stock Exchange.
HKEX has met several financial authorises in the markets to discuss about the offer and in order to overcome the mentioned political and governance risks related to the HKEX offer.
According to Financial Times, the HKEX has time until the 9th of October if they will continue with the offer.