Mobvoi, an artificial intelligence company founded by Li Zhifei, a former Google scientist and senior natural language scientist, will reportedly submit its prospectus to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in the second quarter.
Recently, Huolala officially submitted its IPO application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. It is worth noting that in the application, Huolala officially mentioned its car-making project: the company is using its experience in existing vehicle leasing and sales services to explore new business opportunities, such as developing electric commercial vehicles.
Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com announced on March 30 that it is planning to spin off its property and industrial units and list them on the Hong Kong stock exchange. JD.com would hold more than 50% of Jingdong Property Inc and Jingdong Industrials Inc after the completion of the spinoffs.
Tuhu Car Inc., an e-commerce platform for automobile maintenance, has updated its prospectus on March 30 to debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. This marks the company's third submission of a prospectus.
On-demand logistics startup Lalatech, which operates Lalamove and Houlala, on March 28 applied to be listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
Soulgate Inc., the developer of the social media app Soul, has submitted another listing application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on March 27. Soulgate initially intended to become publicly traded in the United States, but abandoned this plan in June 2022.
On March 13, FWD Group, the Hong Kong-based insurer backed by tycoon Richard Li Tzar-kai, resubmitted its application to be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Logory Logistics, a digital freight platform, was officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on March 9. The company offered 43.211 million shares globally at a price of HK $2.9 per share and raised approximately HK $125 million.
Chinese shared car specialist Didi's smaller and similarly named rival, Dida, just filed for a Hong Kong IPO on February 20. The nine-year-old startup, which specializes in the business of carpooling with strangers, had failed two previous listing applications.
Affected by recently introduced regulations, Chinese tea-based beverages brand Mixue has withdrawn a prospectus submitted to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in September last year, and now plans to debut in Hong Kong.
SinoHytec, a hydrogen fuel cell engine manufacturer based in China, recently passed a listing hearing for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. With this move, SinoHytec will become the first firm in the hydrogen energy field to be publicly traded in Hong Kong.
SinoSynergy, a hydrogen fuel cell company based in China's eastern Zhejiang province, on November 22 submitted a listing application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, with Huatai Financial Holdings named as the exclusive sponsor.
AR and VR services provider Flowing Cloud was officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on October 18 as its first metaverse-related stock, with an opening price of HK$2.21 ($0.28) per share, equal to the issue price.
Device as a service (DaaS) provider Bear Rental's parent company, LX Technology, passed a hearing for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on October 7, with Haitong International Securities Group serving as the exclusive sponsor.
China Aviation Lithium Battery Co., Ltd. (CALB) officially listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange under the symbol of "3931" on October 6, becoming the first battery company listed on the exchange.
Chinese electric vehicle startup Leapmotor was officially listed in Hong Kong on September 29, with an opening price of HK$41 ($5.22) per share, 14% lower than its issue price of HK$48 ($6.11).
Sichuan-based mining and manufacturing firm Tianqi Lithium released two announcements on September 21 aimed at boosting its stock price and market value.
Dingdang Health, a digital medical services provider, was officially listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with "9886" as the ticker symbol on September 14.
Human capital management (HCM) SaaS+ platform CDP Group recently submitted another prospectus to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, after its initial application lapsed at the beginning of this year.
Major battery manufacturer China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB) received approval on September 8 from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to carry out a public listing.