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Chinese regulators expected to encourage M&A of listed private firms

June 10, 2019


Abstract : Chinese regulators are likely to further deepen M&A market reform and encourage excellent listed private companies to conduct M&A within their respective industries, reported China Securities Journal citing experts.

BEIJING, June 10 (Xinhua) – Chinese regulators are likely to further deepen M&A market reform and encourage excellent listed private companies to conduct M&A within their respective industries, reported China Securities Journal citing experts.

Since the beginning of 2019, China’s M&A market activity kept improving. Data with Wind, one of the main financial information services providers in China, showed there were about 1,438 M&A deals underway by listed firms by June 3, significantly higher than the 536 ones and 573 ones for the same periods of 2018 and 2017.

Recently, M&A activities targeting strategic cooperation, business transformation and assets adjustment gradually increased, hinting that Chinese enterprises demonstrated stronger ability in capital market operations and their M&A activities turned more rational as they paid more and more attention to sharpen competitiveness via M&A.

Public statistics told that there were 2,991 M&A deals completed by private listed enterprises in China in 2018, accounting for about 72 percent of the total by listed firms. Turnover of their M&As grossed 1.488354 trillion yuan, taking up 58 percent of the total.

By June 3, 2019, private listed firms conducted 614 M&A deals, making up 68 percent of the total by listed firms and their transactions valued 300.843 billion yuan, accounting for about 45 percent of the total.

As analysts held, deepening M&A market reform was very important for the development of listed firms and private companies. Via M&A, non-listed private firms will have a chance to enter the capital market, good for optimizing capital market structure and advance its healthy development. (Edited by Duan Jing, duanjing@xinhua.org)

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