Temasek-backed Transcenta mulls HK-China dual IPO listing

After announcing a $100 million Series B+ funding, the biotech company’s CEO tells FinanceAsia it is now in full IPO preparation mode with Hong Kong as its preferred destination. However, a dual listing is not out of the question.
January 12, 2020

Asia sees a melting pot of dollar bonds

China Citic Bank sells Asia’s first Additional Tier 1 bond, while Chalco raises its second perpetual note and State Bank of India offers a dual-tranche deal.
April 11, 2014

Zhongwang prices IPO towards low end

The aluminium extrusion company raises $1.26 billion and becomes the largest IPO so far this year amid good interest from global institutions. Retail investors are less enthusiastic, leaving the Hong Kong public tranche undersubscribed.
May 03, 2009

The year's first billion-dollar IPO is in the works

Chinese aluminium company Zhongwang is to start formal marketing on Monday. The roadshow will focus on its potential as a play on China's aggressive railway spending and the recent stimulus package.
April 15, 2009

Shimao sells $240 million worth of new shares

The property developer shakes off a profit warning and becomes the first Hong Kong-listed company to do a follow-on offering since mid-February. Meanwhile, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley trim their holdings in China Resources Gas.
April 07, 2009

CapitaLand rights issue oversubscribed

Temasek takes up its 39.7% entitlement, but CapitaLand completes the deal without calling on underwriters. Meanwhile, Shinhan sets the price for its rights issue at a 25% discount.
March 15, 2009