Enoch Yiu

Enoch Yiu joined the Post as a business reporter in 1996. Before that, she worked at a Chinese daily newspaper for four years. She is author of two books: 'They Mean Business: 50 exclusive interviews with Hong Kong top executives' and 'Serving with Passion: stories of established catering brands in Hong Kong'.
Enoch Yiu
Enoch Yiu joined the Post as a business reporter in 1996. Before that, she worked at a Chinese daily newspaper for four years. She is author of two books: 'They Mean Business: 50 exclusive interviews with Hong Kong top executives' and 'Serving with Passion: stories of established catering brands in Hong Kong'.

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Hong Kong Bankers Club finds new home in Nexxus Building, to stay in Central

The Hong Kong Bankers Club, a hub for the city’s top financial professionals, will move to Nexxus Building on 41, Connaught Road in Hong Kong’s Central district, in October 2020, according to a letter sent to its members on Friday.

24 May 2019 - 10:46PM

The Hong Kong Bankers Club, a hub for the city’s top financial professionals, will move to Nexxus Building on 41, Connaught Road in Hong Kong’s Central district, in October 2020, according to a letter sent to its members on Friday.

Hong Kong Bankers Club finds new home in Nexxus Building, to stay in Central
HSBC helps China’s manufacturers expand their production lines in Southeast Asia to dodge trade war tariffs

A growing number of manufacturers are looking to extend existing capacity in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and India, says HSBC’s head of Greater China

24 May 2019 - 9:41AM

A growing number of manufacturers are looking to extend existing capacity in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and India, says HSBC’s head of Greater China

HSBC helps China’s manufacturers expand their production lines in Southeast Asia to dodge trade war tariffs
David Li Kwok-po to step down as chief executive at Bank of East Asia, hands over century-old bank’s rein to his two sons

David Li Kwok-po, who will remain the bank’s executive chairman starting July 1, has been its CEO since 1981 in a 50-year spell.

23 May 2019 - 11:28PM

David Li Kwok-po, who will remain the bank’s executive chairman starting July 1, has been its CEO since 1981 in a 50-year spell.

David Li Kwok-po to step down as chief executive at Bank of East Asia, hands over century-old bank’s rein to his two sons
Access to audit papers – state secrets – of mainland companies to help Hong Kong regulator’s investigations

Agreement signed by the Financial Reporting Council and a unit of China’s Ministry of Finance will allow access to audit papers of mainland companies which are considered as ‘state secrets’.

22 May 2019 - 10:58PM

Agreement signed by the Financial Reporting Council and a unit of China’s Ministry of Finance will allow access to audit papers of mainland companies which are considered as ‘state secrets’.

Access to audit papers – state secrets – of mainland companies to help Hong Kong regulator’s investigations
Debt-ridden HMV mulls big liquidation sale of CDs, DVDs in Hong Kong after potential buyers walk away

The potential sale would see 100,000 CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays and records offered at heavily discounted prices.

22 May 2019 - 8:42AM

The potential sale would see 100,000 CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays and records offered at heavily discounted prices.

Debt-ridden HMV mulls big liquidation sale of CDs, DVDs in Hong Kong after potential buyers walk away
Singapore, Bangalore beat Hong Kong in Deutsche Bank’s worldwide quality-of-life poll. Beijing is in second-last position

Hong Kong has been ranked 44th out of 56 cities for its quality of life, in a survey released by Deutsche Bank on Monday.

21 May 2019 - 12:08PM

Hong Kong has been ranked 44th out of 56 cities for its quality of life, in a survey released by Deutsche Bank on Monday.

Singapore, Bangalore beat Hong Kong in Deutsche Bank’s worldwide quality-of-life poll. Beijing is in second-last position
Former JPMorgan banker charged with bribery relating to Kerry Logistics’ IPO appears in court

Catherine Leung Kar-cheung, the former managing director of JPMorgan Securities (Asia Pacific), released on bail of HK$20,000

20 May 2019 - 11:03PM

Catherine Leung Kar-cheung, the former managing director of JPMorgan Securities (Asia Pacific), released on bail of HK$20,000

Former JPMorgan banker charged with bribery relating to Kerry Logistics’ IPO appears in court
Li Hejun, once China’s richest man, gets approval from shareholders to take troubled Hanergy unit private

Hanergy Thin Film’s shares were suspended four years ago when they suddenly shed about half their value in an hour

19 May 2019 - 10:30PM

Hanergy Thin Film’s shares were suspended four years ago when they suddenly shed about half their value in an hour

Li Hejun, once China’s richest man, gets approval from shareholders to take troubled  Hanergy unit private
Hong Kong charges alleged mastermind who sparked city’s largest financial probe in decades for conspiracy to defraud Convoy

Roy Cho Kwai-chee, the alleged mastermind in Hong Kong’s largest financial investigation in decades, has been charged with conspiracy to defraud Convoy.

17 May 2019 - 10:14AM

Roy Cho Kwai-chee, the alleged mastermind in Hong Kong’s largest financial investigation in decades, has been charged with conspiracy to defraud Convoy.

