Alibaba’s headquarters in Hangzhou. China’s onshore money managers are among the biggest new investors in the company’s US$12.9 billion stock offering. Photographer: BloombergAlibaba’s headquarters in Hangzhou. China’s onshore money managers are among the biggest new investors in the company’s US$12.9 billion stock offering. Photographer: Bloomberg
Alibaba’s headquarters in Hangzhou. China’s onshore money managers are among the biggest new investors in the company’s US$12.9 billion stock offering. Photographer: Bloomberg

China’s onshore funds emerge as ‘buying force’ in Alibaba’s Hong Kong IPO, existing shareholders increase their stakes

  • Mainland Chinese institutional investors, large fund houses among first-time buyers in Alibaba’s secondary offering in Hong Kong
  • More than half of demand in international tranche came from new investors, CFO Maggie Wu says
Topic |   Alibaba
Alibaba’s headquarters in Hangzhou. China’s onshore money managers are among the biggest new investors in the company’s US$12.9 billion stock offering. Photographer: BloombergAlibaba’s headquarters in Hangzhou. China’s onshore money managers are among the biggest new investors in the company’s US$12.9 billion stock offering. Photographer: Bloomberg
Alibaba’s headquarters in Hangzhou. China’s onshore money managers are among the biggest new investors in the company’s US$12.9 billion stock offering. Photographer: Bloomberg
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