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  • 1997: China Telecom's US$4.2bn IPO: landmark privatisation

    All Special Reports | 06 August 2013

    Creation of a national champion - It is hard to imagine many more challenging times than late 1997 to attempt a record-breaking Asian IPO. The Asian crisis had begun in May, and the effects were soon to feed through to the Hong Kong market.

  • 1MDB logo

    1MDB delays US$600m payment to Abu Dhabi's IPIC

    Ticker | 01 August 2017

    Controversial Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development said it had failed to pay around US$600m owed to Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment by July 31, but pledged to make the payment later this month.

  • 1MDB fails to pay up to IPIC

    People & Markets | 04 August 2017

    1Malaysia Development Berhad said it had failed to meet the July 31 deadline to pay around US$600m owed to Abu Dhabi’s

  • A 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) billboard

    1MDB in throes of coupon dispute

    Top News | 22 April 2016

    1Malaysia Development was again flirting with default last week after a dispute with an Abu Dhabi oil fund led to a missed coupon payment and raised doubts over who was ultimately liable for US$3.5bn of the controversial state fund’s debt.

  • Traffic passes a 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) billboard at the Tun Razak Exchange development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    1MDB, IPIC agree settlement

    Top News | 28 April 2017

    Controversial state investment fund 1Malaysia Development and the Abu Dhabi vehicles involved with one of its offshore bond issues have reached a settlement, bringing months of uncertainty to an end for bondholders.

  • Mongolia

    Advantageous delay

    Equities | 07 April 2012

    The US$3bn IPO of Mongolia’s Erdenes-Tavan Tolgoi may hit the market later than expected. The operator of the country’s largest coal mine was originally expected to go public before parliamentary elections this June.

  • China Alipay Alibaba IPO

    Alibaba hints at China IPO for Alipay

    Top News | 09 May 2014

    Payment services company Alipay is not included in the upcoming IPO of Alibaba Group, but the latter’s listing prospectus gives the clearest hint yet that the growing financial services unit could go public in the near future.

  • An employee walks past a logo of Alibaba Group at its headquarters on the outskirts of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.

    Alibaba switch hits Hong Kong

    Top News | 21 March 2014

    Alibaba Group Holding’s decision to conduct its huge IPO in the US has dashed hopes that Hong Kong might become a thriving listing hub for internet stocks. A US$15bn IPO from the Chinese e-commerce giant in Hong Kong could have stemmed the flow of Chinese companies rushing to list in the US, and been a magnet to pull in other similar stocks

  • China

    Anonymous sniper takes aim at Tianhe

    Top News | 05 September 2014

    The growth of independent research attacks on Chinese stocks reached new heights last week, as an anonymous blogger managed to bring down the share price of a newly listed company by quoting public information.

  • Another inglorious week for China property

    Emerging Markets | 16 January 2015

    Chinese property developers faced further pressure in the high-yield bond market last week, as rumours and governance concerns spread after Kaisa Group Holdings missed a coupon payment.

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