Weimob, a Shanghai-based provider of marketing and cloud services to online merchants that is backed by Tencent Holdings and several private equity firms, has surged 14% on its first day of trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Shares of the company, which were priced at HK$2.80 apiece in the IPO, surged to HK$3.20 in morning trading on January 15 before falling back to HK$2.94 by midday. The company sold 317.6 million shares...
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CleanMax Solar, an Indian solar power developer with several PE backers, has raised INR2.75 billion ($39 million) from UK Climate Investments (UKCI), a renewable energy investment platform managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets.
RWDC Industries, a Singapore-based materials developer focused on biodegradable plastics, has raised $22 million from a group of investors including Vickers Venture Partners.
Tencent Holdings has led a Series C round for China-based Tangdou, a social media platform targeting senior citizens. Other participants include GGV Capital, Shunwei Capital and IDG Capital.