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Chong Hing Bank Ltd (1111.HK)

1111.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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23 Feb 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Chong Hing Bank enters framework deal for Yuexiu Financial Technology to provide IT services​
Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 

Oct 25 (Reuters) - Chong Hing Bank Ltd <1111.HK>::‍Bank enters framework deal for Yuexiu Financial Technology to provide information technology services to group​.  Full Article

Chong Hing Bank says HY profit attributable to equity owners HK$592 million, down 18 pct<1111.HK>
Monday, 22 Aug 2016 

Chong Hing Bank Ltd <1111.HK>: 2016 interim results <1111.HK> . Says an interim cash dividend of hk$0.15 per share is declared for the six months ended 30 June 2016 . HY profit attributable to equity owners amounted to hk$592 million a decrease of 18% over that for the same period last year . China's economic growth continues to slow" . Says HY net interest income hk$ 982.7 million versus hk$845.5 million . Total capital ratio declined from 17.73% in December 2015 to 17.12% in June 2016 . Trading volume is expected to remain subdued in the second half unless there are favourable events to stimulate the market" . Global financial market is expected to remain volatile in the coming months" . Says "business environment is expected to be challenging and competitive" .  Full Article

Chong Hing Bank says Lau Wai Man has been appointed deputy managing director<1111.HK>
Friday, 27 May 2016 

Chong Hing Bank Ltd <1111.HK>: ...more re-designation of directors' roles <1111.HK> . Says Zong Jianxin has additionally acted as alternate chief executive . Lau Wai Man, an executive director of the bank, has been appointed deputy managing director . Leung Ko May Yee margaret has additionally assumed the role of chief executive of the bank .  Full Article

HNA partly repays $448 mln loan, extends maturity

HONG KONG, Nov 24 Chinese conglomerate HNA Group said it had repaid part of a HK$3.5 billion ($448 million) loan, while obtaining lenders' consent to extend the remainder's maturity.