Hong Kong charges alleged mastermind who sparked city’s largest financial probe in decades for conspiracy to defraud Convoy
Hang Seng Indexes launches two new ESG benchmarks, expands Greater Bay Area Index series tracking innovative firms

The HSI ESG Index and the HSCEI ESG Index have the same list of constituents as the Hang Seng Index and the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, but adopt different constituent weightings.

14 May 2019 - 11:18PM

The HSI ESG Index and the HSCEI ESG Index have the same list of constituents as the Hang Seng Index and the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, but adopt different constituent weightings.

Hang Seng Indexes launches two new ESG benchmarks, expands Greater Bay Area Index series tracking innovative firms
London Metal Exchange to reboot its cross-border trading channel with Hong Kong, extend trading to Asian market hours

In long term, London and Hong Kong will establish cross-border investment channel similar to Stock Connect programmes with Shanghai and Shenzhen.

14 May 2019 - 10:11AM

In long term, London and Hong Kong will establish cross-border investment channel similar to Stock Connect programmes with Shanghai and Shenzhen.

London Metal Exchange to reboot its cross-border trading channel with Hong Kong, extend trading to Asian market hours
China ‘Snow’ beer maker among five new entrants to China Enterprises Index from June 17

In its latest quarterly review, Hang Seng Indexes will add five new entrants to the gauge tracking China’s leading companies, while holding the number of constituents fixed at 50

10 May 2019 - 10:19PM

In its latest quarterly review, Hang Seng Indexes will add five new entrants to the gauge tracking China’s leading companies, while holding the number of constituents fixed at 50

China ‘Snow’ beer maker among five new entrants to China Enterprises Index from June 17
Hong Kong’s internet banking pioneer says it will stay above the fray in city’s rush to embrace virtual banking
Hong Kong issues four more virtual bank licences to spur innovation and disrupt bricks-and-mortar financial services

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority granted four virtual banking licences on Thursday, bringing the total to eight it has granted since March

10 May 2019 - 6:39PM

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority granted four virtual banking licences on Thursday, bringing the total to eight it has granted since March

Hong Kong issues four more virtual bank licences to spur innovation and disrupt bricks-and-mortar financial services
Victor Li and Richard Li, the sons of Hong Kong’s richest man Li Ka-shing, work together for first time on heritage project

FWD, the insurance arm of Richard Li, acquired a lease for a part of the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui from CK Asset, which is chaired by his elder brother Victor Li.

9 May 2019 - 11:36PM

FWD, the insurance arm of Richard Li, acquired a lease for a part of the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui from CK Asset, which is chaired by his elder brother Victor Li.

Victor Li and Richard Li, the sons of Hong Kong’s richest man Li Ka-shing, work together for first time on heritage project
Hong Kong exchange in talks to open first authorised metals warehouse in China to ease deliveries, expand LME’s business

The London Metal Exchange, bought in 2012 by the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, is in talks with Guangdong’s government to open its first authorised metals warehouse on mainland China

7 May 2019 - 10:46PM

The London Metal Exchange, bought in 2012 by the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, is in talks with Guangdong’s government to open its first authorised metals warehouse on mainland China

Hong Kong exchange in talks to open first authorised metals warehouse in China to ease deliveries, expand LME’s business
Hong Kong’s Exchange Fund posts record first-quarter returns due to investment gains in stocks, bonds and currencies

The HK$4 trillion (US$509.86 billion) fund, used to defend the local currency, reported returns of HK$120.9 billion in the first three months of 2019, bolstered by investment gains in stocks, bonds and foreign currencies.

6 May 2019 - 10:38PM

The HK$4 trillion (US$509.86 billion) fund, used to defend the local currency, reported returns of HK$120.9 billion in the first three months of 2019, bolstered by investment gains in stocks, bonds and foreign currencies.

Hong Kong’s Exchange Fund posts record first-quarter returns due to investment gains in stocks, bonds and currencies
HKEX mulls platform to cut settlement time for IPO investors

HKEX is seeking to lower the IPO settlement time to ‘T+1’, bringing Hong Kong in line with overseas markets.

6 May 2019 - 12:24PM

HKEX is seeking to lower the IPO settlement time to ‘T+1’, bringing Hong Kong in line with overseas markets.

