Chim, Pui Chung 詹培忠

Ma Zhonghong jumps bail in ICAC case involving Chim Pui Chung and sonJoining the dots
ICAC, 25-Oct-2022
We explained the background to this case in our article of 21-Nov-2021.
Joining the dots on the ICAC case against Chim Pui Chung and others
The ex-legislator is once again facing criminal charges, this time with his son and others. We examine the past connections between the defendants and the connection between an alleged co-conspirator and one of the subscribers of convertible notes, who has not been charged. (21-Nov-2021)
Court rules in favour of ex-lawmaker Chim Pui-chung in libel case over soccer betting tactics
South China Morning Post, 3-Feb-2017
Chim Pui Chung v Apple Daily Ltd & othersMartingale (betting system)
HK Court of First Instance, 3-Feb-2017
Mr Chim wins HK$100k for an article criticising his claim of a winning formula for betting on the 2014 soccer World Cup. No evidence was advanced in defence to show that he was wrong. Mathematicians would recognise his claim to be a Martingale system. Even with no house-edge, the net expected value of the series of bets is zero-win, because although there would be a small net win on most series, there is also a small risk of a huge loss. In reality, no punter has unlimited capital, no house accepts infinite bets, each series of matches comes to an end and every house takes an edge.
Former lawmaker sues columnist for mocking 'sure win' World Cup betting formula
South China Morning Post, 11-Jan-2017
Chim Pui Chung v Apple Daily Ltd & others
HK Court of First Instance, 19-Apr-2016
Rafael Hui's links with 'godfather of nightclubs' likely formed at racetrack
South China Morning Post, 21-Dec-2014
Shinhint (2728): Webb-site CCASS Analysis
Chim Pui Chung has sold the 27.99% bought last year from Chairman Jacky Cheung Wah Keung, while on 4-Nov-2014 Cheung sold 6.22%, cutting his stake below the Takeover threshold to 28.35%. Meanwhile, China Merchants Bank and 2 of its subsidiaries, as custodians, have acquired 26.34%, but nobody has disclosed an interest in these shares. The subsidiaries are CMB International Securities and Wing Lung Securities. It is statistically unlikely that these 3 are acting for mutually independent buyers. The SFC should investigate whether a concert party is underway. (13-Nov-2014)
Former lawmaker Chim Pui-chung chastises judge
South China Morning Post, 27-Jun-2013
Webb on "Backchat" re HKMEx
RTHK, 23-May-2013
Barry Cheung Chun Yuen borrowed money from Chim Pui Chung
RTHK, 19-May-2013
Arrests over street attack on former lawmaker Chim Pui-chung
South China Morning Post, 15-Dec-2012
Three arrested in assault of ex-lawmaker Chim Pui-chung
South China Morning Post, 14-Dec-2012
Ex-lawmaker attacked
HK Standard, 22-Nov-2012
Chim Pui-chung assaulted by masked men
South China Morning Post, 21-Nov-2012
Joseph Wong King Lam voted off board of Karce (1159)
Company announcement, 1-Jun-2012
The largest beneficial shareholder of the company is Mr Chim Pui Chung, with 198.944m shares (28.33%).
Chim Pui Chung buys 28.34% of Asia Resources (0899) for HK$160m
Company announcement, 16-Oct-2008
Karce (1159) directors sell 27.77% to Chim Pui Chung for HK$83.149m
Company announcement, 27-Jul-2007
Court continues administration of Whole Win Securities Ltd
SFC, 9-Jun-2006
Cooking with Gas
We describe how Grand Field (0115) spent HK$63m on a 75% stake in a company which owned nothing other than a right to invest in a piped gas joint venture, which had lost its business license even before the acquisition was completed. One of the men behind this deal also features in our next story, on Kwong Hing (1131), so stay tuned! (4-Mar-2004)
Chim Pui Chung v HKSAR
HK Court of First Instance, 8-Sep-2000
Mr Chim's appeal against conviction for treating electors in the Election Committee Financial Services subsector elections with a dinner is dismissed.
Announcement regarding Mr Chim Pui Chung
SFC, 22-Jul-2000
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of First Instance, 26-Jan-2000
Chim guilty of election graft charges
South China Morning Post, 20-Aug-1999
Chim Pui Chung v SFC
HK Court of Final Appeal, 11-Jun-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 14-May-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 4-May-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 1-Apr-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 1-Apr-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 1-Apr-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 23-Mar-1999
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of First Instance, 9-Mar-1999
Chim Pui Chung v HKSAR
HK Court of Final Appeal, 1-Feb-1999
"There was ample evidence upon which the jury could infer that the applicant had conspired with a person or persons who could not be identified." - the application is refused.
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of First Instance, 22-Jan-1999
HKSAR v Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 24-Dec-1998
HKSAR v Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 8-Dec-1998
His appeal against conviction is dismissed, but his jail term is cut from 3 years to 1 year.
HKSAR v Chim Pui Chung, Debbie Chui Lai Yuk & Nelson Chan Kai Fung
HK Court of First Instance, 5-Nov-1998
Chim Pui Chung v President of Legislative Council
HK Court of First Instance, 8-Sep-1998
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of Appeal, 26-Jun-1997
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of First Instance, 7-Jan-1997
re: Chim Pui Chung
SFC, 16-Oct-1996
Statement re Mandarin Resources and Mr Chim Pui Chung
SFC, 11-Aug-1996
SFC v Company and Chim Pui Chung
HK Court of First Instance, 2-Aug-1996

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