The deal has now won approval but could be delayed by China's fraught stock market conditions and the poor performance of peer China Cinda.
Controlling shareholder LG Corporation agreed to take the Korean defence contractor public when it sold a 49% stake to PE investors in 2013.
Mainland ECM bankers are having a tough time because the stock market plunge has stalled many prospective secondary deals.
In line with Beijing's push for domestic innovation, the pharmaceutical firm aims to quintuple its product portfolio through in-house R&D and strategic acquisitions.
Indian government defies its stock market's worst trading day in more than six years to raise $1.4 billion from the sale of a 10% stake in Indian Oil Corporation.
Another Chinese state-owned enterprise is targeting a Hong Kong listing as the government moves to introduce private capital to enhance efficiency.
A breakdown in talks with prospective investor Singapore Airlines has prompted the low-cost airline to move forward quickly with the IPO to expand its business.
Hong Kong-based Chong Hing Bank launches rights issue as its parent seeks to turn it into a major financial services provider in Guangdong province.
Wilfred Sit, chief investment officer for Asia at Baring Asset Management, shares his thoughts about post-crash opportunities on the A-share market.
Taiwanese cement producer set to raise equity-linked debt to help fund takeover of China Shanshui Cement following boardroom battle.
The listing of Lotte's hotel unit may help dispel lingering questions about cross-shareholdings among the subsidiaries of Korea's family-owned conglomerates.
Tokyo-listed GLP J-Reit, a Japanese investment trust, is aiming for its third follow-on offering to fund the purchase of five logistics properties from its sponsor.
The listing of the track maintenance equipment maker is part of state-owned parent CRCC's broader strategy to improve capital structure and enhance the market value of assets.
The reinsurance group is looking to raise capital ahead of a new capital requirement regime that comes into effect in China next year.
State-owned railway equipment maker was nevertheless endorsed by cornerstone and anchor investors and stands to be the fourth largest HK float this year.