REUTERS - Jan 27 - Chinese online video company Kuaishou Technology is aiming to raise $4.95B to $5.42B in an IPO that will be the largest in Hong Kong for more than a year. The online video site, backed by Tencent Holdings, will price 365.2M shares at between HK$105 and $HK115 apiece. The IPO will value Kuaishou at between $55.6B and $60B, pre greenshoe. If the extra shares are sold it would take the market capitalization from $56.3B to $61.7B. If Kuaishou raises $6.2B, it will beat the most recent largest IPO in Hong Kong which was Budweiser Brewing Company's $5.75B IPO in September 2019. Kuaishou, which means "fast hand" in Chinese, operates apps that allow user-uploaded videos as well as live-streaming programs through which vendors can promote consumer products.