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  1. SFC digging deeper into misconduct as it probes six companies

    Posted Oct 15th 2004, 12:00am by Enoch Yiu

    ... of Interests) Ordinance. Wong did not report his holding of 1.9 million shares in the company within five days of being appointed as director of the listed company on October 16, 2002, nor the sale ... is digging deeper into suspicious transactions related to listed companies,' Eric Cheng, the commission's senior director of surveillance and enforcement, wrote in its monthly investor ...

  2. Foreign companies bring cash and challenges

    Posted Mar 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Enoch Yiu enoch.yiu@scmp.com The influx of foreign companies listing in Hong Kong shows the strength of the local stock market but also bring new enforcement challenges to regulators ... [for foreign companies] as they would for Hong Kong companies. Is that an issue? Is that something investors are willing to accept? Is it something that can be solved by disclosure? All ...

  3. Dredging company sets price right at the bottom

    Posted Jun 18th 2011, 12:00am

    ... range at HK$3.19 per share, well below the maximum of HK$4.07. The company's decision yesterday followed the tepid market response to its initial public offering, which saw its 20 million ... over-subscribed', Xiangyu Dredging said. It has made an over-allocation of 3.7 million shares in its international offering. Xiangyu, China's largest private dredging company, accounted for just 2.4 ...

  4. Keep the peace and make Saturday a respite from city's construction noise

    Posted Oct 12th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the community by carrying on heaving construction activity on Saturdays. Jackhammering and piledriving should be restricted to weekdays only, even though the Noise Control Ordinance allows otherwise. Corporate social responsibility is about companies going beyond their legal obligations in consideration of their stakeholders, in this case the community. The government commenced a five-day ...

  5. Companies reporting this week

    Posted Mar 28th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Today Final: Anhui Conch Cement, Beijing Capital Land, Brilliance China Automotive Holdings, China Southern Airlines, Dalian Port, Gome Electrical Appliances Holding, Shun Tak Holdings, Sun Hung Kai & Co, Tianjin Port Development Holdings Tomorrow Fin ...

  6. Companies reporting this week

    Posted Aug 16th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Today Interim: Anhui Conch Cement, Anta Sports Products, China Southern Airlines, CLP Holdings, Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holdings Corp Tomorrow Interim: Angang Steel, AviChina Industry & Technology, Beijing Capital International Airport, China Taiping ...

  7. Christmas 2011, not the rosiest date to put in your diary

    Posted Dec 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the department and rewriting the Companies Ordinance. Since retiring, he has been writing a book that will be published soon. The book, Corporate Governance and Compliance in Hong Kong, to be published by LexisNexis in early January, is a major survey of corporate governance, and covers current and proposed reforms in the sector, including the ongoing Companies Ordinance Rewrite Exercise, duties ...

  8. Companies reporting this week

    Posted Mar 01st 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Today Interim: Guoco Group Final: CK Life Sciences International (Holdings), eForce Holdings, Kingboard Chemical Holdings, Kingboard Laminates Holdings, M Dream Inworld, Hang Seng Bank, HSBC Holdings, Kowloon Development, Polytec Asset Holdings, Sands Chi ...

  9. Companies reporting this week

    Posted Aug 24th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Wharf (Holdings), Towngas China, Wheelock and Company Final: Esprit Holdings, Hopewell Holdings Thursday Interim: Bank of China, BOC Hong Kong (Holdings), China Citic Bank Corp, China Cosco ...

  10. Business Digest

    Posted May 31st 2012, 12:00am

    ... at professional investors. Enoch Yiu More details sought on scrapping headcount rule Lawmakers have asked for more information on a government proposal to scrap the headcount rule in the Companies Ordinance. Under the rule, a privatisation must be approved by 50 per cent of those present at a shareholders' meeting. The majority it requires is based on the number of shareholders, ...




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