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’s proposed tax break of US$7,650 will encourage additional retirement savings, say top pension providers

Legislators on Wednesday will vote on a law change to allow the government to offer up to HK$60,000 in tax incentives on extra pension savings.

19 Mar 2019 - 8:43AM
Hong Kong’s proposed tax break of US$7,650 will encourage additional retirement savings, say top pension providers

Legislators on Wednesday will vote on a law change to allow the government to offer up to HK$60,000 in tax incentives on extra pension savings.

Hong Kong securities watchdog’s vigilance snares another errant financial firm, slaps US$1.2 million fine

The Securities and Futures Commission disciplines BOCI Securities for regulatory breaches relating to sale of investment products

19 Mar 2019 - 7:15AM
Hong Kong securities watchdog’s vigilance snares another errant financial firm, slaps US$1.2 million fine

The Securities and Futures Commission disciplines BOCI Securities for regulatory breaches relating to sale of investment products

Hong Kong’s exchange is looking at ways to spur trading in unloved stocks to bolster turnover

Proposals under study include lowering trading costs and adding some small companies to stock connect schemes

18 Mar 2019 - 6:19PM
Hong Kong’s exchange is looking at ways to spur trading in unloved stocks to bolster turnover

Proposals under study include lowering trading costs and adding some small companies to stock connect schemes

Ping An says artificial intelligence can address car insurance issues arising from three policies on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

Drivers need three different insurance policies when using the bridge, and the gap in mandatory motor insurance requirement is huge.

17 Mar 2019 - 10:59PM
Ping An says artificial intelligence can address car insurance issues arising from three policies on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

Drivers need three different insurance policies when using the bridge, and the gap in mandatory motor insurance requirement is huge.

AIA reports 60 per cent drop in net profit for 2018, but records growth in Hong Kong and China new business

AIA Group, the largest listed life insurance company in Asia-Pacific, on Friday reported a worse-than-expected 60 per cent decline in net profit for 2018, on the back of losses in value of stock and property investments.

15 Mar 2019 - 5:30PM
AIA reports 60 per cent drop in net profit for 2018, but records growth in Hong Kong and China new business

AIA Group, the largest listed life insurance company in Asia-Pacific, on Friday reported a worse-than-expected 60 per cent decline in net profit for 2018, on the back of losses in value of stock and property investments.

Hong Kong securities regulator fines top investment banks US$100 million for failures as IPO sponsors

Swiss investment bank UBS bears the brunt of the record penalty imposed by the Securities and Futures Commission, which also results in the suspension of its former banker Cen Tian’s licence for two years .

15 Mar 2019 - 8:36AM
Hong Kong securities regulator fines top investment banks US$100 million for failures as IPO sponsors

Swiss investment bank UBS bears the brunt of the record penalty imposed by the Securities and Futures Commission, which also results in the suspension of its former banker Cen Tian’s licence for two years .

Ping An will consider buy-backs of Hong Kong shares, CFO says
  • Insurer says it may extend Shanghai equity buy-back programme to include Hong Kong shares
14 Mar 2019 - 12:35AM
Ping An will consider buy-backs of Hong Kong shares, CFO says
  • Insurer says it may extend Shanghai equity buy-back programme to include Hong Kong shares
Ping An’s 2018 profit beats analysts’ estimates as insurer’s bets on financial technology and health care paid off
Hong Kong to launch MSCI China A Index futures for global investors to hedge against risks in Asia’s largest stock market

Insurers jumping aboard Hong Kong’s new private health care programme – with tax breaks and coverage up to age 100

Eleven insurers told the Post that they have been approved to start selling plans in the government’s Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme.

11 Mar 2019 - 7:37AM
Insurers jumping aboard Hong Kong’s new private health care programme – with tax breaks and coverage up to age 100

Eleven insurers told the Post that they have been approved to start selling plans in the government’s Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme.

Commodities, currency and technology are HKEX’s weapons as it morphs into a global financial marketplace

HKEX is betting that China will approve a scheme that lets global investors buy and sell ferrous, as well as precious metal contracts on Chinese exchanges via Hong Kong.

