Follow-Ons/Rights Issues

  • Kaisa nets $333m from rights issue

    Kaisa nets $333m from rights issue

    Property developer and manager Kaisa Group Holdings has raised HK$2.59bn ($332.97m) from shareholders of its Hong Kong listed stock, to be partly used to fund an acquisition.

  • Tiangong stock tumbles after top-up

    Tiangong stock tumbles after top-up

    Tiangong International’s share price slid after the Chinese steel production company priced a HK$844m ($108.6m) share placement near the bottom of the marketed range.

  • Tiangong launches HK$890m share sale

    Tiangong launches HK$890m share sale

    Tiangong International, a China-based steel producer, is selling up to HK$890m in new shares through a top-up placement, according to a term sheet seen by GlobalCapital Asia.

  • Capital signs up for Antares Vision re-IPO in Milan

    Capital signs up for Antares Vision re-IPO in Milan

    Antares Vision, the Italian technology company, has set the price range on a share sale to increase its liquidity in what will effectively be a re-IPO of the company. The company was given an early boost with Capital Group committing to act as a cornerstone on the share sale.

  • Fuyao Glass primary placement nets $558m

    Fuyao Glass primary placement nets $558m

    Fuyao Glass Industry Group, an automobile glass maker, has raised HK$4.33bn ($558.5m) after selling a chunk of new shares at the top of the marketed price range.

  • AC Energy prices $256m follow-on at low end

    AC Energy prices $256m follow-on at low end

    Philippines-based renewable power producer AC Energy has generated Ps12.4bn ($256.3m) in fresh equity, pricing a sale of new shares at the bottom of the marketed range, according to a source familiar with the matter.

  • FIG bond market to host Greek revival

    FIG bond market to host Greek revival

    Greek banks are making the most of exuberant conditions in the financial markets in 2021, with Eurobank spying a golden opportunity to return to the senior FIG bond market this week. The next milestone is the country’s first additional tier one and, having just breezed through an equity raise, Piraeus is a prime candidate to open the market. Frank Jackman and Sam Kerr report.

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