Chinese internet only insurer Zhong An has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong according to reports.
The listing, worth up to $1.5bn (£1.15bn), is expected towards the end of this year, according to International Financing Review.
Zhong An, which has shareholders including Tencent and Alibaba, is not commenting on the story.
Sounded a good plan, Exec Team Visit to our wonderful claims team in Morecambe, bit of a ‘Back to the Floor’ & dish out some Easter Eggs. Lovely. So how did I end up with these & having to wear them home on the train? Thanks @helenidle @AXAUK @AXA_Broker #BunnyEars pic.twitter.com/cNd80WnRPd— David Williams (@AXADavidW) April 17, 2019
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