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Bank Of East Asia's Co-chief Executive Bought Shares In The Bank On June 17 - HKEX Filing
China Strategic Says In Talks For Purchase Of Insurance Co In HK
Bank Of East Asia Says Expects To Book About HK$1 Bln Profit On BEA Life Disposal
The Bank of East Asia, Limited is a company mainly engaged in the banking business. Along with subsidiaries, it operates its business through nine segments: the China Operations segment, the Personal Banking segment, the Corporate Banking segment, the Overseas Operations segment, the Wealth Management segment, the Treasury Markets segment, the Financial Institutions segment, the Other Hong Kong Banking Operations segment, the Corporate Services segment, and the Other Businesses segment. The China Operations segment is involved in the operation of the back office unit for China operations in Hong Kong, all branches, subsidiaries and associates operated in China. The Personal Banking segment is involved in branch operations, personal internet banking, consumer finance, property loans and credit card business in Hong Kong. The Corporate Banking segment is engaged in corporate lending and loan syndication, asset based lending, commercial lending and securities lending in Hong Kong.
10 Des Voeux Road Central
Kwok Po Li
Executive Chairman of the Board
Man Bun Li
Co-Chief Executive, Executive Director
Co-Chief Executive, Executive Director
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Investment Officer
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Hong Kong-based insurer AIA Group has entered into an agreement to buy the wholly-owned life insurance unit of Bank of East Asia (BEA) and has signed a 15-year distribution partnership with the lender for a total of about $650 million.
China Strategic Holdings Ltd. said on Tuesday it has submitted an offer and is among the final bidders for the life insurance business of Hong Kong's Bank of East Asia (BEA).
Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia Ltd (BEA) <0023.HK> said on Wednesday it had decided to initiate a sale of its insurance business and seek a strategic partner for its mainland China business following a review of its portfolios and assets.
Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia Ltd (BEA), which is conducting a review of its portfolios and assets, said on Tuesday said it has had no "external discussions" to sell its Hong Kong or China banking business.
Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia Ltd (BEA) has extended by three months the deadline for it to update shareholders on a review of its business portfolios and assets due to the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Wednesday.
* Hires Goldman Sachs for review of business portfolios, assets
Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia <0023.HK> said on Wednesday it would carry out a comprehensive review of its portfolio of businesses and assets with the support of activist investor Elliott Management.
* ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC REVIEW OF ITS PORTFOLIO OF BUSINESSES AND ASSETS
Further protests in Hong Kong could hit the city's economy, especially the small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Bank of East Asia warned on Wednesday, after reporting a 75% plunge in its first-half net profit due to loan writedowns in mainland China.
Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia Ltd (BEA) posted a 75% slump in first-half net profit after increased impairment losses in mainland China because of a downturn in commercial property markets outside China's top cities.
Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia Ltd (BEA) reported on Wednesday a 30 percent drop in its 2018 profit with the previous year's earnings inflated by divestment of some non-core assets, and as operating costs rose.
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