|Bid||76.350 x 0|
|Ask||76.400 x 0|
|Day's range||75.850 - 77.750|
|52-week range||65.950 - 94.800|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.31|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.77|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.41 (1.81%)|
|1y target est||99.27|
HONG KONG, Dec 7, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - Ping An of China Asset Management (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. ("Ping An Asset Management (HK)" or "the Company"), one of the leading asset managers ...
HONG KONG, Nov 30, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - Ping An of China Asset Management (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. ("Ping An Asset Management (HK)"), one of the leading asset managers in the region, is pleased ...
The Chinese behemoth’s $1 billion-Global Voyager Fund led the investment round, the companies said in a statement Monday, which didn’t disclose additional terms. Ping An contributed 40 million euros to the funding round, a spokeswoman for Finleap said. Ping An will seek to accelerate growth at Finleap by helping with its artificial intelligence and blockchain expertise, and by brokering access to the Chinese market, Global Voyager Fund’s Managing Director Donald Lacey said in an interview.
A listing of Ping An Healthcare Technology, which provides platforms used by hospitals, insurers and pharmacies, could take place as soon as next year, according to the people. Ping An Healthcare Technology raised $1.15 billion from investors including SoftBank Group Corp.’s Vision Fund in a series A funding round announced in February. Good Doctor, which raised $1.1 billion in a Hong Kong IPO in April, has fallen 31 percent from its offer price through Wednesday.
Rick Singer, the former chief executive officer of Chinese insurer Ping An’s U.S. real estate venture, has joined Winter Properties as president. Singer starts this month at Winter, a New York-based real estate investment, management and development company backed by the founders of closely held Standard Industries. “Rick’s background and leadership will give us the ability to accelerate the execution of our strategy,” Winter Properties Co-CEO David Winter said in a statement to Bloomberg.
The Qatar Investment Authority is in advanced talks about an investment in Lufax, China’s biggest online lender, as the sovereign wealth fund seeks to tap into the world’s second-largest economy, people familiar with the matter said. QIA has been negotiating the potential purchase of a minority stake in Lufax, which is an arm of China’s Ping An Insurance (Group) Co., according to the people. Ping An, China’s largest insurer by market value, has been spending on technology to make its insurance, banking and asset management businesses more competitive.
Jessica Tan, deputy chief executive officer of Ping An Insurance (Group) Co., China’s largest insurer by market value, explains why the company is investing in technology research. She speaks on the sidelines ...
The largest Chinese insurer by market value is 2018’s most popular mainland stock among foreign investors, who have net bought 16.1 billion yuan ($2.4 billion) of its Shanghai-traded shares, according to Bloomberg calculations. On the other hand, it’s being ditched in Hong Kong by Chinese investors. “Views are diverging between mainland and foreign investors toward Ping An,” said Steven Lam, a Hong Kong-based analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence.
James Garner, group chief strategist at Ping An Insurance (Group) Co, talks about the company's financial results and business outlook. Net income rose 34 percent in the first half, while profitability ...
Ping An has evaluated acquiring the U.K. insurer's fast-growing business in the region, Manuel Baigorri, Ruth David, Steven Yang and Zhang Dingmin of Bloomberg News wrote Wednesday. The Shenzhen-based firm has gone so far as to talk to banks about financing a deal that, including Prudential's Eastspring asset management, could be valued at $51.5 billion, analysts at Panmure Gordon & Co. reckon. Prudential Chief Executive Officer Mike Wells has made no secret of its love for Asia over a low-growth, mature U.K. business.
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. is considering buying Prudential Plc’s Asia business, people familiar with the matter said, a deal that would reshape Asia’s booming insurance industry and mark the biggest-ever Chinese acquisition. Potential buyers may well have to pay a premium to that to gain control, Cornes said.
Hannah Qiu, chief innovation officer at Ping An Insurance (Group) Co.'s OneConnect Financial Technology Co. unit, talks about the business prospects and market regulations. OneConnect offers AI-powered ...
China’s largest insurer by market value on Tuesday said it plans to purchase a 19.7 percent stake in property developer China Fortune Land Development Co. The same day, people familiar with the matter said the company was in talks with other investors about a potential joint bid for Beijing-based plasma treatment provider, China Biologic Products Holdings Inc. With China’s stock market down in the dumps, Ping An’s swift move to acquire stakes in listed firms looks smart. JPMorgan Chase & Co. says investors are worried insurance giants will have to tap equity markets for funds, while Bernstein Research blames a 12 percent decline in first-quarter sales coupled with the fintech sector losing its luster after a regulatory crackdown.
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co., China’s largest insurer by market value, is considering a rival offer for plasma treatment provider China Biologic Products Holdings Inc., people familiar with the matter said. An arm of Ping An is in talks with other investors about a potential joint bid for Beijing-based China Biologic, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private. Any offer would be higher than the $110-per-share proposal from Chinese buyout firm Citic Capital, which valued U.S.-listed China Biologic at about $3.6 billion, the people said.
A unit of Ping An Insurance (Group) Co., China’s largest insurer by market value, plans to purchase a 19.7 percent stake in local developer China Fortune Land Development Co. The insurer’s asset management unit will spend 13.8 billion yuan ($2.1 billion), or 23.66 yuan a share, to buy 582 million shares of the builder from the company’s controlling shareholder, China Fortune Land said in a filing to the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Tuesday. The purchase of the stake comes after a renewed drive by Chinese regulators to contain risks in the property market, dragging down an index of Chinese property companies by 16 percent in the past month.
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Investors may just have found the reason they need to keep on pushing two of Hong Kong's best-performing blue chips higher. After more than doubling in 2017, shares of Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Ping An Insurance Group Co. have lost momentum. Tencent is valued at 36 times estimated 2018 earnings -- 56 percent more expensive than Facebook Inc. Ping An's Hong Kong stock, meanwhile, is trading at a rare premium to its yuan-denominated shares in Shanghai, a sign of global investors' enthusiasm.
Ping An Good Doctor, a unit of China’s biggest insurer by market value, attracted cornerstone investors including GIC Pte and Khazanah Nasional Bhd. to a Hong Kong initial public offering that could raise ...
James Garner, Ping An Group chief strategist, discusses the company's investment strategy with Bloomberg's Yvonne Man and Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." Steven Lam, Bloomberg Intelligence ...