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Swiss Bank Corp

LSE clears Swiss Bank, Trafalgar of rules breaches

SWISS BANK Corp and Trafalgar House were ruled not guilty of any breach of London Stock Exchange (LSE) rules last night after an investigation was concluded into Trafalgar's hostile GBP1.2 billion (about HK$14.5 billion) bid for Northern Electric.

Friday, 20 January, 1995, 12:00am

LSE clears Swiss Bank, Trafalgar of rules breaches

SWISS BANK Corp and Trafalgar House were ruled not guilty of any breach of London Stock Exchange (LSE) rules last night after an investigation was concluded into Trafalgar's hostile GBP1.2 billion (about HK$14.5 billion) bid for Northern Electric.

20 Jan 1995 - 12:00am

A custom-tailored hedge can offer maximum protection

MULTINATIONAL companies and investors face a wide variety of currency exposures which can be hedged using currency options.

Swiss Bank Corp (SBC,) one of the leading providers of derivatives' instruments in Hong Kong, has prepared a guide to currency options and how they work to insulate companies and investors from risk.

4 Jul 1994 - 12:00am

Swiss Bank Corp warrant issue

SWISS Bank Corp, acting through its Hong Kong branch, issued 100 million 10-for-one warrants on HSBC Holdings on Wednesday, June 8, and not Union Bank of Switzerland.

10 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

Shell Electric plans offering

SHELL Electric (Holdings) will raise about US$60 million in a convertible bond offering to fund its business expansion in Hong Kong and China.

PrudAsia DBS is the arranger and Swiss Bank Corp is lead manager of the issue, which is mainly for investors in Switzerland.

2 Feb 1994 - 12:00am

SBC call warrants on HSBC

SWISS Bank Corp is to issue up to 120 million call warrants on HSBC Holdings at $1.71 each.

Under the plan, every 10 call warrants will entitle the holder to buy one existing HSBC share. The exercise price will be $81.50 a share, subject to adjustment.

12 Aug 1993 - 12:00am

SBC note offers new mainland exposure

SWISS Bank Corp is to issue a zero coupon note of up to 50 million Swiss francs (about HK$253.6 million) on a basket of eight Hongkong stocks exposed to China.

The China Protected Equity Participation Units (China PEP Units) are designed to give investors limited-risk access to stocks with a high exposure to the mainland economy.

9 Mar 1993 - 12:00am