The US insurer sold some 250 million shares in the accelerated offering, raising $500 million in the process.
Chinese broker prices deal at top end amid upbeat sentiment towards rallying A-share market.
Demand was strong for the Australian petroleum refiner and distributor, with over 150 investors participating in the accelerated block.
The renewable energy company attracted strong demand from investors.
Strong demand for auto glass supplier's Hong Kong IPO underscores the momentum driving Chinese valuations higher.
Pricing comes towards the bottom end of the range after investors view the company's dependence on Apple as a potential weakness rather than strength.
18 cornerstone investors have subscribed to $1.87 billion shares, representing more than 50% of the deal.
Agricultural Bank of China completes the second part of a total Rmb80 billion capital-raising exercise; ICBC is expected to be next as banks beef up their balance sheets.
Government agency removes Korean insurer's share price overhang at a time when the domestic interest rate cycle shows no sign of turning.
Healthcare operators have enjoyed strong valuations thanks to their growth throughout Southeast Asia, but pricing a company dedicated to outpatient services will be difficult.
Lu Ting, former economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is among a group of industry veterans joining Huatai Securities in the firm’s run-up to a public listing in Hong Kong.
Korean camera module manufacturer Cowell e Holdings hopes to tempt investors to take a bite out of the apple with a comparably favourable valuation.
Chinese regulators have been hands-off regarding internet finance platforms, but Ant Financial’s expected IPO could change that.
The Chinese auto glass manufacturer is set to offer a chunky discount to its A shares thanks to a widening valuation gap between the Hong Kong and Chinese stock markets.
On March 18, 429 million Alibaba shares, or 18% of the company, become eligible for institutional investors to trade for the first time.