Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO announced on Wednesday that it expects to be listed and commence trading on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) on May 20.
On Friday, Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO announced its proposed secondary listing by way of introduction to the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange, following its IPO at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on March 10.
According to HKEx documents released on Friday, Chinese online Q&A platform Zhihu passed the required hearing before its IPO debut. The IPO underwriters will be Credit Suisse, JPMorgan Chase & Co, CICC and CMB International.
Full Truck Alliance is reportedly planning a second listing in Hong Kong, and will submit a formal application as soon as this month.
Chinese travel company Trip.com Group has passed the hearing for its secondary offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, according to a draft prospectus filed to the bourse late Tuesday.
Chinese video streaming platform Bilibili is set to raise HK$20.2 billion ($2.6 billion) from a secondary listing in Hong Kong, the company confirmed.
Baidu, Chinese search engine and AI giant, is planning to raise at least HK$28 billion ($3.6 billion) by selling 95 million shares in a secondary listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
According to Hong Kong Stock Exchange documents, Baidu has passed the hearing for its secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The news sent Baidu’s US stock to a nearly 6% surge before the market on March 9.
Chinese Internet search giant and artificial intelligence company Baidu has received approval to launch a secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, according to people with knowledge on the matter.
Three leading Chinese technology firms, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, online retailer Vipshop, and live-streaming platform Joyy, are currently seeking secondary listings in Hong Kong.
Chinese video platform Bilibili is reportedly aiming for a secondary listing in Hong Kong in an attempt to raise more than $2 billion.
Chinese leading express delivery company ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. announced on Sept. 16 that it would raise as much as HK$12 billion in the secondary listing in Hong Kong.
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.