Joint Global Limited (MH)

Skyway (1141) exits Joint Global Ltd for HK$5m and Freewill Holdings Ltd for HK$105m
Company announcement, 6-Mar-2017
Enterprise Development (1808) coughs up investment details at 30-Jun-2016 and 31-Dec-2015The Joint Global implosion
Company announcement, 30-Nov-2016
This follows a complaint by Webb-site to HKEX on 4-Sep-2016. The announcement hints at what happened to Joint Global Ltd, featured in our article "The Joint Global implosion". During the first half of 2016, JG disposed of its entire 26.96% shareholding in HEC Capital Ltd for an undisclosed price and had incurred a cumulative loss of HK$1978m by 30-Jun-2016, reducing its net assets from HK$2130m to just $132m, including a 5-year promissory note of $131m.
Enterprise Development (1808) admits investment in Joint Global LtdThe Joint Global implosion
Company announcement, 30-Nov-2016
This follows our article "The Joint Global implosion" in which we noted that ED had swapped its shares in HECC for shares in an unnamed company which had then been fully impaired.
Skyway (1141) investment in Joint Global LtdThe Joint Global implosion
Company announcement, 2-Nov-2016
Skyway now confirms that, as we deduced in our article of 30-Sep-2016, it swapped its HECC shares for shares in JG back on 2-Sep-2015. Skyway fails to mention the huge impairment from the implosion, nor does it admit that the investment in JG was a Discloseable Transaction under the Listing Rules.
CIFG (0412): breach of Listing Rules on Discloseable TransactionsThe Jont Global implosion
Company announcement, 26-Oct-2016
Following our article on 30-Sep-2016, CIFG admits that it swapped its 56.8m HECC shares for shares in JG and this was a Discloseable Transaction. It also claims that on 1-Apr-2016, the day after CIFG's year-end, it agreed to transfer its JG shares to New Peak Ltd (BVI), the owner of which is not disclosed, and in consideration received 48m shares in HECC, the transferor of which is not disclosed, thereby avoiding the JG implosion. This transaction was not completed until 30-Jun-2016. It was not disclosed as a post-balance sheet event in CIFG's accounts.
The Joint Global implosion
A collapse in a hub of the "Chung Nam Network" has wiped about HK$2bn off the balance sheets of at least 11 listed companies, many of which never announced that they had invested in it. We piece together an ugly jigsaw and call on the SFC to investigate and HKEX to wake up and require announcements. (30-Sep-2016)
China Inno Fin (0412) belatedly details investments at 31-Mar-2016
Company announcement, 13-Jul-2016
This follows a complaint by Webb-site to SEHK. The firm held 9.95% of China Smarter Energy (1004), 4.49% of Huarong (0993) and 1.34% of Carnival (0996), as well as having sunk HK$340.8m into Joint Global Ltd, the newest unlisted hub in what we call the "Chung Nam Network". It provides no details of this significant investment, which in our view should have been announced when made.
Dragonite (0329) pools shares of HEC Capital Ltd with others
Company announcement, 11-May-2016
This announcement of a transaction 8 months earlier follows a complaint by Webb-site regarding the opacity of the 2015 results. Dragonite is a member of what we call the "Chung Nam Network". Dragonite fails to disclose the governance arrangements of Joint Global Ltd such as its board composition, or how, with an 8.89% stake, Dragonite will have any influence over its decisions. In our view, this should have been a disclosable transaction under Chapter 14 of the Listing Rules as it represents 15.1% of total assets at 31-Dec-2014.

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