In Focus

21 Aug 19
Customer satisfaction is quantified at Manulife which puts the customer at the centre of everything it does.
19 Aug 19
Employers are now looking for more data scientists and full stack developers for mobile and web applications that go beyond the traditional set of...
19 Aug 19
The number of listings in Q1 fell short of last year’s record with only US$4.63b raised across 52 deals in May.
19 Aug 19
In-demand programmers and regulatory specialists can command a 30% raise.
29 Jul 19
Only 7% of locals will choose homegrown brands over global ones, a study found.
24 Jul 19
Rents also fell 0.3% MoM to accelerate space backfilling.
17 Jul 19
Leasing costs fell 0.4% led by declines in Central and Wanchai/Causeway Bay.
3 Jul 19
PwC predicts 200 public offerings in 2019, including 170 on the HKEX’s mainboard.
25 Jun 19
Cross-border capital in Hong Kong crashed 37% to US$11.14b.
17 Jun 19
There were 10,128 sales and purchase agreements in April alone.
29 May 19
Citibank, AXA, JP Morgan and Nike are some of the big-ticket names that chose to settle in Kowloon.
22 May 19
Home prices in both the luxury and mass segment rebounded in Q1 2019.
8 May 19
Private consumption and investment growth will prop up the struggling economy.
30 Apr 19
Its international positioning and robust data protection framework make it the ideal location for the region.
24 Apr 19
Its open approach to the Internet and entrepreneurship makes it an asset for the Chinese ecosystem.
17 Apr 19
Banks and co-working facilities hit the brakes on their expansion plans.
3 Apr 19
Strong office investments offset sluggish retail and industrial investment volumes.
26 Mar 19
The industrials sector received the highest number of IPOs with seven deals with a total of US$263m.
20 Mar 19
This was the slowest pace of GDP growth since 2016.
13 Mar 19
Whilst Hong Kong is rightly placed for the market-driven influx, the art scene may be reaching a saturation point.
6 Mar 19
The stock market rout slashed the growth of posh property prices to just 1.8%.
27 Feb 19
However, the number of deals picked up 27% as deals diversified.
27 Feb 19
SenseTime and Tinklabs closed billion-dollar funding rounds.
13 Feb 19
One family office has devoted 15% of US$70m capital into tech investments.
6 Feb 19
Buying sentiment remained cautious.
30 Jan 19
The protracted trade dispute has dimmed outlook for traditional real estate.
23 Jan 19
Undaunted by trade jitters, operators are actively expanding in Tseung Kwan O.
16 Jan 19
Office rents will slow to 2-4% growth in 2019 from 8-10% expansion in the previous year.
9 Jan 19
The demand will be driven in large part by fintech, as banks apply for their virtual banking licenses.
19 Dec 18
The city's crammed IPO pipeline features a little over 200 applicants.
12 Dec 18
Proceeds from New York IPOs only hit US$205b as it settles for a tentative second place.
5 Dec 18
The total deal consideration was $43.3b.
28 Nov 18
The sub-district offers larger office spaces, affordable rent and good business amenities.
21 Nov 18
Its dominance, however, may be challenged by deepening trade tensions.
14 Nov 18
The worst case scenario envisions residential property prices to crash by as much as 25%.
7 Nov 18
The two-year streak was broken after residential property prices fell 0.1%.
31 Oct 18
The SAR still needs to work on extending APIs for banking needs.
24 Oct 18
Apartments will be priced more conservatively in response to weakening sentiment.
17 Oct 18
Investment volume ballooned 259.4% in Q2 thanks to aggressive Mainland investors.
4 Oct 18
With total funds raised at $54.8b, Hong Kong holds the fifth spot in the global IPO league.