Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will consider a listing in Hong Kong, the South China Morning Post reported the company's founder Jack Ma as saying — remarks which follow the city's decision to allow dual-class share listings. Ma was responding to an invitation by Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to list in the city during a discussion at an event in Hong Kong. "Alibaba will take this message. We will definitely consider Hong Kong's market," the newspaper quoted Ma as saying. "We hope we can further invest in Hong Kong and enhance our participation in the ...
Founder Jack Ma says Alibaba to consider lisiting in Hong Kong: Report
Alibaba held its record $25 billion public float in New York in 2014 after Hong Kong, its favoured venue, refused to accept its governance structure