Qingdao Port International began formal roadshows Monday and aims to raise up to $377 million in a Hong Kong initial public offering next month, the latest company to test the city’s uncertain IPO market.
The state-owned port operator plans to sell 776.4 million new shares at HK$3.76 each, with BOC International, Citic Securities International and UBS leading the deal. The listing is scheduled for June 6, according to a term sheet.
It is the second attempt at a Hong Kong listing after pork producer WH Group yanked its much awaited offering one month ago.
Of the shares on offer, 90% will be primary,...