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Chinese restaurant chain Haidilao to seek approval for $1b IPO

A $1 billion deal would be the largest consumer IPO this year in Hong Kong, which has been focused on transforming itself into a hub for fundraising by new-economy companies


Cerberus said to pursue deal for China HNA’s $3b Swissport unit

HNA is working with advisers to explore possibilities for Swissport including the sale of a majority stake in the business


China’s sovereign wealth fund backs $13b takeover of Yum China

The investor group considering a takeover bid for Yum China includes DCP Capital and Hillhouse.


Hong Kong’s new listing rules attract two more biotech startups

Suzhou Kintor Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Frontier Biotechnologies are planning Hong Kong stock offerings that could each raise about $300 million.


HNA said to be in talks to sell over $2b Avolon stake to Japan’s Orix

HNA has already shed more than $17 billion of assets this year, a pace of dealmaking that reverses a multiyear acquisition spree that saddled it with one of corporate China’s biggest debt loads.


China’s Legend Holdings mulls bid for Spanish seafood seller Iberconsa

Chinese acquisitions in Europe have doubled this year to $49.2 billion, even as its dealmaking in the U.S. plunged amid tightened scrutiny.


China Tower said to draw Hillhouse, Alibaba to Hong Kong IPO

Hillhouse funds and Taobao China Holding Ltd. are among the 10 firms that agreed to buy about $1.4 billion of stock as cornerstone investors


Thai conglomerate Central Group mulls IPO for retail arm

The group is working on a restructuring of its retail operations ahead of a possible IPO as soon as next year. Any share sale could raise at least $1 billion.


I-bankers quit Goldman, Citigroup for biotech riches in Hong Kong

At least seven senior bankers and analysts from top-tier securities firms have quit to join biotechnology companies in the city since December.


Switzerland’s Zuellig family said to seek $500m for SG’s Gold Coin

Gold Coin employs 2,600 people and runs 19 production facilities in nine countries.