CK Infrastructure Holdings Limited (BM) 長江基建集團有限公司

Power Assets (0006) independent holders veto merger with CKI (1038)
Company announcement, 24-Nov-2015
Power Assets (0006) independent shareholders veto loans to parent
Company announcement, 14-May-2015
They called it the purchase of "connected debt securities" but it amounts to lending money to the parent, which is never a good idea. It was close though, no doubt after a lot of lobbying.
Various asphalt producers v Secretary of Justice
HK Court of Appeal, 28-Oct-2010
The HK asphalt oligopoly loses its appeal to stop the Government from allowing owners of farm land to host asphalt plants.
SFC welcomes reappointment of Angelina Lee as NED...
SFC, 16-Jul-2010
...well, we suppose someone's got to. She's also an NED of Henderson Land and Cheung Kong Infrastructure, for whom her law firm does business, and Great Eagle and Tom Group.
Various asphalt producers v Secretary of Justice
HK Court of First Instance, 16-Mar-2009
The HK asphalt oligopoly tries to stop the Government from allowing owners of farm land to host asphalt plants, and fails.
The paid advert opposing the blackout rule
With links to the signatories in Webb-site Who's Who. (29-Dec-2008)
Vampire - Nothing Left to Prove
Last week saw AGMs of CITIC Pacific, Hysan, Li & Fung, China Unicom, Cathay, Swire, HK Electric and CKI. In every case, a majority of investor votes were against the 20% cash issue mandate, but controllers pushed it through. With 10 HSI companies now having voted, Project Vampire has nothing left to prove - investors have voted on average by more than 2 to 1 against the issue mandate. It's time for the regulators to act. (16-May-2004)
Vampire bites CKI
At Cheung Kong Infrastructure's AGM on Thursday, investors voted against the general issue mandate by an estimated margin of 50.2% to 49.8%, the 5th victory for Project Vampire. Investors are speaking through their votes. (18-May-2003)
AGM Results
Company web site, 15-May-2003
CKI Voting Recommendations
The 14th AGM in Project Poll is on 15-May-03. We urge shareowners to vote against the general mandate, which could enlarge the free float by 133% if fully used, likely necessitating a substantial discount. (5-May-2003)

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