Hundreds of IPOs Stuck in Logjam Amid Tightened Regulatory Reviews (Caixin)

Backlogs of applications for initial public offerings reemerged in China as regulators tightened scrutiny following Ant Group’s surprise listing suspension, forcing several companies to cancel their share sale plans.

A total of 14 companies that planned to list on mainland bourses have had their listing processes terminated so far this year, and at least seven of them withdrew their applications voluntarily, data from the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges show. READ MORE (CACHED ARTICLE)

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