Tencent’s headquarters in Shenzhen. Prosus says Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been appointed as joint book runners to manage the transaction. Photo: Bloomberg Tencent’s headquarters in Shenzhen. Prosus says Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been appointed as joint book runners to manage the transaction. Photo: Bloomberg
Tencent’s headquarters in Shenzhen. Prosus says Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been appointed as joint book runners to manage the transaction. Photo: Bloomberg
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Tencent’s biggest shareholder Prosus plans to sell 2 per cent stake valued at US$15.5 billion as it cashes in on lucrative bet

  • The company will sell up to 191.89 million Tencent shares, reducing its stake to 28.9 per cent
  • Committed to not selling remaining stake in Tencent for at least the next three years, Prosus says

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Tencent’s headquarters in Shenzhen. Prosus says Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been appointed as joint book runners to manage the transaction. Photo: Bloomberg Tencent’s headquarters in Shenzhen. Prosus says Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been appointed as joint book runners to manage the transaction. Photo: Bloomberg
Tencent’s headquarters in Shenzhen. Prosus says Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been appointed as joint book runners to manage the transaction. Photo: Bloomberg
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