Richard Elman, who got his start as a scrap metals labourer before creating Asia's top commodities trader by revenue, surrounds himself with reminders of his hard-won success.
Founded in Hong Kong in 1986, Noble Group manages a diversified portfolio of essential raw materials, integrating the sourcing, marketing, processing, financing, and transportation. It owns strategic assets such as coal and iron ore and grain crushing plants and infrastructure and sources from low-cost producers in Brazil, Australia and Indonesia, and supplies high-growth, high-demand markets in China, India and the Middle East.
Noble quarterly profit misses estimates
Noble Group, the Hong Kong-based commodities group, saw net profit surge 71 per cent to US$343 million in the first six months of this year on the back of record group revenue and higher...
Noble Group plans to seek joint investment opportunities with South Korea's sovereign wealth fund after the Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) took a stake in the Hong Kong-headquartered,...
The cash-rich raw materials merchant and logistics firm is looking for assets
Hong Kong-based Noble Group, which pulled its shares off the Hong Kong exchange last year, debuted in Singapore yesterday with a 10.8 per cent rise.
Metals and commodities trader Noble Group, delisted in the territory last year, says 6.08 million shares offered to the public in Singapore has been 18.8 times subscribed.
Noble Group is voluntarily withdrawing its 320 million shares from the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong after only 19 months' trading.
Anglo Chinese Corporate Finance is making a...
Two executive directors of Noble Group are spearheading an effort to buy up all of its issued share capital, withdraw the company from the stock exchange and possibly relist it elsewhere.
SHIPPING company Noble Group has reported a 119 per cent increase in attributable profit to $77.47 million for the six months ended June.
Turnover was up 51 per cent at $2.2 billion...
COMMODITY trader and ship operator Noble Group has completed negotiations to acquire its third vessel, the 64,816 dwt Marianne I, for US$6.5 million.
The dwt dry bulk carrier is the...
SHARES in newly listed Noble Group finished two per cent higher on the first day of trading yesterday.
The counter closed two cents above its issue price at $1.05.