February 14, 2013
Drew Bernstein, Co-Managing Partner of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk, Quoted in Next Insight Article "Chinese Firms 60-70% Undervalued on Credibility Issues"
By Andrew Vanburen
S-CHIPS MAKE up nearly a fifth of Singapore listcos.
But despite their troubled history of late, an influential New York accountant with a major firm says China shares listed in places like New York and Singapore may be due for a turnaround.
Mr. Drew Bernstein, Co‐Managing Partner of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk, has been working with Chinese companies for over 12 years, logging over 100 visits to the Middle Kingdom with stops in an equal number of metropolitan areas.
Last month he was quoted on ABC's "NightLine" news program on: "China Fraud Accusations" and recently drew leading Chinese executives to an SEC seminar.
And other than his stellar where’s-where travel history across the PRC, he also oversees four offices in Mainland China with 80-plus staffers.
Although his accounting firm mainly represents US-listed Chinese firms, Mr. Bernstein offered insights into how PRC companies selling shares in Singapore and Hong Kong might raise their profile and reputation among both shareholders and regulators.
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