CORRECTED-China Everbright Bank to launch $2.8 bln Hong Kong offer on Tuesday
(Corrects the maximum deal value in the second paragraph)
HONG KONG Dec 9 (Reuters) - China Everbright Bank Co Ltd said it will launch an up to $2.8 billion Hong Kong share offering on Tuesday to raise funds to bolster its balance sheet.
The Shanghai-listed bank aims to sell 5.1 billion shares at an indicative price of HK$3.83 to HK$4.27 each, the mid-sized Chinese lender statement said in a statement on Monday. That would make the deal worth up to HK$21.8 billion ($2.8 billion).
China Everbright Bank received commitments worth $1.74 billion from 19 so-called cornerstone investors including China Shipping (Group) Co and Prudential Financial Inc , its prospectus showed.
China Everbright Securities, China International Capital Corp (CICC), Morgan Stanley and UBS AG were hired as joint global coordinators.
($1 = 7.7543 Hong Kong dollars) (Reporting by Elzio Barreto; Editing by Denny Thomas and Christopher Cushing)
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