Emperor International Holdings Limited 英皇集團(國際)有限公司

Albert Yeung Sau Shing v Google Inc.
HK Court of First Instance, 29-Oct-2014
Albert Yeung Sau Shing v Google Inc.
HK Court of First Instance, 5-Aug-2014
Avoiding double stamp duty
A HK$1.6bn deal announced yesterday neatly demonstrates how the proposed Double Stamp Duty will drive higher-end transactions into the corporate transfer market, while freezing up the low end with prohibitive taxation. We'll be speaking against DSD in LegCo tomorrow. (12-Jun-2013)
Development Bureau's statement on "The Pulse"
HK Government, 31-Aug-2011
The developer is a subsidiary of Emperor International (0163). The political party referred to is the Civic Party. Barrister Audrey Eu, Civic Party legislator, represented the Government in the Court of First Instance regarding the correct interpretation of the lease.
Emperor International (0163) sells building to Mr Pan Sutong
Company announcement, 25-Jul-2011
The sale has been restructured to avoid stamp duty on the property, which would have been payable at 4.25% of HK$850m, or $36.125m. The building was the former Oriental Daily News Building.
Joe Chan Man Fai buys 15B, Harbour One, 458 Des Voeux Road West, HK from Emperor International (0163)
Company announcement, 5-May-2010
Gold Shine Investment Ltd v Secretary for Justice
HK Court of First Instance, 29-Dec-2009
This judgment is about the Lido complex at Repulse Bay. The plaintiff is a subsidiary of Emperor International (0163). It contains an interesting history of how part of the land was granted to Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels (then Hongkong Hotel Co Ltd) without auction in 1921, which got into financial difficulties and assigned it to HK Realty & Trust (now Wheelock Properties Ltd) in 1923. Emperor acquired a 55% stake in 93/100 of the lot in 1993 and has since increased to 97.67%. The original pavilion was 49,500 sq ft (after extensions), and the new one is 143,473 sq ft. The judge ruled that the consent of the Government as landlord is required for any new building on the site (other than reinstatement of the old one). Hence, if consent is forthcoming, then a land premium will be payable and the developer has breached the lease by going ahead with the development without consent.
Emperor Hotel (HK) Ltd v Building Authority
HK Court of First Instance, 7-Apr-2009
The paid advert opposing the blackout rule
With links to the signatories in Webb-site Who's Who. (29-Dec-2008)
Commercial Crime Bureau ends investigation
Company announcement, 27-Nov-2003
Albert Yeung associates quizzed over visa bribe claims
South China Morning Post, 19-Jul-2003
Controlling shareholder attends ICAC
Company announcement, 16-Jul-2003
Investigation by Commercial Crime Bureau
Company announcement, 10-Jul-2003
Mr Ching Wai Man appointed INED of Vision Tech (0922)
Company announcement, 20-Jun-2001
We note that one Paul Ching Wai Man, reportedly a former senior Vice President of Emperor International Exchange, was one of 5 witnesses who suffered from amnesia at the criminal intimidation trial of Emperor boss Albert Yeung Sau Shing in 24-May-1995. Mr Yeung was then acquitted. Also joining the Vision Tech board, as executive directors, are 3 executive directors of Emperor International Holdings Ltd.
Yeung admits insider trading
South China Morning Post, 21-Apr-1998
The Queen v Michael Lam Yih Jun
HK Court of First Instance, 3-May-1996
On appeal, Mr Lam gets his six-week sentence suspended for 1 year.
Silent witness in Emperor tycoon trial fights sentence
South China Morning Post, 12-Apr-1996
Witness who won't talk jailed
South China Morning Post, 30-Nov-1995
Silent witness sentence
South China Morning Post, 28-Nov-1995
Yeung cleared of bid to pervert justice
HK Standard, 27-Oct-1995
Cut-throat world of forex backdrop
South China Morning Post, 27-Oct-1995
Documents in costs bid to stay secret
South China Morning Post, 27-Oct-1995
Silent witness in suspense
South China Morning Post, 22-Sep-1995
Witness fails to explain video
South China Morning Post, 15-Sep-1995
Yeung was an ICAC agent, says defence
South China Morning Post, 14-Sep-1995
Yeung's arrest 'stopped Jiang meeting'
South China Morning Post, 8-Sep-1995
Witness tells of `secret talks' with tycoon
HK Standard, 8-Sep-1995
Poor protection blamed for witness silence
South China Morning Post, 1-Jul-1995
Yeung trial witness delays giving evidence
HK Standard, 6-Jun-1995
Bad memory witness case adjourned
South China Morning Post, 6-Jun-1995
Memories fail in trial of tycoon
HK Standard, 25-May-1995
Amnesia catching in tycoon's trial
South China Morning Post, 25-May-1995
'Changed situation' delays trial of tycoon
HK Standard, 24-May-1995
Emperor 'sorry' on arrest reaction
South China Morning Post, 5-May-1995
ICAC arrests tycoon
South China Morning Post, 2-May-1995
Tycoon denies charge
HK Standard, 2-May-1995
Emperor chief says charges `ridiculous'
HK Standard, 11-Mar-1995
Attorney General v Yeung Sau Shing
HK Court of Appeal, 13-Jul-1981
Sentence for perverting the course of public justice, increased upon review to 9 months' immediate imprisonment.
The Queen v Yeung Sau Shing
HK Court of Appeal, 4-May-1981
The Court of Appeal upholds Mr Yeung's conviction for attempting to pervert the course of public justice by inciting Wai Kin-bong to give false evidence at a contemplated prosecution of Tony Cruz for assaulting the said Wai Kin Bong on 10-Feb-1979.

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