Ant Group, the operator of mobile payment app Alipay, is expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever when it lists in Hong Kong and Shanghai later this year, surpassing Saudi Aramco’s US$29.4 billion offering last year. Photo: Reuters Ant Group, the operator of mobile payment app Alipay, is expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever when it lists in Hong Kong and Shanghai later this year, surpassing Saudi Aramco’s US$29.4 billion offering last year. Photo: Reuters
Ant Group, the operator of mobile payment app Alipay, is expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever when it lists in Hong Kong and Shanghai later this year, surpassing Saudi Aramco’s US$29.4 billion offering last year. Photo: Reuters
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Fintech unicorn Ant Group gets final regulatory nod for jumbo IPO and reveals share split between Hong Kong and Shanghai

  • China Securities Regulatory Commission approves registration for Ant Group’s listing in Shanghai
  • Share sale will be evenly split between Hong Kong and Shanghai

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Ant Group, the operator of mobile payment app Alipay, is expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever when it lists in Hong Kong and Shanghai later this year, surpassing Saudi Aramco’s US$29.4 billion offering last year. Photo: Reuters Ant Group, the operator of mobile payment app Alipay, is expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever when it lists in Hong Kong and Shanghai later this year, surpassing Saudi Aramco’s US$29.4 billion offering last year. Photo: Reuters
Ant Group, the operator of mobile payment app Alipay, is expected to be the biggest initial public offering ever when it lists in Hong Kong and Shanghai later this year, surpassing Saudi Aramco’s US$29.4 billion offering last year. Photo: Reuters
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