Equity capital markets in Asia ex-Japan generally are off to their worst start in three years and bankers expect activity to remain muted for the time being.
With US interest rates likely to rise in 2015, Chinese technology companies could be one of few opportunities for outsize returns.
Five companies halt their listings as the CSRC tweaks its new rules, leading to worries that the regulator will continue to meddle with the process and ignore market principles.
The Rmb839 million IPO of the manufacturer of valves to the oil and gas industry is being marketed at a discount of up to 20% to its peers.
China’s securities regulator is asking issuers to confirm whether or not their listings will hit the market in January.
About 50 companies are expected to be listed by the end of January, and it will take a year to review all 760 prospective issuers waiting in line, according to the CSRC, China’s securities watchdog.
With slim hope of exiting through a lucrative public listing, Chinese entrepreneurs and their investors are considering sales.
Rose Zhu joins the US law firm’s Beijing office from K&L Gates.
CSRC warns China's biggest brokerage over dishonest disclosure in IPO of yarn maker.
After the portals and SMS companies, a new wave of Chinese start-ups aim to make their presence felt on the Nasdaq.
Will Hong Kong gain from CSRC moves to make Mainland IPO''s more difficult?
Brooker group analyst explains why the privatization of Thailand''s two telecoms operators was never going to get off the ground this year.
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The Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA) has announced plans to sell three Salim Group subsidiaries through initial public offerings (IPO) by the end of this year.
Singapore investors are more receptive to IPOs, even in the volatile technology sector, than their counterparts in other parts of Asia. That may not last, analysts say.
The love affair between investors and Asian internet stocks has soured - for now at least - as companies find it harder to list.