China Regenerative Medicine International Limited 中國再生醫學國際有限公司

Dutfield International Group Co Ltd v Nine Dragon Investment Ltd & others
HK Court of First Instance, 11-Oct-2013
Dutfield chases an alleged loan made to Gunter Gao via Nine Dragon Investment Ltd, at an interest rate of 10% per month, secured on 300m shares of China Bio-Med (8158) and Mr & Mrs Gao's house on The Peak. Ivy Chan Choi Har represented Dutfield. Her husband Alfred Law Kin Ming allegedly acted as legal adviser to Nine Dragon. The defendants are granted unconditional leave to defend. Note: our records show that, at 3-May-2013, Dutfield was 50% owned by each of Ivy Chan and Alfred Law.
Hong Kong Building and Demolition
HKBLA (0145) has been a perennial cash shell. After 3 takeovers, its foundations now appear to be under threat as its cash pile gets depleted on dubious transactions, including investment in Byford and an "earnest deposit". It appears to have become part of a network which includes at least 9 other listed companies. (10-Dec-2009)
Value Divergence, part 2
What's going on at Value Convergence (0821)? We list the placees in the convertible bond issue, which has been delayed, and analyse their connections to a network of other companies we have written about before. Is VC joining that network? We also look at the massive dilution that awaits shareholders of China Fortune (0290). (10-Dec-2009)
Skin in the game
In part 3 of a series, we look at the often calamitous IPOs produced by B M Intelligence and its conversion into China Bio-med Regeneration Technology, involving a huge mark-up on the acquisition. We also cover an international organisation run out of a cobbler's shop in Las Vegas, and the recent changes of ownership in CBRT, including a CPPC member who is a big fan of the PLA. (23-Jun-2009)
The Semtech saga
In this side story to Part 3, we look at the scandals which surrounded Sino-Tech International Holdings Ltd in 2004, the subsequent convictions, possible options abuse and the missing deposit on a failed Vietnamese chromium mining project. (23-Jun-2009)
GP Nanowreck
In this side story to Part 3, we tell you about the convicted criminal who the SFC alleges was behind the IPO of GP Nanotechnology, which was one of the pre-IPO customers of B M Intelligence. We now publish the complaint filed by Webb-site.com in 2002 which triggered the investigation, and ask whether the SFC's action to disqualify directors is sufficient, given the alleged false and misleading disclosures. (23-Jun-2009)
China Railway Games
In part 2 of a series, we look at how HK$16bn of market cap evaporated when bubbles around China Railway Logistics, PME and Forefront burst. Each dealt with the same purported arm of the Ministry of Railways for joint ventures in wagon-leasing, media and online ticketing, each of which failed to get started. A miriad of BVI shells with shadowy owners are involved, but at least one has exposed himself in a court case. (11-Jun-2009)
Byford bubble
Investors should beware of a bubble in Byford (8272), which boasts two celebrity shareholders - New World Development's Cheng Yu Tung and Angela Leong, a wife of casino tycoon Stanley Ho. Both apparently paid 186x net asset value for the shares. (1-Jun-2009)
CBRT (8158) sells shares in China Railway Logistics (8089), Byford (8272) and warrants in Sunny Global (1094)
Company announcement, 31-Mar-2009
Overstatement of fair value of quoted securities in 31-Jan-09 quarterly report
Company announcement, 16-Mar-2009
BMI (8158) subscribes HK$30m convertible bonds in CSCP (0351)
Company announcement, 2-Oct-2008
Understatement of Chairman's fee at $100k instead of actual $715k
Company announcement, 15-Jul-2008
PME buys 27.1% of BMI (8158) from its Chairman, and BMI sells core business to ChairmanBMI announcement
Company announcement, 27-May-2008
Restatement of results for quarter ended 31-Oct-07
Company announcement, 11-Dec-2007
Suspension of Tony Cheng Chak Ho
HK Institute of Surveyors, 25-Nov-2003

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