Welight Capital and IMAX China unit will buy a combined $18 million of stock as cornerstone investors.
The world’s largest brewer has been looking to reduce borrowings following its purchase of SABMiller Plc for more than $100 billion in 2016.
SBI’s sale will help bolster its capital buffers as it attempts to grow loans at a faster pace.
The Chinese company, which was earlier targeting to raise about $1 billion, is discussing the possibility of selling shares in New York as soon as the first half.
Xinyi Energy is postponing the deal amid a broad equity selloff in Hong Kong, where the benchmark Hang Seng Index is down more than 20 percent since its January all-time high.
WuXi AppTec is completing its offering after a slump in Chinese drug stocks amid concern the government is driving down generic drug prices.
Fosun Tourism Group is seeking to raise as much as $548 million in a Hong Kong IPO.
The price implies a market value of $1.3 billion, compared to the $4 billion the Chinese firm was targeting earlier this year.
The owner of luxury resort brand Club Med is offering 214.2 million shares at HK$15.60 to HK$20.00 apiece.
An $80 million loan secured by Pactera after more than a year of failed attempts to attract funding may just be another sign of the fragile financial state of the company and its debt-laden parent.