September 18, 2014
interviewed Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference LLP's senior partner Gregory Sichenzia for two recent articles on Alibaba's upcoming initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. Asked about what Alibaba's offering could mean for the general US market, Sichenzia responded "This may signify a born-again trust in Chinese companies, at least in the big bulge-bracket scale. What we're hoping to see is that Alibaba does restore some confidence in investing in Chinese companies."
CNBC asked how Alibaba's corporate domicile in the Cayman Islands could potentially affect investors to which Sichenzia weighed in: "If things go bad, the claim is against the Cayman company. For an investor, it could be very frustrating to enforce your rights."
To read the full articles, visit "Three things that could go wrong with Alibaba IPO"
and "Alibaba won't pull page from Facebook IPO, but is it safe?"