On November 25, Faraday Future headquarters will hold a creditors meeting to discuss the bankruptcy reorganization proposal put forth by the former CEO of the company, Jia Yueting.
It is reported that Canaan has set the issuing price at the lower end of the price range, raising a total of $90 million.
Artificial intelligence software company Megvii, also commonly known as Face++, expects their plans for an IPO in Hong Kong to be approved this week
On November 18, Kingsoft Office, the Chinese software provider, officially listed on Shanghai’s STAR market, under the ticker symbol 688111.
Chinese internet conglomerate Alibaba Group announced on November 15 the launch of its long-awaited Hong Kong public offering.
On November 14, according to Tencent News, Alibaba’s IPO officially opened for Hong Kong-based institutional investors.
In 2018, a record number of Chinese companies listed on US exchanges. Investors the world over watched with intent as China’s economic transformation entered a new era. Chinese executives gleefully rang the opening bell at NYSE or NASDAQ on a seemingly constant basis.
Amidst the ongoing WeWork IPO debacle, hardly any other co-working space operator would dare to dream about a public listing.
According to Chinese media reports, internet giant Alibaba is ready to start pre-IPO roadshows in Hong Kong next week.
Chinese passenger drone manufacturer EHang expects to raise $100 million in the coming IPO.
I-Mab, a Shanghai-based developer of biologic treatments for cancers and autoimmune disorders, has filed for an IPO on the Nasdaq under the symbol “IMAB”.
Alibaba Group might be eyeing a public listing in Hong Kong as early as November to raise up to $15 billion, people familiar with the matter said on October 30.
It was reported that Bitmain had secretly submitted listing applications to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the underwriter was Deutsche Bank.
After more than five months of preparations, Beijing Kingsoft Office Software (Kingsoft Office) finally filed for IPO on the science and technology board.
Canaan, a Hangzhou-based company that produces Bitcoin mining machines, has filed for an IPO on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “CAN” and is seeking to raise up to $400 million in capital.