Rapid economic growth, changes in government policies and the opening of markets have led to a rise in Asian companies going public – with many seeking access to US capital markets. A newly listed company in the US will experience greater scrutiny than ever before. Wall Street analysts, investors, media and bloggers will all be looking for a compelling growth story as well as credible management, good governance and transparency in accounting.

ICR’s Asia Pacific team has the in-depth knowledge and experience to bridge the cultural communications gap between Asia-based management teams and US capital markets constituents. We offer Asian clients a fully integrated communications approach encompassing both investor and media relations to ensure unified strategy, execution and messaging. Our solutions provide transparency into a client’s business performance and thorough disclosures about operations to gain the Street’s trust and unlock the full value potential of the business. We draw on broad and deep relationships to top tier US media with programs that enable companies to build strong and familiar brands in the US. And we provide around-the-clock coverage and market updates to Asia-based management teams to help ensure the effectiveness of their US capital markets communications efforts.


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