9 Mar 2019 - 2:56PM
Commodities, currency and technology are HKEX’s weapons as it morphs into a global financial marketplace

HKEX is betting that China will approve a scheme that lets global investors buy and sell ferrous, as well as precious metal contracts on Chinese exchanges via Hong Kong.

Hong Kong exchange thinks it has a shot as world’s fundraising hub, tapping China’s trillions in savings. Does it?

In its three-year strategic plan, the HKEX is tapping a wider range of financial products to widen its lead over rival exchanges, and to transform from a regional course into a global financial market place.

11 Mar 2019 - 11:13AM
Hong Kong exchange thinks it has a shot as world’s fundraising hub, tapping China’s trillions in savings. Does it?

In its three-year strategic plan, the HKEX is tapping a wider range of financial products to widen its lead over rival exchanges, and to transform from a regional course into a global financial market place.

Hong Kong pension assets are the third fastest growing in the world, though consultant warns workers aren’t saving enough

Hong Kong is doing well by one measure of pension assets, called the compound annual growth rate. But Willis Towers Watson warns city’s workers must save more.

4 Mar 2019 - 10:54PM
Hong Kong pension assets are the third fastest growing in the world, though consultant warns workers aren’t saving enough

Hong Kong is doing well by one measure of pension assets, called the compound annual growth rate. But Willis Towers Watson warns city’s workers must save more.

Hong Kong’s securities regulator takes listings sponsors to task, imposes fines of U$24.7m in 2018

Securities and Futures Commission fines Citigroup Global Markets Asia HK$57 million for its role as sponsor of Real Gold Mining.

28 Feb 2019 - 10:33PM
Hong Kong’s securities regulator takes listings sponsors to task, imposes fines of U$24.7m in 2018

Securities and Futures Commission fines Citigroup Global Markets Asia HK$57 million for its role as sponsor of Real Gold Mining.

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing aims to be the go-to giant for investment in Asia time zone in three-year plan

The city’s stock exchange operator will bolster its gateway role for investment in and out of mainland China, while wooing listings by top Asia-Pacific companies.

28 Feb 2019 - 10:49PM
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing aims to be the go-to giant for investment in Asia time zone in three-year plan

The city’s stock exchange operator will bolster its gateway role for investment in and out of mainland China, while wooing listings by top Asia-Pacific companies.

Bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing reports record net profit of HK$9.3 billion, beats estimates

Listing reform brought in higher number of mega flotations, bigger turnover.

27 Feb 2019 - 11:00PM
Bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing reports record net profit of HK$9.3 billion, beats estimates

Listing reform brought in higher number of mega flotations, bigger turnover.

NWS Holdings looks to insurance market in Greater Bay Area; reports drop in half-year profit

The conglomerate will use its recent acquisition of FTLife Insurance to tap the insurance market in the Greater Bay Area

26 Feb 2019 - 10:57PM
NWS Holdings looks to insurance market in Greater Bay Area; reports drop in half-year profit

The conglomerate will use its recent acquisition of FTLife Insurance to tap the insurance market in the Greater Bay Area

AIA bidding farewell to its iconic building in Wan Chai with an eye on a future of good fortune

AIA’s iconic building – with coffin-shaped windows considered lucky in Chinese culture – will be torn down for a new building that will have the latest technological innovations.

25 Feb 2019 - 10:50AM
AIA bidding farewell to its iconic building in Wan Chai with an eye on a future of good fortune

AIA’s iconic building – with coffin-shaped windows considered lucky in Chinese culture – will be torn down for a new building that will have the latest technological innovations.

Cigna makes a beeline for Greater Bay Area’s growth opportunity with its online insurance partner OneDegree
Chinese overseas property buying plummets 63 per cent in 2018, hitting four-year low

Hong Kong was the top destination for mainland overseas property buying for a second straight year in 2018, at US$9.5 billion. But that was still down from the previous year.

24 Feb 2019 - 10:34PM
Chinese overseas property buying plummets 63 per cent in 2018, hitting four-year low

Hong Kong was the top destination for mainland overseas property buying for a second straight year in 2018, at US$9.5 billion. But that was still down from the previous year.

