JD.com, China’s second largest online retailer, has reportedly been holding talks with investment institutions to arrange for its secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters JD.com, China’s second largest online retailer, has reportedly been holding talks with investment institutions to arrange for its secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
JD.com, China’s second largest online retailer, has reportedly been holding talks with investment institutions to arrange for its secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters

JD.com said to have approached UBS, Bank of America to arrange Hong Kong secondary listing

  • Following Alibaba’s US$12.9 billion listing in Hong Kong last year, more Chinese tech firms are seeking listings closer to home
  • JD.com, China’s second-largest online retailer, is said to be planning to list on the Hong Kong stock exchange as soon as the first half of this year

Topic |   US-listed Chinese stocks
JD.com, China’s second largest online retailer, has reportedly been holding talks with investment institutions to arrange for its secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters JD.com, China’s second largest online retailer, has reportedly been holding talks with investment institutions to arrange for its secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
JD.com, China’s second largest online retailer, has reportedly been holding talks with investment institutions to arrange for its secondary listing in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
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