Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority issues equity crowdfunding regulations

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The equity crowdfunding platform operators are required to have at least Rp 2.5 billion in capital when applying for licences.

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Chinese bitcoin mining chip-maker Canaan mulls US listing after shelving plans for HK IPO

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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.


Startups hopeful as China readies Nasdaq-style tech board

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For Beijing, the move is seen helping to counter U.S. curbs on its technology companies and may draw the next generation of hi-tech firms to list at home.


Creador-backed Malaysian retailer Mr. D.I.Y. exploring $362m IPO

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The Creador-backed firm is considering to list the business in either Malaysia or Hong Kong, and the IPO could happen by the fourth quarter of this year.


Reebonz Holding makes tepid Nasdaq debut

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Reebonz Holding is the entity formed after the merger of Singapore’s online luxury marketplace Reebonz with Nasdaq-listed DOTA.


China Tobacco’s overseas unit files for Hong Kong IPO

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The listing will raise around $100 million for the unit, which accounts for a fraction of parent China National Tobacco Corp’s overall business.


China National Tobacco plans HK offering for international unit

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The international unit accounts for a tiny portion of China Tobacco’s overall business, which has a bigger market share than the next five global tobacco companies combined.


Malaysian theme parks group Sim Leisure seeks Catalist listing

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The group seeks to raise invest the IPO proceeds to fund a new park in China’s Shandong province apart from expanding its existing theme park operations.


Shapoorji Pallonji hires ICICI Securities for IPO of solar business

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The IPO is likely to fetch around $400-500 million although the final number will depend on the eventual stake dilution and the valuation of the company.


India: High quality IPOs, QIPs to witness strong investor appetite in 2019

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With the general elections scheduled for early next year and volatility still seen in markets, 2019 is expected to be a challenging year.