An employee walks past a graphic of the Ant Group’s mascot at their office in Hong Kong. The world's largest fintech company is raising more than US$39 billion in a massive dual public offering. Photo: AP Photo An employee walks past a graphic of the Ant Group’s mascot at their office in Hong Kong. The world's largest fintech company is raising more than US$39 billion in a massive dual public offering. Photo: AP Photo
An employee walks past a graphic of the Ant Group’s mascot at their office in Hong Kong. The world's largest fintech company is raising more than US$39 billion in a massive dual public offering. Photo: AP Photo

Hong Kong Indexes’ new rule will allow Ant Group to swiftly join its China gauge

  • Ant could join the China Enterprises Index as soon as the market close of November 18, if the company’s market value ranks within the top 10 of current members
  • The new rules make the China gauge ‘more representative’, says Hang Seng Indexes director

Topic |   Hang Seng Index
An employee walks past a graphic of the Ant Group’s mascot at their office in Hong Kong. The world's largest fintech company is raising more than US$39 billion in a massive dual public offering. Photo: AP Photo An employee walks past a graphic of the Ant Group’s mascot at their office in Hong Kong. The world's largest fintech company is raising more than US$39 billion in a massive dual public offering. Photo: AP Photo
An employee walks past a graphic of the Ant Group’s mascot at their office in Hong Kong. The world's largest fintech company is raising more than US$39 billion in a massive dual public offering. Photo: AP Photo
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