The news of Jack Ma’s return comes on the final day of the China Development forum, a government-funded event being held in Beijing
Seven executives of Ant have left the Alibaba Partnership, the body that elects the e-commerce giant's board, following a demand by regulators that the two tech giants be 'decoupled'
Tencent Holdings, Ant Group, Baidu and JD.com are among signatories to a pact to stop secondary trading in NFTs and other digital collectibles
Beijing's harsh regulatory crackdown means Ant now stresses its autonomy, to the point that Alibaba might even compete with its one-time sister company
Billionaire Jack Ma's fintech group aims to file a preliminary prospectus for the share offering in Shanghai and Hong Kong as early as next month, sources told Reuters
The Monetary Authority of Singapore gave approval on June 2 to an application for the bank to commence business, Ant and wholly-owned ANEXT said in a statement
As well as chairing Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, the bourse's parent company, Cha also sits on the Hong Kong government’s executive council
Paytm E-commerce bought back a combined stake of 43.32% for 42 crore rupees ($5.4 million), valuing the company at just around 100 crore rupees ($10.2 million)
The deal will lead to the integration of Ant's Alipay+ payment service with 2C2P's platform used by merchants in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas
An Alibaba affiliate sold more than $150 million of the tech giant's shares just days before Ant Group's US listing was cancelled, avoiding millions in losses.
Beijing has reportedly asked state firms to identify any links they have with billionaire Jack Ma's Ant Group
Investor worries over a possible new crackdown by Beijing set off steep drops in Chinese tech shares on Tuesday. Alibaba, Meituan, Tencent and JD.com were all dragged down