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Swire Pacific Says Cathay Pacific Announces Significant Capacity Reductions Following Covid-19 Outbreak
Swire Pacific Sees 2019 Consolidated Underlying Profit Up On 2018
Swire Pacific Posts HY Profit Attributable Of HK$7,939 Million
Swire Pacific Limited is a Hong Kong-based investment holding company principally engaged in investment of properties, manufacturing and sale of beverages and the operation of airlines. Along with subsidiaries, it operates its business through five segments. The Property segment is engaged in the property investment, hotel investment and property trading. The property investment portfolio in Hong Kong comprises office and retail premises, serviced apartments and other luxury residential accommodation. The Beverages segment is engaged in the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of products of The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC). The products include sparkling and water, among others. The Aviation segment provides passenger services and cargo services through the operation of airlines. The Trading and Industrial segment is engaged in the retail business and the sale of automobiles. The Marine Services segment provides support services for offshore energy industry.
33/F, One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Chairman of the Board
Mei Shuen Low
Finance Director, Executive Director
Kwok Leung Chu
David Peter Cogman
St.John Andrew Flaherty
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Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways <0293.HK> shook up its top ranks further as Chairman John Slosar resigned on Wednesday, less than three weeks after mounting Chinese regulatory scrutiny led to the shock departure of its chief executive.
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways said on Wednesday that its Chairman John Slosar had resigned from the board and will be replaced by Patrick Healy, a long-time executive at the airline's top shareholder Swire Pacific Ltd.
The top shareholder and manager of Cathay Pacific Airways condemned protests in Hong Kong and vowed to follow China's aviation regulations, after the airline suspended a second pilot on Tuesday as deepening unrest hit its operation and stock.
Conglomerate Swire Pacific <0019.HK> became the latest major Hong Kong company to voice concern about the impact of protests in the city on business activity, saying they are having direct and indirect impact on demand on a number of its businesses.
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd <0293.HK> shareholder Swire Pacific Ltd <0019.HK> said it plans to take maintenance unit Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co Ltd <0044.HK> private for about HK$3 billion ($382 million), citing low levels of trade in its shares.
Swire Pacific Ltd said it planned to take unit Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co Ltd (HAECO) private for about HK$3 billion ($382 million), as low liquidity meant HAECO's listing was no longer a worthwhile source of funding.
* UNIT TO BUY 50% STAKE IN SHANGHAI QIANXIU CO LTD FROM SHANGHAI NEWBUND COMPANY FOR RMB1,349 MILLION
* JOHN ROBERT SLOSAR TO RETIRE AS CHAIRMAN AND A DIRECTOR OF SWIRE PACIFIC LIMITED
Loss-making Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd <0293.HK> hired McKinsey & Co consultants earlier this year to advise on a transformation plan, drawing on turnarounds at regional rivals such as Qantas Airways Ltd <QAN.AX> and Japan Airlines Co Ltd <9201.T>.
* Impairment charges currently estimated at about hk$936 million expected to be made against consolidated profits of co for 2017 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Interim dividend declared of HK$1.00 per 'A' share and HK$0.20 per 'B' share
Kingboard Chemical Holdings Ltd, the third-largest shareholder in Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, has called on the airline's founding Swire family to intervene to lead the carrier out of "hard times", the South China Morning Post reported on Monday.
In the run up to Hong Kong's handover to China in 1997, Britain's venerable trading houses in the city faced a choice: back Beijing, or back away. Swire, which started trading tea and silk in Shanghai more than 150 years ago, chose China.
* Announces that David Peter Cogman has been appointed as an executive director Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG, May 19 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed Hong Kong-based Swire Pacific Limited's Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'A-' with a Stable Outlook. Fitch has also affirmed Swire Pacific's...
* FY net profit HK$ 9,644 million versus HK$13,429 million a year ago
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