Tong Jilu, chairman of China Tower, attends the company’s listing ceremony at the Hong Kong stock exchange, on August 8. The mobile tower operator’s US$7.5 billion IPO was the largest in the city this year. Photo: Edward Wong
Tong Jilu, chairman of China Tower, attends the company’s listing ceremony at the Hong Kong stock exchange, on August 8. The mobile tower operator’s US$7.5 billion IPO was the largest in the city this year. Photo: Edward Wong
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Hong Kong regains global IPO crown from New York in 2018 thanks to its listing reforms

  • The city saw 125 companies raise US$36.5 billion, the highest since 2010, according to Refinitiv data
  • TMT sector accounted for 39 per cent of all funds raised on the back of listing reforms

Tong Jilu, chairman of China Tower, attends the company’s listing ceremony at the Hong Kong stock exchange, on August 8. The mobile tower operator’s US$7.5 billion IPO was the largest in the city this year. Photo: Edward Wong
Tong Jilu, chairman of China Tower, attends the company’s listing ceremony at the Hong Kong stock exchange, on August 8. The mobile tower operator’s US$7.5 billion IPO was the largest in the city this year. Photo: Edward Wong
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