HK IPO business seen slipping slightly in 2015

Over 100 companies will seek to float their shares in Hong Kong in 2015 and raise HK$200 billion ($25.8 billion) in the process, global consultancy firm PwC predicts.

HK IPO business seen slipping slightly in 2015

Over 100 companies will seek to float their shares in Hong Kong in 2015 and raise HK$200 billion $25.8 billion in the process, global consultancy firm PwC predicted on Monday.

This is just under the amount raised in 2014, which came to HK$227.8 billion, but is still higher than 2013's total of HK$171.3 billion.

PwC forecast that 120 new companies will float shares in Hong Kong this...

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