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CK Infrastructure Posts HY Net Profit Attributable Of HK$5,943 Mln
CK Infrastructure Holdings Posts FY Profit Attributable Of HK$10,443 Mln
Power Assets Says Unit Of Ck Infrastructure To Sell 43.8 Mln Shares In Co
CK Infrastructure Holdings Limited, formerly Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited, is a company mainly engaged in the development, investment and operation of infrastructure businesses. Its operations include electricity generation, transmission and distribution, gas distribution, transportation, water treatment and distribution, waste management and waste-to-energy, as well as infrastructure materials. Its transportation business includes the operation of airport car parks, as well as toll roads and bridges. Its infrastructure materials business includes the production and sale of cement, concrete and aggregates. In addition, the Company is also involved in oil pipelines and storage business. The Company’s portfolio now spans Hong Kong, Mainland China, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
12/F Cheung Kong Centre
2 Queen's Road Central
Tzar Kuoi Li
Executive Chairman of the Board
Kin Ning Fok
Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Tak Chuen Ip
Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Loi Shun Chan
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer - EnviroNZ
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KKR & Co. has tapped Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd and buyout groups including Blackstone and Sweden's EQT AB to gauge buying interest for Singapore-based Goodpack, an intermediate bulk container maker, multiple sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Canada's Inter Pipeline Ltd <IPL.TO> rejected a C$12.4 billion ($9.37 billion) buyout offer from Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd <1038.HK> in July, the Globe and Mail reported late on Thursday, citing sources familiar with the two companies...
* APA shares climb but remain well below offer price (Adds political context)
Australia's competition watchdog said on Wednesday it would not oppose the proposed acquisition of APA Group by a consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd
The board of Australia's APA Group <APA.AX> has recommended shareholders vote for a A$12.98 billion ($9.45 billion) takeover offer from a consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd (CKI) <1038.HK> at a meeting in late November.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, July 31 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings says that Hong Kong-based CK Infrastructure Holdings Limited's (CKI, A-/Stable) participation in a joint venture planning to acquire a 100% stake in Germany's Ista...
A consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure <1038.HK> said on Thursday it would buy German metering and energy management group Ista in a deal valued at up to 4.5 billion euros (4.01 billion pounds).
A consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure said on Thursday it would buy German metering and energy management group Ista for a value of up to 4.5 billion euros ($5.25 billion).
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing is making a power play in Germany. His CK Infrastructure unit looks like the frontrunner to buy smart-metering specialist Ista, according to Reuters. That could pay off for CKI investors.
Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure <1038.HK>(CKI) is seen as the frontrunner to buy German metering and energy management group Ista for more than 4.5 billion euros ($5.2 billion), sources close to the matter told Reuters.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, April 25 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited's (CKI) Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) and senior unsecured rating at 'A-'. The...
Australia's DUET Group <DUE.AX> on Friday said it had been advised by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings <1038.HK> (CKI) that the Australian government has approved the Hong Kong company's $5.5 billion consortium-led takeover offer.
Australia DUET Group said on Friday it had been advised by Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings (CKI) that the Australian government does not plan to block the Hong Kong companies $5.5 billion takeover offer.
* Local ownership requirements could be imposed - bankers (Recasts, adds analyst and fund manager comments)
DUET Group shares have fallen by 5.5 percent over the last week amid growing market concerns the Australian government will block or impose restrictive conditions on Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings' (CKI) $5.5 billion takeover offer for the utilities group.
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, January 17 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings, Singapore/Hong Kong: 18 January 2017: Fitch Ratings says that Hong Kong-based Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited's (CKI; A-/Stable) participation in...
DUET Group <DUE.AX> has agreed to recommend an increased $5.51 billion bid from a consortium led by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings <1038.HK>, in a deal that is likely to test Australia's appetite for foreign investment in its key energy assets.
* Duet board recommend CKI consortium acquisition proposal-due.ax
Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings <1038.HK> made a $5.4 billion approach for Australian energy firm Duet Group <DUE.AX>, upping the pressure on Australia to soften its stance on foreign acquisitions following a string of knock-backs.
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