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Morgan Stanley elbows out rivals for plum role in $1.5 billion IPO relaunch - sources

3:57am BST

HONG KONG Morgan Stanley has usurped rivals including Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs to lead the relaunch of a $1.45 billion IPO - Hong Kong's second-largest this year - in an unusually brutal shuffling of banks' roles on a big deal.

Warburg Pincus-backed ESR revives HK IPO with bigger deal up to $1.45 billion

21 Oct 2019

HONG KONG Property investor ESR Cayman Ltd , backed by private-equity firm Warburg Pincus [WP.UL], relaunched an initial public offering (IPO) worth up to $1.45 billion on Monday in what could be Hong Kong's second-biggest deal this year.

Exclusive: Sempra nears $3 billion Chile sale to China's State Grid - sources

12 Oct 2019

U.S. power company Sempra Energy is near an agreement to sell its Chilean business to State Grid Corporation of China for close to $3 billion (2.4 billion pounds), the latest deal in its bid to shed non-core assets, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Metro trennt sich von der Mehrheit an seinem China-Geschäft

11 Oct 2019

Hongkong/Düsseldorf Der Handelsriese Metro verkauft die Mehrheit an seinem China-Geschäft und will mit dem Erlös sein Großmarktgeschäft ankurbeln.

UPDATE 3-Metro to sell majority stake in Chinese business to Wumart

11 Oct 2019

* Metro focusing on supplying core hospitality customers (Adds CEO comments)

Exclusive: China Everbright Group to restructure, pursue billion-dollar Hong Kong IPO - sources

10 Oct 2019

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG State-owned financial conglomerate China Everbright Group aims to restructure its sprawling business and pursue a billion dollar IPO next year in Hong Kong, three people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

Goldman evaluating role in China's Megvii IPO after U.S. blacklist

09 Oct 2019

NEW YORK/HONG KONG Goldman Sachs Group Inc said on Tuesday it was reviewing its involvement in Megvii Technology Ltd's planned initial public offering after the U.S. government placed the Chinese artificial intelligence firm on a human rights blacklist.

Investors keep their faith in Hong Kong markets despite protests

03 Oct 2019

HONG KONG As anti-government protesters fought pitched battles with police in Hong Kong streets last week, a group of bankers in another part of the city were busy taking in billions for the public float of the Asia unit of the world's largest brewer.

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