Executives of three of the five companies that listed for the first time today struck the ceremonial gong at the Hong Kong stock exchange on 30 December 2022 to mark their trading debut. From left: AustAsia Chairman Tan Yong Nan, AustAsia CEO Edgar Collins, Kingsoft Cloud’s Chief Financial Officer He Haijian, Senior Vice President Liu Tao, Super Hi’s Chairman Zhou Zhaocheng. Photo: Enoch Yiu
Executives of three of the five companies that listed for the first time today struck the ceremonial gong at the Hong Kong stock exchange on 30 December 2022 to mark their trading debut. From left: AustAsia Chairman Tan Yong Nan, AustAsia CEO Edgar Collins, Kingsoft Cloud’s Chief Financial Officer He Haijian, Senior Vice President Liu Tao, Super Hi’s Chairman Zhou Zhaocheng. Photo: Enoch Yiu
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Hong Kong ends 2022 with five listings, closing a tough year with a bang as IPOs trickle back

  • Executives of Kingsoft Cloud, AustAsia and Super Hi International Holding struck the HKEX’s ceremonial gong to mark their companies’ trading debut
  • Shanghai Cryofocus Medtech and Shandong Boan Biotechnology attended their trading debut virtually via teleconferencing

Executives of three of the five companies that listed for the first time today struck the ceremonial gong at the Hong Kong stock exchange on 30 December 2022 to mark their trading debut. From left: AustAsia Chairman Tan Yong Nan, AustAsia CEO Edgar Collins, Kingsoft Cloud’s Chief Financial Officer He Haijian, Senior Vice President Liu Tao, Super Hi’s Chairman Zhou Zhaocheng. Photo: Enoch Yiu
Executives of three of the five companies that listed for the first time today struck the ceremonial gong at the Hong Kong stock exchange on 30 December 2022 to mark their trading debut. From left: AustAsia Chairman Tan Yong Nan, AustAsia CEO Edgar Collins, Kingsoft Cloud’s Chief Financial Officer He Haijian, Senior Vice President Liu Tao, Super Hi’s Chairman Zhou Zhaocheng. Photo: Enoch Yiu
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