Arion Entertainment sets sights to diversify into money lending through proposed acquisition of Win Win Finance for HK$1

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner2/10/2022 06:04 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Arion Entertainment sets sights to diversify into money lending through proposed acquisition of Win Win Finance for HK$1
The aggregate consideration for the purchase of the sales shares is HK$1.25 million, or around $0.22 million.
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Fame Harvest – a wholly-owned subsidiary of publisher Arion Entertainment – has entered into a sale and purchase agreement with Gorman Kwong for the acquisition of 1 million ordinary shares in the issued and paid-up capital of Win Win Finance.

This represents the entire issued capital of Win Win Finance.

The aggregate consideration for the purchase of the sales shares is HK$1.25 million, or around $0.22 million.

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