Friday, September 24, 2021
Andrew Lo

Summit Ascent recognized in Asiamoney polls

Summit Ascent has been named as one of the first companies for a dual-recognition in the “Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll 2021” by Asiamoney Magazine.
suncity group awards

Suncity, Summit Ascent win awards at the 7th HKIRA Awards

Suncity Group Holdings together with its subsidiary, Summit Ascent Holdings are pleased to announce that Suncity and Summit Ascent have won multiple HKIRA Investor Relations Awards at the 7th HKIRA Awards 2021 Ceremony.
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Rich Goldman expects financial losses for the year 2021

Rich Goldman Holdings expects to record a narrowed loss for the financial year ended June 30, 2021 of around HK$21 million.
hong Kong

HK wants to reopen China border both ways

Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam has reportedly asked Beijing for a path to eventually shed travel restrictions between Hong Kong and Mainland China.

IFHA appoints HKJC head Engelbrecht-Bresges as chairman

The IFHA said its chairman, Louis Romanet, has decided not to seek a further term and that HKJC CEO Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges has been elected as replacement.

HK opens to Macau/Mainland from Sept. 15, but no word on reciprocation

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said Macau and Mainland residents will be able to enter the territory without the need to quarantine from Sept. 15.
Hong Kong Jockey Club, horse betting

HKJC posts record turnover, to expand commingling

The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) posted record turnover of HK$279.7 billion for 2020/21 and said it plans to expand its successful commingling program.

Genting HK 1H loss narrows, but outlook remains uncertain

Genting HK said its 1H21 loss narrowed thanks to the resumption of cruises to nowhere out of Taiwan and Singapore, but warned the outlook remains uncertain.
Macau tourists

HZMB bus frequency to double, Zhuhai to ease air restrictions

Authorities and businesses are aiming to further boost visitor entries to Macau, with new measures being announced.

HK busts first suspected money smuggling ring via HKZM bridge

Five people have been arrested as Hong Kong authorities say that they have busted a money-laundering ring accused of smuggling nearly HKD170 million out of the city over three months via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge to Macau and Zhuhai.

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