Shares of electronics firm Hanel will be listed on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) on February 13, four years after its initial public offering (IPO).
|Hanel works in electronics production, information technology and telecommunications. Its shares will be listed in the local market on February 13. — Photo tinnhanhchungkhoan|
The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) approved the firm’s 192.6 million shares with the sticker HNE to list on UpCOM at the reference price of VND10,900 (US$0.47) each.
In 2016, Hanel sold more than 3.9 million shares, or 20.4 per cent of its shares at VND10,004 ($0.448) each.
Hanel works in electronics production, information technology and telecommunications. It has nine subsidiaries and five associated companies, such as Hanoi Telecom, which owns telecom provider Vietnamobile, and Daewoo Hotel on Nguyen Chi Thanh Street in Hanoi.
It has also built many real estate projects in Long Bien District, east of the capital city.
Established in 1984 as Hanoi Electronic Company with the city’s capital, the firm turned to a joint stock one in 2017 with initial charter capital of VND1.9 trillion including 97.93 per cent of charter capital owned by the State.
In 2018, it reached more than VND750 billion in revenue and VND178.2 billion in profit after tax. — VNS
Foreign investors in January bought a total net value of VND46 billion (nearly US$2 million) worth of shares on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM).
Masan MEATLife Joint Stock Company, a subsidiary of Masan Group, will list its shares on the Unlisted Public Company Market on December 9 at a reference price of VND 80,000 (US$4.46).