CHINA WAH YAN HEALTHCARE LIMITED 中國華仁醫療有限公司

SFC suspends China Wah Yan Healthcare (0648)
SEHK, 27-Nov-2017
Another member of the Enigma Network. 4 of the 50 stocks have now been suspended by the SFC. This follows First Credit Finance (8215) on 24-Nov-2017, New Ray Medicine (6108) on 6-Oct-2017 and Lerado (1225) on 6-Jun-2017.
The Enigma Network: 50 stocks not to own
Sometimes, all you need to tell a story is a picture. (15-May-2017)
China Wah Yan (0648) buys 9.9% of New Ray Medicine (6108) at 265% above market
Company announcement, 23-Jun-2016
The BVI vendor is not named, nor is its owner, but we can tell you the vendor is owned by Town Health (3886) which cut its stake from 14.38% to 4.38%.
Some bubbles for New Year
With the exchange shut for 2014, we take a close look at two bubbles and the other listed companies surrounding them. (31-Dec-2014)
Li Juewen v World International Development (BVI) Ltd
HK Court of First Instance, 7-Sep-2011
"Immediate settlement was, as I understand it, concluded by an off-set of shares in [China Renji Medical] purchased by Kingston for other clients and deposited by Kingston in its account with CCASS" - if true, other clients will be delighted to know this.
SBI, E2 and Xinhua Finance
We reveal how a mini-investment bank was assembled and injected into two listed companies at great expense to them, then gradually sold off, and how at least some of the SFC-regulated firms came under the ownership of someone who now faces criminal charges in the USA in relation to newsletter stock promotion schemes for companies which include the first Chinese company to list in Japan. (18-May-2010)
The paid advert opposing the blackout rule
With links to the signatories in Webb-site Who's Who. (29-Dec-2008)
SFC reprimands Get Nice Investment Ltd, Mr Hung Hon Man & Mr Frankie Shum Kin Wai
SFC, 30-Jul-2003
Soft Focus
Today Japanese technology investor Softbank announced that it is taking control of loss-making dyestuff distributor Cheung Wah Development. We take a look at the resulting surge in the stock price, which has created HK$18.1bn out of very thin air for the new name, and a handsome profit for the Yu and Chuang families. (20-Jan-2000)

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