cheung kong holdings ltd (CHEUF) Key Developments
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited Announces Second Interim Dividend for the Year Ended December 31, 2014 Payable on April 15, 2015; Reports Audited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2014
Feb 26 15
The directors of Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited have declared a second interim dividend of HKD 3.016 per share in lieu of a final dividend for the year ended December 31, 2014 to shareholders whose names appear on the register of members of the company at 4:00 p.m. on 17 March 2015. This together with the first interim dividend of HKD 0.638 per share paid on 12 September, 2014 gives a total of HKD 3.654 per share for the year against HKD 3.48 per share in 2013. The second interim dividend will be paid on 15 April 2015.
The company reported audited consolidated earnings results for the year ended December 31, 2014. For the year, turnover was HKD 31,218 million against HKD 32,314 million a year ago. Operating profit was HKD 22,257 million against HKD 21,845 million a year ago. Profit before taxation was HKD 55,927 million against HKD 37,494 million year ago. Profit for the year was HKD 54,608 million against HKD 35,972 million a year ago. Profit attributable to shareholders of the company was HKD 53,869 million against HKD 35,260 million a year ago. Earnings per share were HKD 23.26 against HKD 15.22 year ago. Net cash from operating activities was HKD 10,164 million against HKD 7,096 million a year ago. Addition of fixed assets was HKD 7,849 million against HKD 162 million a year ago.
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited to Report Fiscal Year 2014 Results on Feb 26, 2015
Feb 10 15
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited announced that they will report fiscal year 2014 results on Feb 26, 2015
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, Board Meeting, Feb 26, 2015
Feb 10 15
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, Board Meeting, Feb 26, 2015. Agenda: To approve the release of the annual results of the company and its subsidiaries for the financial year ended December 31, 2014; and to approve the payment of a second interim dividend in lieu of the final dividend in respect of the financial year of 2014.
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Feb 25, 2015
Feb 5 15
Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Feb 25, 2015., at 09:30 China Standard Time. Location: the Ballroom, 1st Floor. Agenda: To approve the scheme of arrangement between the company and holders of Scheme Shares; to approve the reduction of share capital by cancelling and extinguishing the Scheme Shares; and consider the increase of share capital of the company to its former amount; to consider the apply the entire amount of the credit which shall arise in its books of account as a result of the cancellation of the Scheme Shares in paying up new shares to be created; to consider the transfer of its existing shares of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited credited as fully paid, to any holder of Scheme Shares appearing in the register of members of the company as the directors of the Company shall think fit; and to authorise directors to allot and issue the shares, to transfer the share in the capital of CKH Holdings and do such acts and/or sign such documents as they may deem necessary for the implementation of the Scheme.
Mitsubishi Corporation Establishes Aircraft Leasing Joint Venture with Cheung Kong
Nov 6 14
Mitsubishi Corporation has entered into an agreement with Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited (CK) to newly establish a joint venture (JV) dedicated to aircraft leasing. CK will own 60% and MC Aviation Partners (MCAP) 40% of the JV. Based on the agreement, MCAP will transfer to the JV a seed portfolio of 15 aircraft, out of the approximately 100 aircraft that it owns or manages. The JV will open offices in Hong Kong and Ireland, two key hub stations in aircraft lease and financing. The JV will also enter into a servicing agreement with MCAP, who will introduce/evaluate/recommend deals for the JV to purchase/sale/remarket aircraft assets. The JV will also raise capital from a syndication of financial institutions.