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  • Sheng Ye seeks debut offshore RMB loan

    Sheng Ye seeks debut offshore RMB loan

    Sheng Ye Capital, a Hong Kong-listed financial services provider, has made its debut in the syndicated loan market. It is raising funds in offshore renminbi.

  • Shanghai greenlights Geely Auto’s Star IPO

    Shanghai greenlights Geely Auto’s Star IPO

    Geely Automobile Holdings is one step closer to becoming the first Chinese automaker to debut in the Star market, having received stock exchange approval for a secondary listing in Shanghai.

  • Ant wins Shanghai approval for jumbo IPO

    Ant wins Shanghai approval for jumbo IPO

    Ant Group is one step closer to launching its blockbuster dual listing in the Mainland and Hong Kong, after the Shanghai bourse gave its blessing to the Star market leg of the IPO.

  • Updated: Ant clears up Alibaba ties, business model after SSE questions

    Updated: Ant clears up Alibaba ties, business model after SSE questions

    Ant Group has tackled more than two dozen questions posed by the Shanghai Stock Exchange ahead of its concurrent jumbo IPOs on the Star market and Hong Kong. The digital payment firm’s ownership structure, especially its ties to Alibaba Group Holding, as well as its business model and use of the listing proceeds were under scrutiny.

  • Ant nears blockbuster IPO as bankers eye fee bonanza

    Ant nears blockbuster IPO as bankers eye fee bonanza

    Ant Group started speaking to investors this week for mammoth IPOs on the Hong Kong and Star markets, which at an estimated size of $30bn would become the world’s largest ever share offering. The deal is a big win for both exchanges — and bankers in Hong Kong are also expecting a record fee from the deal. Jonathan Breen and Rebecca Feng report.

  • Ant Group picks banks for Star IPO

    Ant Group picks banks for Star IPO

    Ant Group has picked two large Chinese securities houses as advisors for the China leg of its dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai. The duo are also likely to be the sponsors for the much-anticipated deal.

  • Neeq disappoints as debut shares tumble

    Neeq disappoints as debut shares tumble

    A new scheme launched by China’s National Equities Exchange and Quotations (Neeq) got off to a poor start this week. Around two-thirds of the 32 companies listed on the ‘selection tier’ board fell on their trading debuts. That was a sharp contrast to the opening day of a local rival, the Shanghai Star board.

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