China Everbright Group is a state-run financial conglomerate. Its operations include China Everbright Ltd, which listed in Hong Kong in 1997 with the stock code 165. Another unit, brokerage China Everbright Securities, was penalised in August 2013 after a trading glitch caused a spike of more than 5 per cent in China’s stock indexes on August 16.
The former head of a trading unit at mainland brokerage Everbright Securities has filed a lawsuit against the China Securities Regulatory Commission to contest punishment he received for insider trading last year.Saturday, 15 February, 2014, 4:40am
Buying of their own company shares by directors rose for a fourth week in the first week of the month, with 39 companies reporting 150 purchases worth HK$140 million based on filings to the stock exchange.9 Sep 2013 - 3:44am
China Everbright Securities incurred net losses of 523.1 million yuan (HK$662 million) in August as a result of a glitch in its trading system that prompted record fines from the regulators, the brokerage said in a notice posted late on Friday.
Everbright said its figures were based on preliminary data7 Sep 2013 - 10:37am
The mainland securities regulator fined state-controlled broker Everbright Securities a record 523 million yuan (HK$663 million) for a trading error that caused chaos on the Shanghai stock exchange two weeks ago.31 Aug 2013 - 4:16am
Trading in shares of China Everbright Securities was suspended on Friday pending an announcement, the Shanghai Stock Exchanges said on its website.
Everbright Securities official declined to comment, saying that the company would make an announcement later.30 Aug 2013 - 11:43am
China Everbright, the Hong Kong investment arm of state-run financial conglomerate China Everbright Group, said yesterday it may make additional write-offs for a recent "fat finger" trading error by Everbright Securities after it reported a decline in first-half profit that it blamed partly on an undisclosed provision.30 Aug 2013 - 3:30am
Chinese web users expressed cynicism on Monday about a reported US investigation into banking giant JP Morgan Chase over its hiring of influential officials’ children, with some calling the practice widespread and an “open secret”.20 Aug 2013 - 1:05am 3 comments
China has slapped restrictions on the number of new stock index futures positions that Everbright Securities can build after a glitch in the brokerage’s systems caused a brief spike in the country’s stock indexes last week.20 Aug 2013 - 4:32am