Good Resources Holdings Limited 天成國際集團控股有限公司

HKICPA disciplines Johnny Chan Kin HangReasons
HKICPA, 26-May-2010
We deduce that the listed company concerned is Good Fellow Resources (109), then Q-Tech Holdings. We covered the situation in detail in our article of 21-Jul-02, "Digital Mess", so it has only taken the HKICPA 8 years to conclude its case. Way to go!
China Strategic bubble
We warn investors of a bubble in the stock of China Strategic, the 80% owner of the proposed buyer of Taiwan's Nan Shan Life Insurance, partly financed by a massive note issue convertible into 78bn shares at $0.10 each. We publish the placing list and analyse the names in the deal. Finally, we warn investors to avoid 7 companies in the "Chung Nam network", which has lost HK$6.2bn in 5 years. (13-Nov-2009)
Toxic IPOs in HK
In this epic article, we take you through the IPOs of at least 14 listed companies, 3 of which have already led to criminal charges. We explain the inter-relationships between the companies, sponsors, lead managers, auditors and the INEDs. Before you buy another IPO, stop and read this article. (21-Mar-2005)
SFC suspends Mr Johnnie Choy Tin Woo for 5 months for misleading SFC and naked short selling
SFC, 18-Oct-2004
SFC reprimands Mr Luk Kwok On for improperly applying for excess rights issue shares via his relative's account
SFC, 5-Jan-2004
SFC prosecutes Chan Shing Chun for naked short selling and market manipulation and Johnnie Choy Tin Woo for naked short selling
SFC, 25-Mar-2003
International Capital Network Holdings Ltd v Capital Ace Holdings Ltd & another
HK Court of Appeal, 6-Sep-2002
Capital Ace Holdings Ltd & another v International Capital Network Holdings Ltd & others
HK Court of First Instance, 3-Sep-2002
International Capital Network Holdings Ltd v Capital Ace Holdings Ltd & another
HK Court of Appeal, 9-Aug-2002
StyNet, Part 3: Riverhill
In Part 3 of our series on the Styland network, we look at Riverhill, a stock in which Styland and Digital World made early acquisitions at stratospheric prices. Riverhill's turnover collapsed after the IPO, which was based on a 9-project track record, part of which was sub-contracted and part of which came from a company sold to Digital World for a similarly stratospheric price. (8-Aug-2002)
International Capital Network Holdings Ltd v Capital Ace Holdings Ltd & another
HK Court of First Instance, 5-Aug-2002
StyNet, Part 2: Asia's Inworld City
Continuing our series on the Styland network, we take you through the wheeling and dealing surrounding Inworld, most of whose flimsy track record came from companies in the network - including Digital World, Rainbow, Renren, Riverhill and Styland itself. You will also see an incredible set of pre-IPO transactions in the stock. Is Hong Kong really Asia's World City? (24-Jul-2002)
StyNet, Part 1: Digital Mess
In the first of a series of articles, we'll take you through a labyrinth of transactions involving a motley collection of GEM listings, including Inworld, International Capital Network, Rainbow and Riverhill, two bombed-out main board stocks - Digital World and renren, and a company at the centre of the network, Styland. We kick off with a detailed study of Digital World and its dealings. (21-Jul-2002)
Breach of Listing Rules: Connected Transaction
Company announcement, 16-Oct-2001
Breach of Listing Rules: Discloseable Transaction
Company announcement, 7-Sep-2000
Censure of certain directors
SEHK, 30-Nov-1999

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