Efforts to rein in China’s technology giants have dampened investor sentiment, with India and Southeast Asia stepping into the void. China remains active for fundraising, but there are fears that US IPO activity could take a hit
Indonesian e-commerce platform Bukalapak – which counts GIC, and Microsoft among its investors – has unveiled plans to become the first of the country’s technology unicorns to complete a domestic IPO.
Qiming Venture Partners is mobilizing its newly launched public equities unit – and $500 million fund – to participate as an anchor investor in Hong Kong IPOs by Chinese healthcare companies.
Daojia, a China-based online-to-offline (O2O) home services provider that has previously received funding from KKR, Alibaba Group, and Ping An Group, has filed for an IPO in the US.
Arrail Group, a leading Chinese dental chain that has raised about $400 million in private funding since 2010, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Didi completed the largest PE-backed IPO in the US in seven years by a Chinese company, but its stock was pegged back within days of launch after the country's internet regulator moved against the ride-hailing platform.
HutchMed – formerly Hutchison China MediTech – saw its share price jump 50% on debut after raising HK$4.17 billion ($536.9 million) through a Hong Kong share offering.
Competing Chinese online grocery delivery platform Miss Fresh raised $267 million through its US IPO, but the company endured a difficult debut and continues to trade well below the offering price.
Dingdang Health, a Chinese online pharmacy business that raised $220 million in funding earlier this month, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Huohua Siwei, a China-based children's online education platform specializing in mathematics and science otherwise known as Spark Education, has filed to list in the US.
Manbang, a China trucking business that claims to be the world’s largest digital freight platform, gained 13% on debut following a $1.57 billion IPO in the US.
PE-backed Abbisko Therapeutics, which focuses on the discovery and development of innovative and differentiated small molecule oncology therapies, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
PAG Asia Capital-backed China Youran Dairy Group raised HK$4.99 billion ($643 million) through a Hong Kong IPO but then ended its trading debut below the IPO price.
Chinese healthcare big data company LinkDoc Technology, which counts New Enterprise Associates (NEA), China Broadband Capital, and Temasek Holdings among its investors, has filed for an IPO in the US.
Yonghe Medical Group, a Chinese hair healthcare specialist best known for hair transplants, is targeting a Hong Kong IPO. Its largest external shareholder is CPE, formerly CITIC Private Equity.
Chinese ride-hailing platform operator Didi, which has raised over $20 billion in private funding during its nine-year history and is valued at more than $60 billion, has filed to list in the US.
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Competing Chinese online grocery delivery platforms Dingdong Macai and Miss Fresh, recipients of more than $3 billion in aggregate private funding, have both filed to list in the US.
China’s Star Market has seen a drop-off in IPOs as regulators call for heightened scrutiny of listing candidates – to the point of asking PE and VC investors to identify the LPs in their funds
Manbang, a China trucking business that claims to be the world’s largest digital freight platform, has filed for a US IPO. The company achieved a valuation of $12 billion in its most recent funding round six months ago.
JD Logistics, a supply chain solutions and logistics provider that spun out from Chinese online retailer JD.com, gained 3.3% on its Hong Kong trading debut following a HK$24.6 billion ($3.2 billion) IPO.
Cloud Village, a music streaming business controlled by Chinese internet and gaming giant NetEase and backed by the likes of General Atlantic, Boyu Capital, and Yunfeng Capital, has filed for a Hong Kong IPO.
Zhangmen, a private equity-backed Chinese online K-12 education platform specializing in one-to-one and small-class tuition, has filed for a US IPO.
Oatly, a Swedish oat-based, dairy-free beverage brand backed by a joint venture between China Resources Group and Verlinvest, raised $1.43 billion in its US IPO, facilitating partial exits for several investors.