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Clp Holdings Declares Third Interim Dividend For 2019 Of HK$0.63 Per Share
CLP Holdings Declares Third Interim Dividend For 2019 Of HK$0.63 Per Share
CLP Holdings Posts HY Loss Attributable Of HK$907 Million
CLP Holdings Limitedis an investment holding company mainly engaged in the generation and supply of electricity. The Company operates a portfolio of generating assets, harnessing a wide range of fuels including coal, gas, nuclear, wind, hydro and solar. Its business also includes transmission and distribution, and electricity and gas retail activities. Along with subsidiaries, the Company operates its business through five segments: the Hong Kong segment, the Mainland China segment, the India segment, the Southeast Asia and Taiwan segment, and the Australia segment. The Hong Kong segment operates a vertically-integrated regulated business. It is involved of generation, distribution and provision of electricity supply.
8 Laguna Verde Avenue, Hung Hom, Kowloon
Michael David Kadoorie
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Richard Kendall Lancaster
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
William Elkin Mocatta
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Geert Herman August Peeters
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
So Siu Mai Yuen
Group Director and Vice Chairman - CLP Power Hong Kong
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* CLP faces up to $900 mln writedown on Australian retail arm
Shares in Hong Kong's CLP Holdings posted their worst drop in over a decade on Friday after the power company warned it would book a first-half loss due to a big writedown on the value of its Australian business.
EnergyAustralia, a unit of Hong Kong's CLP Holdings, said on Monday its previously announced takeover of power station operator Ecogen Energy from Australian pension fund giant IFM Investors for A$205 million ($157.36 million) is now formally sealed.
A unit of Hong Kong's CLP Holdings Ltd is being sued by one of Australia's largest fund managers for up to A$967 million ($718 million) in damages over the sale of a gas storage facility.
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