Benchmark compiler Hang Seng Indexes adds tool maker Techtronic to gauge, ejects China Resources Power

Hong Kong-based maker of Hoover vacuum cleaners and Milwaukee power tools Techtronic Industries will become a constituent stock of the Hang Seng gauge on March 11, compiler Hang Seng Indexes said on Friday.

22 Feb 2019 - 11:03PM
Benchmark compiler Hang Seng Indexes adds tool maker Techtronic to gauge, ejects China Resources Power

Hong Kong-based maker of Hoover vacuum cleaners and Milwaukee power tools Techtronic Industries will become a constituent stock of the Hang Seng gauge on March 11, compiler Hang Seng Indexes said on Friday.

New bond connect information platform launched in support of Greater Bay Area initiatives

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing launches bond connect platform to bolster trade in newly-issued mainland bonds

22 Feb 2019 - 11:03PM
New bond connect information platform launched in support of Greater Bay Area initiatives

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing launches bond connect platform to bolster trade in newly-issued mainland bonds

Hong Kong’s monetary chief Norman Chan to retire at the end of his contract in September

The central banker, who turns 65 in October, will retire upon the expiry of his contract at the end of September, according to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.

21 Feb 2019 - 11:28PM
Hong Kong’s monetary chief Norman Chan to retire at the end of his contract in September

The central banker, who turns 65 in October, will retire upon the expiry of his contract at the end of September, according to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.

Stock exchange operator HKEX buys Shenzhen-based fintech company to raise capabilities, compete with global rivals

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has signed a letter of intent to buy a 51 per cent stake in Shenzhen Ronghui Tongjin Technology

21 Feb 2019 - 11:37AM
Stock exchange operator HKEX buys Shenzhen-based fintech company to raise capabilities, compete with global rivals

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing has signed a letter of intent to buy a 51 per cent stake in Shenzhen Ronghui Tongjin Technology

Hong Kong regulator begins an unusual savings plan to raise HK$1 billion to afford owning an office in the world’s costliest city
Hong Kong’s financial services to gain from new cross-border services, says HKMA chief executive

Hong Kong Monetary Authority chief executive Norman Chan says he will work with the PBOC to lay ground for cross-border mobile payments and other services

19 Feb 2019 - 11:29PM
Hong Kong’s financial services to gain from new cross-border services, says HKMA chief executive

Hong Kong Monetary Authority chief executive Norman Chan says he will work with the PBOC to lay ground for cross-border mobile payments and other services

Hong Kong’s banking and insurance sectors among biggest winners under Greater Bay Area blueprint, say analysts

Hong Kong’s international reach may give it the edge over rivals when firms in the new economic hub need a way to finance their expansion plans.

19 Feb 2019 - 10:59AM
Hong Kong’s banking and insurance sectors among biggest winners under Greater Bay Area blueprint, say analysts

Hong Kong’s international reach may give it the edge over rivals when firms in the new economic hub need a way to finance their expansion plans.

Hong Kong watchdog issues record HK$15.2 million fine to Chinese broker over failure to report money laundering
How much is enough to retire in Hong Kong? HK$19,000 a month sounds about right, survey finds

Hong Kong and Macau workers expect to have about 70 per cent of their working income upon retirement, a FWD Hong Kong survey finds.

18 Feb 2019 - 12:38PM
How much is enough to retire in Hong Kong? HK$19,000 a month sounds about right, survey finds

Hong Kong and Macau workers expect to have about 70 per cent of their working income upon retirement, a FWD Hong Kong survey finds.

Hong Kong banks must step up cybersecurity, protect customers’ data as online scams multiply, warns industry leader

Cyberattacks on Hong Kong banks doubled last year while the number of reported cyber scams tripled, according to official figures

13 Feb 2019 - 10:53PM
Hong Kong banks must step up cybersecurity, protect customers’ data as online scams multiply, warns industry leader

Cyberattacks on Hong Kong banks doubled last year while the number of reported cyber scams tripled, according to official figures

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