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CK Asset Says It May Study In Taking More Stake In A Property Project In Shanghai
UK's Unite Says Greene King Workers Hold Strike Ballot In Pay Dispute
CK Asset Holdings Says AMCK Aviation & Co Entered Three Separate Facility Agreements
CK Asset Holdings Limited, formerly Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited is an investment holding company mainly engaged in the property businesses. The Company is involved in the property development, property Investment, hotel and serviced suite operation, property and project management. In addition, the Company is engaged in aircraft leasing. The Company operates its business in Hong Kong, The Mainland, and Singapore.
7th Floor, Cheung Kong Center
2 Queen's Road Central
Tzar Kuoi Li
Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Tak Chuen Ip
Deputy Managing Director, Executive Director
Hing Lam Kam
Deputy Managing Director, Executive Director
Kwok Hung Chiu
Wai Kam Chow
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Greene King Plc <GNK.L> said on Thursday the European Commission has given the go-ahead for CK Asset <1113.HK>, a Hong Kong-listed company founded by the territory's richest man Li Ka-Shing, to acquire the British pubs operator.
A unit of CK Asset Holdings Ltd , founded by Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-Shing, on Monday agreed to buy pub operator Greene King Plc for 850 pence per share, excluding the shares it already owns, in a deal that values the company at 2.7 billion pounds.
Hong Kong property developer CK Asset Holdings is open to bidding for debt-laden HNA Group's stake in Irish aircraft lessor Avolon Holdings if it were put up for sale and is eyeing other overseas deals as it pushes for stable revenue sources.
Hong Kong property developer CK Asset Holdings Ltd said on Thursday its 2018 net profit rose 33.2 percent, beating forecasts.
British property group Capital & Counties Properties (Capco) said on Monday it was in talks with Hong Kong-based property developer CK Asset Holdings Ltd for the sale of most of its stake in prime London estate Earls Court.
Australia's biggest gas pipeline company APA Group on Monday recommended a A$12.98 billion ($9.45 billion) buyout offer from a consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure, in the absence of a better offer.
* Says growing trade tensions would "inevitably" hit Hong Kong
Hong Kong property developer CK Asset Holdings Ltd on Thursday reported a 65.3 percent rise in first-half net profit, thanks to steady income from newly acquired businesses and gains from commercial property sales.
Property group CK Asset Holdings Limited reported a rise of 55 percent in 2017 net profit, beating estimates, after announcing that its billionaire Chairman Li Ka-shing is to retire.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG, November 03 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings says that CK Asset Holdings Limited's (CK Asset; A/Stable) disposal of its entire stake in The Center, a grade-A office building in Central, Hong Kong, is consistent...
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1300 GMT on Thursday:
CK Asset Holdings Ltd <1113.HK>, controlled by Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-shing, is selling its 73-storey office tower to C.H.M.T. Peaceful Development Asia Property Ltd for HK$40.2 billion ($5.2 billion), the world's biggest ever single property sale.
Li Ka-shing's CK Asset Holdings Ltd is selling out of a central business district office tower for HK$40.2 billion ($5.15 billion), marking Hong Kong's biggest real estate deal.
* Center International to sell entire issued share capital of Center (Holdings) for HK$40.2 billion
* As at 18 Oct, aggregate amount of financial assistance given to affiliated cos exceeded 8 pct of relevant percentage ratio under listing rules Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* With effect from Sept 20, shares will be traded under new name "CK ASSET" on main board of stock exchange
* As more than 75 percent of votes were cast in favour to approve change of co name, resolution was duly passed as special resolution
* Have declared an interim dividend for 2017 of hk$0.42 per share
* SAYS CVC FUND V HAS AGREED THE SALE OF MAJORITY STAKE IN ISTA
Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited <1113.HK>, owned by Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-shing, said it plans to change its name to CK Asset Holdings Limited, to better reflect the company's strategy also in infrastructure investment and aircraft leasing.
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