Charles Li Xiaojia
Charles Li Xiaojia is unhappy about conditions in global commodity markets. In his blog last week, the chief executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing bemoaned China's lack of influence on global commodity prices.Tuesday, 2 July, 2013, 2:51am
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing's expansion into new asset classes meant slowing initial public offerings were not a concern, said Charles Li Xiaojia, chief executive of the No 1 bourse operator by market value.
Listings and average daily trading volumes reflected market sentiment, which was why the company was entering new asset classes, Li said.1 Mar 2013 - 5:17am
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has unveiled a new management structure following its takeover of London Metal Exchange.
The exchange would also launch more yuan-denominated commodities products as it moved to take advantage of the internationalisation of the currency, chief executive Charles Li Xiaojia said.8 Jan 2013 - 4:21am
HK$8.9m in bonus shares for HKEx chief
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has awarded chief executive Charles Li Xiaojia shares worth HK$8.92 million as a long-term incentive. The HKEx board also approved HK$103.48 million for the purchase of shares to be awarded to other selected employees. Enoch Yiu
Greece to spend €10b on bond buy-back4 Dec 2012 - 3:10am
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing's proposed takeover of London Metal Exchange could well be the quickest way for it to diversify but it is also the biggest gamble the local bourse has ever taken.
However, it was hardly a surprise to brokers, who link the move to HKEx chief executive and former investment banker Charles Li Xiaojia's penchant for deal making.16 Nov 2012 - 2:47am
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx), the operator of the local stock and futures markets, has overseen strong growth in the past few years but has lost its shine amid a slump in turnover and listings.9 Nov 2012 - 3:59am
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing chief executive Charles Li Xiaojia has had his contract renewed for another three years but it is too early for him to crack open the champagne to celebrate.2 Nov 2012 - 1:04pm