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  1. ING Bank forfeits half its QFII quota

    Posted Feb 13th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Kong-based spokesman for the Dutch bank. 'We felt at this stage it would be more prudent to invest US$50 million.' The decision was not affected by talks to sell most of ING's Asian equity business to Australia-based Macquarie Bank, he added. The Dutch financial institution intends to retain its QFII licence even after the proposed sale. Analysts say ING's pared quota ...

  2. ING seeks acquisitions in China

    Posted Sep 02nd 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Andrew K. Collier in Beijing Dutch-based ING Group is looking to buy a stake in a mainland bank, its chairman said yesterday. Michel Tilmant said that an acquisition would fit ... in the country and if we see an opportunity that fits our requirements, we will look at it seriously.' However, Mr Tilmant declined to comment on local media reports that ING had been in discussions ...

  3. ING quits Asian equities

    Posted Feb 05th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bei Hu, Andrew K. Collier and Anette Jonsson Australia's Macquarie Bank today begins its due diligence on the transfer of the Dutch group's business units Dutch financial group ING is in talks to sell most of its equity business in 10 Asian economies to Australia's Macquarie Bank to focus on more profitable debt, derivatives and mergers and acquisitions ...

  4. Respect grows from shared wisdom

    Posted Apr 30th 2004, 12:00am by David Evans

    ... ABN Amro, ING Bank, Fortress Bank, Phillips, Heineken and P&O Nedlloyd. A Dutch company was responsible for developing the baggage handling system at Chek Lap Kok airport ... how it manages to operate so efficiently with low fares and no government funding,' explained Cornelis Groeneveld, Deputy Consul-General and head of the economic section at the Dutch ...

  5. Guaranteed funds offer investors a stake in the mainland

    Posted Jan 09th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... telecommunications; consumer and retail; energy and basic materials; banking and financial services; property and conglomerate; and transport and travel industries. ING Investment Management is also launching a China-related guaranteed fund product. The Dutch investment management firm has launched an ING China WTO Guaranteed Fund with upside potential from the consumption boom which increased consumer demand ...

  6. The European renaissance is overdue

    Posted Sep 26th 2004, 12:00am by Chris Oliver

    ... three holdings are Bank of America, Bristol Myers and Royal Dutch. Thanks to the summer sell-off, European corporate dividends are about the same as government bond yields, Mr van Tiggelen says. ... financial markets have yet to display signs of life in the four years since the onset of the bear market in 2000, says the deputy head of global equities at ING Investment Management. Add to that, ...

  7. Foreign firms line up for CCB stake

    Posted Oct 30th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... that have submitted proposals for co-operation with CCB include US conglomerate General Electric and Dutch giant ING Group, the world's 15th-largest financial institution, sources said. ... of its restructuring last month. CCB, its listing sponsors Citigroup, China International Capital, Morgan Stanley and ING declined to comment. China is encouraging its banks to tap the stock ...

  8. Philips deal pushes TPV into top spot

    Posted Dec 17th 2004, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... said the Dutch giant's monitor business was 'marginally profitable' but declined to give any figures. JP Morgan is the final adviser to Philips, while ING Barings is advising ... of the Dutch giant's flat-screen television operations for US$358 million. The deal is aimed at bolstering TPV's economy of scale and production efficiency and allowing Philips to concentrate ...

  9. Philips deal pushes TPV to top

    Posted Dec 17th 2004, 12:00am by Georgina Lee

    ... while TPV expects its annual sales to reach about US$3.8 billion. A banking source said the Dutch giant's monitor business was 'marginally profitable' but declined to give any ... of intent to buy Royal Philips Electronics' monitor business as well as part of the Dutch giant's flat-screen television operations for US$358 million. The deal is aimed at bolstering ...

  10. Hutchison wants to repay $21b in 3G loans to cut costs

    Posted Mar 10th 2004, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... on interest costs. The conglomerate confirmed yesterday it had written to banks recently to ask about settling outstanding loans for its 80 per cent-owned 3UK. The loans are not due until March next ... that 3UK's other partner, NTT DoCoMo, is looking for an exit. In November last year, Hutchison bought out the 15 per cent stake held by Dutch telecommunications group KPN for GBP90 million- or just ...




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