The overall market sentiment remains relatively weak and investors will need time to digest the recent round of policy tightening on the tech sector. Stocks around the world have seen a choppy start to the final quarter of 2021 amid lingering concerns about rising bond yields and the debt crisis of a Chinese property developer.
Alibaba Group is eyeing a listing in Hong Kong as early as November to raise up to $15 billion, after political unrest put the move on ice earlier this year. Alibaba's listing would boost Hong Kong's status as a major capital markets hub.
Asian family offices prioritize wealth management over succession planning and governance, says a managing partner of a Hong Kong-based private multifamily office.
Chinese companies are rethinking fundraising plans in Hong Kong as anti-government protests rock the city, an ominous sign for its future as a financial gateway between Asia's largest economy and the rest of the world.
If there is one thing that entrepreneurs in Hong Kong could improve on, it is to have a bolder vision for the company, said a top executive of Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund.
Riding on technology and going global has become a new trend for Indian tech startups, however, B2C companies' footprint has remained subdued overseas.
Washington State Investment Board (WSIB) is planning to help create a new Hong Kong-based real estate investment manager through its long-running partnership with Evergreen Investment Advisors.
At the start of 2018, most metrics showed Hong Kong's real estate market on track for a record showing. Instead, investment dipped 27 percent by end of the year.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), the autonomous Chinese territory's de facto central bank, is poised to launch a live blockchain trade finance platform within two months.
China Tower, the world's biggest operator of mobile phone towers, has applied to list its shares in Hong Kong in what could become the city's second $10 billion offering this year.