Hong Kong IPOs will fade further without exchange reforms

Three years ago, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong lost the chance to host the record $25 billion initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding because regulators would not allow the company's founders certain privileges they regarded as contrary to the ... ( read original story ...)

How a Few Hot IPOs Hit Hong Kong Stocks

Shuli Ren is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering Asian markets. She previously wrote on markets for Barron's, following a career as an investment banker, and is a CFA charterholder. Volatility is returning to Hong Kong stocks. In normal times, hot IPOs ... ( read original story ...)

Sinochem Taps Banks For Hong Kong IPO Of Oil Assets

China’s Sinochem Group has tapped three banks, including Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS), to work on the possible Hong Kong listing of its key oil assets, as it seeks to raise capital and revive the company, said four people with knowledge of the matter. ( read original story ...)

Sinochem taps banks for Hong Kong IPO of oil assets: sources

BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China’s Sinochem Group has tapped three banks, including Morgan Stanley (MS.N), to work on the possible Hong Kong listing of its key oil assets, as it seeks to raise capital and revive the company, said four people with ... ( read original story ...)

How the Stalled Aramco IPO Could Hamper Hong Kong’s Dreams

As oil giant Saudi Arabian Oil Co.—better known as Aramco—rethinks plans for what was expected to be the world’s biggest ever initial public offering, it’s not only investment bankers and the big stock exchanges of New York and London that are ... ( read original story ...)