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China Merchants Securities seeks sell investors for Hong Kong’s 3rd biggest IPO this year

China Merchants Securities kicks off a H-share sale for sell investors on Tuesday, as it seeks adult to HK$11.4 billion in an initial open charity that would be a third largest in Hong Kong so distant this year.

Eleven cornerstone investors, including Tencent Holdings authority Ma Huateng, and Fosun Group have subscribed for 60 per cent of a shares on offer.

One of China’s 10 biggest brokers, CMS is offered 891.3 million H shares during an demonstrative cost operation between HK$11.54 to HK$12.78, of that 5 per cent are indifferent for sell investors, according to a prospectus. Retail investors need to compensate HK$2,581.8 for a house lot of 200 shares.

CMS ranks third among Hong Kong IPOs this year in terms of supports raised, after Postal Savings Bank of China, a world’s largest IPO this year, that lifted US$7.4 billion, and China Zheshang Bank, that lifted about US$1.7 billion.

“We aim to turn China’s best investment bank, and we also design to enhance abroad by Hong Kong,” authority Gong Shaolin pronounced during a press lecture on Monday.

Commenting on a news that Goldman Sachs is to cut 30 per cent of a investment bankers in Asia, Gong pronounced he still sees augmenting business direct for resources government in a region, as good as opportunities from Chinese companies that actively participated in abroad partnership and merger deals.

“The pricing is utterly inexpensive comparing it to a peers,” pronounced Sinopac Securities’ investigate conduct Ivan Li Sing-yeung. “The problem lies in a normal brokerage business, as trade turnover in a mainland is utterly low nowadays, while transition to investment banking is not easy. CMS might concentration on direct from China’s private enterprises.”

Price to book ratio, formed on a book value final year, was 1.1 to 1.2 times, compared with 1.0 to 1.4 times P/B ratio of a mainland peers listed in Hong Kong, Li said.

CMS Hong Kong, J.P. Morgan Securities and Morgan Stanley Asia are corner sponsors of a IPO. The stock’s trade entrance on a Hong Kong bourse is scheduled for Oct 7.

CMS skeleton to use 25 per cent of a net deduction to rise a brokerage and resources government business, 25 per cent for strengthening institutional clients services and a investment and trade business. Another 25 per cent will be used for abroad expansion.

Ma Huateng and Fosun Group have any betrothed to buy US$30 million value of shares, while PICC Life is a largest cornerstone investor, carrying betrothed to buy 333.3 million shares, value adult to US$546 million.

CMS was reported to have cut a IPO distance scarcely 70 per cent as a capricious marketplace sourroundings dampens investors’ sentiment.

“It’s normal to see change of fundraising aim as a marketplace is volatile,” Gong said, “But we are really assured in a business development.”

International chain for a IPO has been entirely subscribed, people informed with a matter told a South China Morning Post.

The broker’s net distinction strike a record high of 10.9 billion yuan final year interjection to China’s batch rally, though halt distinction for a initial 6 months slumped 70 per cent year-on-year due to a tumble in trade turnover in a A share marketplace this year.

The association distributes during slightest 10 per cent of annual net distinction as dividend.