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China’s national pension fund keen to play ‘active’ role in Ant Group’s IPO

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s national pension fund has said it will be “very active” in the world’s biggest initial public offering from Ant Group, the online payments giant.Chen Wenhui, a vice-chairman of the National Council for Social Security Fund, made the comments at an event at the Bund Summit in Shanghai on Sunday with Eric Jing, Ant’s executive chairman.“We are looking forward to the subscription quota and shares that Chairman Jing will allocate to us,” Chen said. “I am trying to convince him that if they…

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China’s national pension fund has said it will be “very active” in the world’s biggest initial public offering from Ant Group, the online payments giant.Chen Wenhui, a vice-chairman of the National Council for Social Security Fund, made the comments at an event at the Bund Summit in Shanghai on Sunday with Eric Jing, Ant’s executive chairman.“We are looking forward to the subscription quota and shares that Chairman Jing will allocate to us,” Chen said. “I am trying to convince him that if they…

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