China’s Lufax plans Hong Kong IPO in April at US$60 billion valuation: sources

Lufax, one of China’s major online wealth management platforms, plans to launch an initial public offering in April in Hong Kong, which could value the firm at about US$60 billion in what could be the city’s biggest fintech flotation. The Ping An …
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