One of China's largest mass-market brands fails to achieve the same level of mass-market appeal for its IPO.
Henry Sy's Belle Corp completes equity offering for Premium Leisure Corp ahead of the opening of its flagship project, City of Dreams, in November.
One week after the biggest IPO in history, Alibaba has delivered. Now the company must justify its $240 billion valuation.
The power unit of China's largest producer of nuclear energy has successfully floated its shares. Retail demand was particularly strong.
This will be the latest block in Pakistan as the country continues its privatisation drive, and could net the government up to $816 million.
The Chinese retailer aims to raise up to $328 million in a flotation of its shares. The IPO comes as sentiment on Chinese consumers sours amid staggering growth.
The Russian gas company visits Hong Kong to explain its Asia strategy as the West tightens the screw on corporate Russia.
It was a case of open sesame for Alibaba's IPO investors, with the company making a strong debut on the New York Stock Exchange after significantly scaling back allocations in its $320 billion order book.
Cofco Land plans to fund its acquisition of $1.6 billion worth of properties with a share placement of up to $500 million and a loan, which are both expected early November.
The third-generation family-run cab company is pre-marketing and hopes to float its shares in November.
The Chinese real estate developer aims to raise up to $5 billion in an IPO, but the timing is not ideal as sentiment sours on the sector.
Strong retail uptake allowed the Chinese car rental company to raise $468m and price its shares at the top of the indicative range.
Thailand’s biggest private hospital operator has plans to add 20 hospitals to its network during the next few years.
The Reit set up by the world's largest owner of industrial buildings will use the proceeds to repay bridge loans.
Cornerstone investors are painted as the foundation of solid growth but their track record on Hong Kong IPOs suggests they weigh down stock prices.