Tech & Science Alibaba: the huge amount Ant (Alipay) hopes to raise on the stock market

10:10  24 september  2020
10:10  24 september  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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The company will list on the Shanghai Stock Exchange ’s (SSE) STAR Alipay was later spun off into a separate firm Ant Financial. It renamed itself as Ant Group in June New York-listed Alibaba owns a 33% stake in Ant Group, and last year held a secondary listing in Hong Kong where it raised

Alibaba : le montant faramineux qu’espère lever Ant (Alipay) en Bourse © Pixabay Alibaba: the huge amount Ant (Alipay) hopes to raise on the stock market The Chinese online payment giant Ant (Alipay system, omnipresent in China), affiliated with Alibaba, hopes to raise the record sum of 35 billion dollars on the stock market. It would be the largest initial public offering in history! Ant would be valued at $ 250 billion.

The biggest IPO in history is on the horizon ... Affiliated with Chinese leader in e-commerce Alibaba , online payment giant Ant Group, known for its Alipay system ubiquitous in China, now plans to raise $ 35 billion (30 billion euros) during its IPO ( IPO ), reports the Bloomberg agency. This would be more than the 29.4 billion dollars scooped by the Saudi oil giant Aramco on the Riyadh stock exchange. Ant hopes to raise this windfall in Hong Kong as well as on a new platform created in 2019 in Shanghai, Bloomberg explains, relying on two unidentified sources. This project would value Ant Group to the tune of 250 billion dollars.

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Ant Financial’s core product, mobile payments wallet Alipay , quietly passed the 1 billion mark in Alipay is the most widely used fintech product on the planet . And it got that big without really “I’d say we’re quite busy with the markets we’re in,” says Ant Financial’s president of international business

Past machinations surrounding Alipay undercut Alibaba stock . Getting that business finally on board could boost the BABA stock price. As the Alibaba (NYSE: BABA ) stock price rallies again, something’s still missing: Alipay . Alipay and its parent company, Ant Financial, aren’t owned by

Ant Group claims more than 700 million active users of its Alipay system each month and an annual transaction volume exceeding 118 trillion yuan (14.4 trillion euros) in mainland China. Its main competitor in the country is the internet giant Tencent with its WeChat Pay platform. Ant Group obtained the green light from the Shanghai Stock Exchange for this listing last week. The group based in Hangzhou (east) is due to discuss this project with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange soon, perhaps next week. The IPO could take place in October.

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The group had explained in August that it intended to use the funds raised to develop its cross-border payment systems and to develop its capacities in terms of research and development. By opting for Hong Kong, Ant Group responded to Beijing's call, which wants to see the national flagships of the technology sector listed on national stock exchanges, in a period of sharp economic and political rivalry with the United States.

This is a setback for the American markets, knowing that other Chinese groups, especially in the technology sector, are considering turning away from New York due to the geopolitical context. This IPO will, however, be a boost for Hong Kong, at a time when questions arise about the international attractiveness of the former British colony, due to its strong takeover by Beijing.

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