The Chinese healthcare service provider continues to diversify into new energy automotive industry.
Hong Kong has enjoyed its best year since 2010 in terms of listings, with companies raising $36.3 billion, more than anywhere else in the world.
The consortium, which owns 36.9% of the company, offered to buy all outstanding shares or 63.1% it does not already own.
The deal will allow United Energy to have a diversified portfolio of assets.
Heineken entered China in 1983 but has struggled to set up a strong distribution network and to make a mark with its flagship.
Fosun International Ltd said it would buy 69.18 percent of match-making and dating service provider Baihe Jiayuan Network Group Co Ltd from Chairman Guo Guangchang for 4 billion yuan ($603.4 million) in cash.
The Hong Kong-listed company planned to buy at least 51 per cent of Jiangzhong Group, which owns 43.03% of the Shanghai firm.
BAIC Automotive Group Co Ltd’s stake in the Hong Kong-listed firm will be reduced to 42.6 percent on completion of the deal from 44.98 percent.
Pou Sheng’s parent firm, Taiwan’s Pou Chen Corp proposed taking Pou Sheng private in a deal valuing it at $1.4 billion.
CITIC Agri Fund Management Co Ltd will become the dairy products supplier’s biggest shareholder.