Investors must be cautious toward world's biggest IPO
Assistant vice president, business strategy at Cogencis Information Services, Ltd.
PREMIUM Nine months ago Snapchat, the camera messaging company, came out with its IPO. Seeing its filing to prospective investors, there was little doubt that the young promoters of the company were carried away in their illusions of grandeur. Its investment bankers had hyped the issue admirably across various channels. As someone who spent his initial years in investment banking and financial media, I...
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