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Xiaomi spells out IPO details, aims to raise up to $6.1 bn in Hong Kong IPO

Xiaomi has secured Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and CLSA as joint sponsors, joint global coordinators, joint bookrunners and joint lead managers of the Global Offering

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Eyeing one of the biggest global debuts in recent years, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi on Saturday announced details of its initial public offering (IPO) of possibly up to $6.1 billion in and its proposed listing on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Limited.

Even as this is less than $10 billion, which the handset maker was reportedly hoping to achieve a few weeks ago, this would still make it the world's biggest IPO.

Xiaomi is expecting the current offer price to be between HK$17-HK$22 per Offer Share and hence, it could raise anywhere between $4.72 billion-$ 6.1 billion.

"Today we present ourselves to you as we prepare to enter a new stage in our journey. Within seven years of our founding, our annual revenue exceeded RMB100 billion, achieving a growth rate that many traditional are unable to match.

"With our unique ecosystem model, we have mobilised many like-minded entrepreneurs, and we are not only changing industries in China, but also elsewhere in the world," Lei Jun, Executive Director, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Xiaomi, said in a statement.

Notably, the smartphone player has secured Goldman Sachs, and as joint sponsors, joint global coordinators, joint bookrunners and joint lead managers of the Global Offering.

A total of 2,179,585,000 shares (subject to the over-allotment option) are being offered under the Global Offering, comprising an international offering of 2,070,605,000 Offer Shares (subject to reallocation and the over-allotment option) and a Public Offering of 108,980,000 Offer Shares.

"Fundamentally, the Internet is all about transparency, efficiency, and equality. We want to allow everyone to enjoy the benefits of technology. That is the goal that all Xiaomi employees and I are working tirelessly for," Lei added.

According to a previous report that mentioned the regulatory filing with the Hong Kong stock exchange, Xiaomi also reported a revenue of $18 billion and a gross profit of $2.3 billion in 2017.

The company is currently at the fourth position in the smartphone market globally, behind Samsung, Apple and

In the first quarter of 2018, Xiaomi with over 51 per cent growth was at the fifth spot in China, Counterpoint Research reported.

Xiaomi was the fastest growing brand in China during the quarter.

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First Published: Sat, June 23 2018. 21:11 IST