On July 12th, Keep, the first sports technology company, officially listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong with the stock code "3650".
On May 30th, The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong documents showed that the artificial intelligence company Mobvoi submitted an IPO application to the exchange, aiming to become the first AIGC stock. China International Capital Corporation and CMB International Capital Holdings are joint sponsors.
China’s fintech giant Ant Group on Tuesday responded to the recent news about its IPO postponement due to securities regulator’s investigation, saying the listing process is proceeding in an orderly manner.
Yum China Holdings Inc is seeking to raise up to HK$19.6 billion from a secondary listing in Hong Kong, which will happen as soon as next week.
Jack Ma evenly transferred his 66% equity of Hangzhou Yunbo Investment Consulting, now his total equity reduced to 34% while the other three holders now each holds 22%.
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. (HKEX) on Wednesday reported record profits for the first six months of the year.
Ant Financial has responded to rumors of dual listing IPO of both A-shares and H-shares, saying there is no plan or timetable for an IPO.
Following Alibaba’s historic secondary listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange, other Chinese tech giants including Baidu are considering a similar strategy, according to IPOzaozhidao.
Artificial intelligence software company Megvii, also commonly known as Face++, expects their plans for an IPO in Hong Kong to be approved this week
On November 14, according to Tencent News, Alibaba's IPO officially opened for Hong Kong-based institutional investors.
According to Chinese media reports, internet giant Alibaba is ready to start pre-IPO roadshows in Hong Kong next week.
Ludashi (lit. Master Lu), a computer system optimization and security firm recently spun off by the Chinese Internet conglomerate Qihoo 360, went public in Hong Kong on October 9.
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has made a bold proposal to acquire the London Stock Exchange in a deal worth $36.6 billion.
Alibaba Group has delayed its much-awaited listing in Hong Kong that could help the company to rake in up to $15 billion.
Bloomberg has reported that Alibaba will choose China International Capital Corp. and Credit Suisse Group AG to lead the share sale for their Hong Kong offering.
According to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK) today, Xiaomi has officially submitted their IPO application documents. Xiaomi is expected to become the first company listed in the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited with a dual-class share structure.