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  •  EQUITIES: Two Hong Kong IPOs Launch Roadshows

    28 October 2009

    BOC International and CICC today launched the Hong Kong IPO for CPMC, the packaging unit of Cofco, China’s largest food importer and exporter. The deal comprises 200m shares at HK$3.85–$5.39 apiece, or a 2010 pre-shoe P/E of 13.3–18.6 times, to raise up to HK$1.08bn (US$138.6m). Three cornerstone investors – China Resources, Wanglaoji and CCB International – will subscribe to 15m shares, 10m shares and 8m shares, respectively. The deal will price on Nove

  • BONDS: HK Airlines Dim Sum roadshow starts tomorrow

    18 November 2013

    Skyliner, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Airlines, will begin a roadshow tomorrow for its proposed offering of Dim Sum bonds.

  • Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) Chief Executive Norman Chan introduces the forthcoming issue of

    BONDS: Hong Kong banks need more domestic debt

    17 April 2012 By Christopher Langner

    A shortage of local government debt is forcing the Hong Kong Monetary Authority to look at alternative ways for its banks to meet upcoming liquidity requirements.

  • BONDS: I.T. Dim Sum offers diversification play

    09 May 2013 By Nethelie Wong

    Investors gladly picked up the new unrated offshore renminbi bonds of Hong Kong-listed fashion retailer I.T. for a good opportunity to diversify from issues of state-owned enterprises and PRC property plays, which have dominated the Dim Sum market so far this year. The Rmb1bn (US$159m) deal attracted Rmb2.7bn from 70 investors.

  • China Forestry doubles offshore debut loan to HK$4bn

    18 October 2017

    State-owned China Forestry Group has doubled the size of its three-year offshore maiden term loan to HK$4bn (US$512m) from the initial target after drawing 18 lenders in general syndication.

  • EQUITIES: 1MDB sends out RFPs for IPO of US$1bn–$2bn

    15 January 2014

    State-owned investment company 1Malaysia Development, or 1MDB, has sent out requests for proposals to banks ahead of a potential IPO to raise US$1bn–$2bn.

  • EQUITIES: 500.com launches US$64m NYSE IPO

    11 November 2013

    Online sports lottery operator 500.com has launched its NYSE IPO of up to US$64m, a much smaller size than originally targeted. The company is selling 5.79m ADRs at an indicative price range of US$9–$11 each.

  • EQUITIES: AAC Tech block raises US$108m

    04 September 2012

    Sole bookrunner JP Morgan has priced the selldown of shares of AAC Technologies at the mid-point of the indicative price range to raise HK$837m (US$108m).

  • EQUITIES: Bank of Chongqing seeks listing approval

    03 October 2013

    Bank of Chongqing, which had waited for almost five years to list in the A-share market, will seek listing approval from the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong today for a proposed IPO of US$800m–$1bn.

  • EQUITIES: BofA sells US$6.6bn CCB stake at 10.85% discount

    15 November 2011

    In a move to boost its regulatory capital further, Bank of America sold 10.4bn H-shares in China Construction Bank last night to raise HK$51.27bn (US$6.6bn). The block was privately placed at HK$4.93 per share, or at a discount of 10.85% to the lender’s Hong Kong closing price of HK$5.53 on November 14.

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