Li Ka-shing

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing cut Zoom stake as shares tumbled - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing cut Zoom stake as shares tumbled

Zoom Video Communications Inc. once comprised the biggest portion of Li Ka-shing’s fortune. Those days are gone.

Family business

Li Ka-shing's family office joins Singapore expansion wave

As many as ten staff will be based in the South East Asian city including senior investment manager Jacky Li.


Richard Li rebounds from blunders with win from Goto IPO

Li's stake in GoTo will bring his networth to US$5 billion


Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-Shing's investment firm to focus on Southeast Asia tech start-ups

Li's private investment firm Horizons Ventures will make Southeast Asia a priority.
Li Ka-shing’s new deal is latest effort to prop up CK Asset share price - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Li Ka-shing's new deal is latest effort to prop up CK Asset share price

Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing and his eldest son are stepping up efforts to boost the stock of family business CK Asset.


Hong Kong's Li Ka Shing remains city's richest man thanks to Zoom stake worth US$11 bil

The tycoon, who’s best known for building some of the most iconic skyscrapers to dot Hong Kong’s skyline, first invested in the video-conferencing app in 2013.

Company in the news

HPHT booted from STI amid trade tensions

(Sept 6): Hutchison Port Holdings Trust will be removed from Singapore’s Straits Times Index after a dramatic fall in its market value amid rising global trade tensions, the index provider said in a statement.

In print this week

HPH Trust feels full-blown effect of US-China trade war

SINGAPORE (May 17): The board of Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (HPH Trust), led by chairman Canning Fok, had to face frustrated shareholders at its annual general meeting, which this year was held on the morning of April 26.


Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li weighs insurance IPO

HONG KONG (June 27): Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li is laying the groundwork for a potential initial public offering of his insurance company FWD Group after five years of building the business through acquisitions, people familiar with the matter said.

Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-shing to retire at age 89

(Mar 16): Li Ka-shing, a wartime refugee who used to sweep factory floors in Hong Kong for a living, retired after a career spanning more than half a century amassing one of Asia’s biggest fortunes from building skyscrapers to selling soap bars.