AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company, is attempting to acquire the second-largest shareholder Kwok Hui-kwan’s entire 29.91 per cent stake in Convoy Global Holdings. Photo: Bloomberg AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company, is attempting to acquire the second-largest shareholder Kwok Hui-kwan’s entire 29.91 per cent stake in Convoy Global Holdings. Photo: Bloomberg
AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company, is attempting to acquire the second-largest shareholder Kwok Hui-kwan’s entire 29.91 per cent stake in Convoy Global Holdings. Photo: Bloomberg

Mystery buyer attempts to acquire major Convoy shareholder’s stake ahead of crucial vote, court ruling

  • AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company listed on Nasdaq, is attempting to acquire the shares of Convoy’s second-largest shareholder, Kwok Hui-kwan
  • The potential deal comes just a week ahead of a crucial vote as Kwok seeks to take control of the financial firm

Topic |   Mergers & Acquisitions
AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company, is attempting to acquire the second-largest shareholder Kwok Hui-kwan’s entire 29.91 per cent stake in Convoy Global Holdings. Photo: Bloomberg AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company, is attempting to acquire the second-largest shareholder Kwok Hui-kwan’s entire 29.91 per cent stake in Convoy Global Holdings. Photo: Bloomberg
AGBA Acquisition, a Hong Kong-headquartered company, is attempting to acquire the second-largest shareholder Kwok Hui-kwan’s entire 29.91 per cent stake in Convoy Global Holdings. Photo: Bloomberg
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