Four Chinese regulatory bodies, led by the People’s Bank of China, held a meeting yesterday with the top executives of Ant. Photo: AP Four Chinese regulatory bodies, led by the People’s Bank of China, held a meeting yesterday with the top executives of Ant. Photo: AP
Four Chinese regulatory bodies, led by the People’s Bank of China, held a meeting yesterday with the top executives of Ant. Photo: AP

China foils world’s largest stock listing 48 hours before kick-off as Ant Group delays market debut in Shanghai and Hong Kong

  • The listing of Ant Group’s shares on Shanghai’s Star Market and Hong Kong’s stock exchange, originally scheduled for November 5, will be halted, and the company said it’s making preparations to refund application monies for retail investors
  • The business environment in which the world’s largest fintech company operates has undergone “significant changes”

Topic |   Ant Group
Four Chinese regulatory bodies, led by the People’s Bank of China, held a meeting yesterday with the top executives of Ant. Photo: AP Four Chinese regulatory bodies, led by the People’s Bank of China, held a meeting yesterday with the top executives of Ant. Photo: AP
Four Chinese regulatory bodies, led by the People’s Bank of China, held a meeting yesterday with the top executives of Ant. Photo: AP
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