Hong Kong exchange blocks Morgan Stanley, Li Ka-shing-backed IPO

The Hong Kong stock exchange has blocked an initial public offering by a financial services group backed by Morgan Stanley and Li Ka-shing because the Chinese state-owned brokers sponsoring the IPO filed a “substantially incomplete” prospectus.
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