Tencent-backed Meituan Dianping raises $4.2b via HK IPO

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The online food delivery-to-ticketing services platform priced its Hong Kong IPO near the top end of an indicative range

I-bank China Renaissance to raise up to $377m via HK IPO

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China Renaissance, founded in 2005 by former Morgan Stanley banker Bao Fan, is an early investor in a number of Chinese technology companies including Meituan Dianping.


Tencent-backed EV maker NIO said to price IPO at bottom of target range

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The IPO priced at $6.25, at the low end of its $6.25 to $8.25 target price range, will value NIO at $6.4 billion


India: IFC-backed Angel Broking files for $83m IPO

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The IFC is also partially exiting Angel Broking by selling shares worth $16.5 million.


India: Arohan Financial plans to raise $48.6m, launch IPO in 12-15 months

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The micro financier is also looking to launch its IPO in the next 12-15 months to help some of its investors sell their stakes.


China’s top hotpot chain Haidilao attracts Hillhouse Capital to $963m IPO

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Cornerstone investors including Chinese investment firm Hillhouse Capital and Morgan Stanley have agreed to buy a combined $375 million of stock in the offering


Logistics startup aCommerce mulls IPO outing by 2020, eyes profits in key markets

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To date, aCommerce has received a total of $96.5 million in investment from industry leaders such as KKR’s Emerald Media, BlueSky, DKSH, Inspire Ventures, Sinarmas and NTT Docomo.


AirAsia’s Philippine unit may postpone IPO to mid-2019

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The low-cost airline had been seeking to raise up to $250 million in an IPO this year to fund its expansion programme.


China’s Meituan Dianping to focus on domestic market after $4.4b HK IPO

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There are plenty of opportunities in the overseas markets, but we have a very good customer base in China… We would like to be rooted in China and focus on the domestic market first, Meituan’s co-founder and CEO Wang Xing said.


SoftBank said to seek loans from banks pitching for IPO of wireless unit

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SoftBank Group Corp. has told potential underwriters seeking a large role in the blockbuster IPO of its Japanese wireless unit that they should offer to lend to other parts of the parent company’s empire