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Thursday, 14 December 2017

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  • Postal Savings Bank of China branch

    EQUITIES: PSBC sets price range for US$8.1bn IPO

    Ticker | 08 September 2016

    Postal Savings Bank of China has set a target of HK$57bn–$63bn (US$7.3bn–$8.1bn) from its Hong Kong IPO after lining up five cornerstone investors to buy most of the shares, according to sources close to the plans.

  • Meitu to test Hong Kong market

    Meitu to test Hong Kong market

    Top News | 26 August 2016

    The Hong Kong IPO of Meitu, a Chinese developer of smartphone apps, is shaping up as a key test of the city’s appeal as a listing venue for high-growth technology companies. Xiamen-based Meitu, which produces apps that allow users to retouch “selfie” photos, is looking to raise as much as US$0.8bn–$1bn in a deal expected at the end of this year.

  • Anbang Insurance Group

    Anbang RFP stirs compliance debate

    Top News | 26 August 2016

    The potential listing of an Anbang Insurance Group company in Hong Kong is dividing equity arrangers, as some rush to pitch and others feel the parent’s mysterious ownership structure raises too many risks.

  • Postal Savings Bank of China branch

    Cornerstones pave way for PSBC

    Equities | 26 August 2016

    Postal Savings Bank of China plans to sell about 70% of its Hong Kong IPO shares to cornerstone investors in what is shaping up to be the largest float globally in two years.

  • EQUITIES: PSBC wins Hong Kong listing approval

    Ticker | 25 August 2016

    Postal Savings Bank of China has won listing approval from the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong for its proposed IPO, according to sources familiar with the situation.

  • EQUITIES: CSRC approves PSBC’s Hong Kong listing plan

    Ticker | 23 August 2016

    The China Securities Regulatory Commission has approved Postal Savings Bank of China’s application to seek a Hong Kong listing, according to sources familiar with the situation.

  • Deutsche’s China JV in hot water

    Deutsche’s China JV in hot water

    People & Markets | 19 August 2016

    Deutsche Bank’s Chinese joint venture has become the first Sino-foreign securities firm to come under investigation in a crackdown on due diligence failings in the country’s capital markets.

  • China approves Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock link

    People & Markets | 19 August 2016

    In the biggest capital market reform since last year’s stock market crash, China last Tuesday approved the launch of a long-awaited scheme to allow stock trading between Hong Kong and Shenzhen, the world’s second-busiest, and tech-heavy, exchange.

  • The Hong Kong Exchanges flag, Chinese national flag and Hong Kong flag are hoisted outside the Hong Kong Stocks Exchange in Hong Kong

    China brokers line up to list in HK

    Top News | 12 August 2016

    Several Chinese brokerages plan to list their Hong Kong units in the city, so as to transform their overseas operations into self-funded units at a time when the PRC business outlook remains uncertain.

  • PSBC edges towards September IPO

    Equities | 12 August 2016

    Postal Savings Bank of China is looking to secure Stock Exchange of Hong Kong approval around the end of August for its IPO of US$7bn–$10bn to remain on track to list before the end of September.