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  1. Brokers put brakes on IPO margin loans

    Posted Dec 12th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... at Phillip Securities. 'We're forced to give up IPOs with lower quality.' Sun Hung Kai Securities chief operating officer Tony Leung said it had received about HK$2.8 billion in margin ... margin rates offered to retail investors. tight funds Slew of larger IPOs lock up the bulk of available liquidity Scud and Haitian snubbed as brokers become choosy Li Ka-shing backing ensures ...

  2. Everbright Bank seeks bids for IPO mandate

    Posted Nov 04th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... China Everbright Bank, a unit of a state-controlled financial services conglomerate, has invited investment banks to bid on the mandate for a US$1.5 billion initial public offering in Hong Kong next year, market sources said. A decision on who would run the sale is expected by the end of the year. The bank said in 2004 that it planned an IPO before 2007. Central Huijin ...

  3. Tycoons receive IPO special treatment

    Posted Sep 12th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... did not mean they would be getting all the shares they ordered. 'These things do happen quite often in some big IPOs when everyone is angling for a piece of the stake,' said a fund ...

  4. Air China eyes $6.4b in Shanghai IPO

    Posted Feb 11th 2006, 12:00am by Russell Barling

    ... Speculation rises that listings ban may be lifted as carrier seeks cash to upgrade fleet and Beijing base Air China will seek approval for a yuan-denominated listing in Shanghai to raise capital for recent aircraft orders and to fund infrastructure projec ...

  5. Hutchison 3G Italian unit edges closer to $18b IPO

    Posted Feb 06th 2006, 12:00am by Georgina Lee, Ken Lo

    ... Georgina Lee and Ken Lo Hutchison Whampoa's Italian mobile unit, 3 Italia, has gained listing approval but is still awaiting final clearance from the securities market regulator before it begins its long-awaited Euro2 billion ($18.6 billion) initial ...


    Posted Feb 06th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... launched 1998 Securities Law is enacted January 2001 IPO quota system scrapped. Companies can apply to float shares February 2001 Domestic investors allowed to invest in foreign-currency B shares ... to trade A shares August 2003 IPOs suspended as regulators issue consultation on book-building system for new share sales June 2004 CSRC approves a SME board at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange August ...

  7. China considers reimposing IPO ban amid glut

    Posted Aug 09th 2006, 12:00am by Jamil Anderlini

    ... breathing period and it is looking more likely after Air China's poor performance.' On Monday, Air China slashed its planned IPO by almost 40 per cent amid weak demand from institutional ... of IPOs drained much of the cash available for investment. Two recent share sales, by Bank of China and Daqin Railway, raked in 35 billion yuan. Any slowdown or suspension of IPOs by the China ...

  8. Bank's HK$19b IPO pulls in the punters

    Posted Sep 09th 2006, 12:00am by Carol Chan

    ... to borrow from brokerages to boost their chances of getting IPO shares. Five leading local brokerages reported margin orders totalling HK$17.5 billion yesterday- almost 20 times the HK$940.5 million ... Phillip Securities senior research analyst Stephen Tse Sze-chun. Enthusiasm for the IPO was partly due to hopes the share performance would be as strong as Bank of China's listing in June, ...

  9. NagaCorp raises HK$715m from IPO

    Posted Oct 13th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... a source. The retail tranche of NagaCorp's IPO was 100 times oversubscribed while its institutional tranche was about 10 times covered, market sources said. Under the clawback mechanism, ... Anglo Chinese and Kim Eng are sponsoring the offer. NagaCorp's IPO came ahead of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's record US$19 billion share sale which will open for public ...

  10. China Communications boosts IPO size by 12pc

    Posted Nov 24th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... selling its stake for 18 months after the IPO while IDG cannot sell its stake for six months, according to the terms of the share sale. China Telecom, which controls the mainland's dominant fixed-line telephone operator, will hold 58.8 per cent of China Communications after the IPO, down from 66.75 per cent. China Communications has the right of first refusal to acquire the remaining ...




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