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EY supports the Chief Executive’s 2021 Policy Address and its initiatives to bolster the development of economy and society

HONG KONG, 7 OCTOBER 2021. The Chief Executive, Carrie Lam presented the 2021 Policy Address (“The Policy”) on 6 October, which is the last one of her current-term Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government’s five-year tenure.

7 Oct 2021 Hong Kong SAR

A-share market posted strong performance and HKEX hit a record high by proceeds

BEIJING, 24 JUNE 2021. EY today released the Mainland China and Hong Kong IPO report, which concluded 1H2021 IPO activities in the world and Greater China and highlighted the outlook in 2H2021. As the impact of the pandemic was mitigated, global IPOs rebounded in1H2021, a total of 1,020 companies were listed and funds raised amounted to US$210.6b, up 138% and 199% by volume and proceeds respectively compared with the same period last year. China remained one of the leading IPO markets in the world, where IPOs to grow, accounting for 29% and 29% of the world’s total by deal number and proceeds respectively. It is estimated that the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) ranked the second among global bourses in terms of IPO deals and Nasdaq ranked top by deal volume with 144 IPO deals due to the maintaining momentum of the listing of Chinese companies in the US. Kuaishou Technology became the world’s largest IPO in terms of funds raised, China Three Gorges Renewables and JD Logistics were ranked among the world’s top five largest IPOs.

24 Jun 2021 Beijing

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A-share market posted strong performance and HKEX hit a record high by proceeds

BEIJING, 24 JUNE 2021. EY today released the Mainland China and Hong Kong IPO report, which concluded 1H2021 IPO activities in the world and Greater China and highlighted the outlook in 2H2021. As the impact of the pandemic was mitigated, global IPOs rebounded in1H2021, a total of 1,020 companies were listed and funds raised amounted to US$210.6b, up 138% and 199% by volume and proceeds respectively compared with the same period last year. China remained one of the leading IPO markets in the world, where IPOs to grow, accounting for 29% and 29% of the world’s total by deal number and proceeds respectively. It is estimated that the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) ranked the second among global bourses in terms of IPO deals and Nasdaq ranked top by deal volume with 144 IPO deals due to the maintaining momentum of the listing of Chinese companies in the US. Kuaishou Technology became the world’s largest IPO in terms of funds raised, China Three Gorges Renewables and JD Logistics were ranked among the world’s top five largest IPOs.

24 Jun 2021

Turning pressure into transformation with commitment to sustainable development — EY releases Listed Banks in China: 2020 Review and Outlook

HONG KONG, 20 May 2021 — EY released Listed Banks in China: 2020 Review and Outlook, which shows that listed banks achieved positive net profit growth in 2020, while weathering the COVID-19 pandemic with operational resilience. The report concludes that listed banks that can remain resilient and achieve sustainable high-quality development in the future will be those actively seeking transformation, seizing policy opportunities and adhering to strategic commitment to sustainable development.

20 May 2021

China’s strong recovery boosted cross-border investment and Chinese overseas M&As increased markedly in Q1 — EY releases the Overview of China outbound investment of Q1 2021

BEIJING, 7 May 2021 — EY today releases the Overview of China outbound investment of Q1 2021. China’s overall ODI registered a positive start in 2021 with a YOY increase of 12.6%. The announced value of China overseas M&As reached US$17.2 billion, up 135% YOY. Europe was China’s top overseas M&A destination in Q1 2021, accounting for 45% of the total deals by value during the period. TMT, consumer products as well as advanced manufacturing & mobility were the top three sectors.

7 May 2021

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