ABBs/Block Trades

  • China Gas launches $1.55bn share sale

    China Gas launches $1.55bn share sale

    China Gas Holdings has kicked off a top-up share placement, eyeing up to HK$12.05bn ($1.55bn), according to terms seen by GlobalCapital Asia.

  • Anta Sports block fetches $1.5bn

    Anta Sports block fetches $1.5bn

    The controlling shareholder of Anta Sports Products has offloaded a chunk of its stake through a HK$11.57bn ($1.49bn) block trade, capitalising on recent gains in the sportswear company’s stock.

  • TA Associates cleans up EQT stake

    TA Associates cleans up EQT stake

    One of the shareholders in EQT, the Swedish private equity firm, has provided a rare liquidity event in the stock, which has rocketed more than 326% since its flotation in September 2019.

  • Kakao chairman trims stake after charity pledge

    Kakao chairman trims stake after charity pledge

    The chairman of South Korea’s Kakao Corp has kicked off his official pledge to donate more than half of his wealth to society by raising about W500bn ($448m) from a stake sale in the messaging app on Thursday.

  • India seeks banks for fertiliser divestments

    India seeks banks for fertiliser divestments

    The Indian government is looking for banks to help offload its stakes in Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers and rival National Fertilizers, sending out two requests for proposals for the divestments.

  • Being green no longer enough in battle to attract equity capital

    Being green no longer enough in battle to attract equity capital

    Renewable energy has been one of the hottest sectors in Europe’s equity capital markets in recent times but investors are no longer just buying companies for their verdant hue. Issuers must now prove they have the financial strength to back their environmental credentials.

  • Dutch metals firm AMG reaps benefits of EV surge

    Dutch metals firm AMG reaps benefits of EV surge

    AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group (AMG) found strong demand for a €102m capital raise on Thursday night from investors keen to back the growing demand for lithium, stoked higher by increased global production of electric vehicles.

  • KDIC takes W149bn from Woori Financial block

    KDIC takes W149bn from Woori Financial block

    A South Korean state-backed insurer pared its stake in Woori Financial Group this week, selling a chunk of shares for W149.3bn ($133.2m), according to a source familiar with the matter.

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