HKEX mulls platform to cut settlement time for IPO investors
US security concerns force Cosco-owned Orient Overseas to sell Long Beach port in California

Sale of Hong Kong-based firm that had run the terminal for three decades to Chinese state-owned Cosco in 2017 raised concerns among US security agencies

1 May 2019 - 8:16AM

Sale of Hong Kong-based firm that had run the terminal for three decades to Chinese state-owned Cosco in 2017 raised concerns among US security agencies

US security concerns force Cosco-owned Orient Overseas to sell Long Beach port in California
Getting the most out of your MPF? New platform allows easy ranking of fund returns and fees

The ‘MPF Fund Platform’ tracks performance and fees for all 429 funds

30 Apr 2019 - 7:31PM

The ‘MPF Fund Platform’ tracks performance and fees for all 429 funds

Getting the most out of your MPF? New platform allows easy ranking of fund returns and fees
Hong Kong’s banks back on the hiring spree after a decade of lay-offs as they prepare for virtual banking, Greater Bay expansion

All four new virtual bank licence holders say they are looking to hire bankers as soon as possible as they prepare to launch their services

29 Apr 2019 - 11:30PM

All four new virtual bank licence holders say they are looking to hire bankers as soon as possible as they prepare to launch their services

Hong Kong’s banks back on the hiring spree after a decade of lay-offs as they prepare for virtual banking, Greater Bay expansion
Standard Chartered: ‘We’re looking to hire in Hong Kong’ thanks to Greater Bay Area integration

John Tan, regional head of financial markets at Standard Charted Bank, says more staff needed to handle expected growth in trading business.

29 Apr 2019 - 8:03AM

John Tan, regional head of financial markets at Standard Charted Bank, says more staff needed to handle expected growth in trading business.

Standard Chartered: ‘We’re looking to hire in Hong Kong’ thanks to Greater Bay Area integration
Hong Kong issues equity crowdfunding licence to AngelHub in boost to fintech ambitions, start-ups

The SFC is the latest Hong Kong authority to update its regulations to accommodate technological developments. In a first, it has issued licences to AngelHub, an equity crowdfunding operator, that will allow it to offer securities trading and advisory services.

28 Apr 2019 - 9:55PM

The SFC is the latest Hong Kong authority to update its regulations to accommodate technological developments. In a first, it has issued licences to AngelHub, an equity crowdfunding operator, that will allow it to offer securities trading and advisory services.

Hong Kong issues equity crowdfunding licence to AngelHub in boost to fintech ambitions, start-ups
Hongkongers are letting go of the idea they can count on their children in retirement, survey finds

Two-thirds believe traditional view that children can provide support during retirement is outdated, according to survey by AXA

25 Apr 2019 - 11:50PM

Two-thirds believe traditional view that children can provide support during retirement is outdated, according to survey by AXA

Hongkongers are letting go of the idea they can count on their children in retirement, survey finds
Laura Cha’s pay rises 51pc to US$420,825 at HKEX, making her one of Asia’s highest-paid exchange chiefs

Laura Cha, the first woman to head Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, will earn HK$3.3 million in the financial year starting April 1, a 51 per cent increase, after shareholders approved new pay packages on Wednesday.

25 Apr 2019 - 12:17PM

Laura Cha, the first woman to head Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, will earn HK$3.3 million in the financial year starting April 1, a 51 per cent increase, after shareholders approved new pay packages on Wednesday.

Laura Cha’s pay rises 51pc to US$420,825 at HKEX, making her one of Asia’s highest-paid exchange chiefs
A year after Hong Kong’s stock listing overhaul, city’s aim to be Asia’s biotech hub is still a work in progress

Less than 10 firms have taken advantage of the radical listing reforms, but their IPO proceeds are the second biggest worldwide

24 Apr 2019 - 11:56AM

Less than 10 firms have taken advantage of the radical listing reforms, but their IPO proceeds are the second biggest worldwide

A year after Hong Kong’s stock listing overhaul, city’s aim to be Asia’s biotech hub is still a work in progress
Hong Kong’s MPF managers lobby for access to Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks to avoid missing out on the world’s biggest bull run

The regulator said that it constantly reviews the need to amend the list of approved stock exchanges as it has to take into account the fund industry’s requirements and balance it with the interests of the MPF members.

23 Apr 2019 - 10:20AM

The regulator said that it constantly reviews the need to amend the list of approved stock exchanges as it has to take into account the fund industry’s requirements and balance it with the interests of the MPF members.

Hong Kong’s MPF managers lobby for access to Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks to avoid missing out on the world’s biggest bull run
Hong Kong’s health insurance and pension saving ‘tax deducting schemes’ find traction in the first two weeks since launch

Major insurers record brisk sales in the new tax-deductible schemes since launch on April 1

15 Apr 2019 - 9:00PM

Major insurers record brisk sales in the new tax-deductible schemes since launch on April 1

Hong Kong’s health insurance and pension saving ‘tax deducting schemes’ find traction in the first two weeks since launch
US, European institutional investors plan to pile into China’s capital markets, survey finds

‘This is just the beginning,’ says Chris Pigott of Brown Brothers Harriman.

16 Apr 2019 - 5:18PM

‘This is just the beginning,’ says Chris Pigott of Brown Brothers Harriman.

US, European institutional investors plan to pile into China’s capital markets, survey finds
Hong Kong may boost start-up ecosystem by offering more incentives to overseas angel investors, says financial secretary

Hong Kong will consider offering more incentives to attract overseas angel investors to the city, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said on Sunday.

14 Apr 2019 - 10:16PM

Hong Kong will consider offering more incentives to attract overseas angel investors to the city, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said on Sunday.

Hong Kong may boost start-up ecosystem by offering more incentives to overseas angel investors, says financial secretary