Expect more Hong Kong privatisations in 2020

Amid the implementation of new trading rules and access to cheaper financing, increasing numbers of public companies in Hong Kong are choosing to delist or privatise even as bourse rules allow unprofitable companies to go public.
January 15, 2020

Will Chinese tech companies rush to list onshore?

Last year saw the largest number of offshore listings by Chinese firms since 2010, but a new board in Shanghai may see Chinese tech firms opt to float domestically rather than in Hong Kong or New York.
March 07, 2019

CMB seeks to raise $5.68 billion in rights issue

China Merchants Bank, the country's sixth-biggest bank by assets, outlines plan for an A-share and H-share rights issue to boost its capital buffers after a period of unsustainable loan growth.
August 23, 2013

Gateway sets terms for $200 million Hong Kong offering

EIG-linked Gateway is seeking to double its NAV by raising fresh capital primarily from private banking clients and high-net-worth individuals and is set to become the first managed fund to list in Hong Kong.
March 18, 2012

Guangzhou Auto increases bid for Denway by 25%

The all-share privatisation offer will cost the Chinese carmaker $4 billion based on the mid-point of its own valuation, and precedes a planned listing of Guangzhou Auto in Hong Kong.
June 08, 2010

Rusal IPO attracts attention to Hong Kong

The decision by Russian resources firm United Company Rusal to list in Hong Kong earlier this year could herald a number of copycats in the next few years.
May 31, 2010