Postal Savings Bank of China and its potential HK$62.7bn ($8.1bn) IPO got off to a roaring start due to hedge fund demand. Oversubscribed on day one, it is on track to be the world’s largest IPO in two years. But an order book so far dominated by regional names is about to get a lot more global as management leaves Hong Kong for roadshows in the UK and US. Jonathan Breen reports.
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