Ant Group’s IPO would have been the world’s largest ever listing. Photo: Bloomberg Ant Group’s IPO would have been the world’s largest ever listing. Photo: Bloomberg
Ant Group’s IPO would have been the world’s largest ever listing. Photo: Bloomberg

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How an avalanche of rules buried Ant Group’s US$39.5 billion stock sale and looks set to reshape China’s fintech landscape

  • Ant Group will need months at least to assess the fallout from the regulatory shift, make the business compliant with new rules and update potential investors
  • We lay out a timeline of the key events leading up to China halting Ant’s IPO in Shanghai and Hong Kong at the eleventh hour

Topic |   IPO
Ant Group’s IPO would have been the world’s largest ever listing. Photo: Bloomberg Ant Group’s IPO would have been the world’s largest ever listing. Photo: Bloomberg
Ant Group’s IPO would have been the world’s largest ever listing. Photo: Bloomberg
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