Asia’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, has made headlines again. First came the announcement that Cheung Kong Holdings and Cheung Kong Infrastructure (CKI) were acquiring the UK’s Eversholt Rail Group in a multi-billion dollar deal. Then, just hours later, CKI raised HK$4.64bn ($599m) to part-fund the acquisition through a top-up placement, in a deal priced close to the top of guidance thanks to momentum driven by an order from a single global long-only fund.
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