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About CH FIN LEASING Company
China Financial Leasing Group Co., Ltd. (stock code: 2312, “China Financial Leasing Group” or the “Company”, together with its subsidiaries, collectively the “Group”) is an investment company. The Company was incorporated in the Cayman Islands and its shares were listed on the Stock Exchange in October 2002 in accordance with Chapter 21 of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the “Stock Exchange”) Securities Listing Rules (the “Listing Rules”). According to the Investors and Financial Education Commission of Hong Kong, a Chapter 21 company is defined as follows: The main business of a 21-chapter company is to invest in listed or unlisted securities, including warrants, money market instruments, commodities, options and futures contracts, and other collective investment plans. Since investment performance is closely linked to company performance and shareholder returns, they need investment managers with experience, expertise and integrity.” China Financial Leasing Group mainly invests in listed and/or unlisted securities, mainly in the mainland China and Hong Kong markets. As we work to create value for our shareholders, we take a prudent investment approach to select potential investment opportunities while maximizing returns using favorable market conditions. Our investment team consists of experienced professionals with deep market knowledge and extensive product knowledge in various investment products such as stocks, derivatives, and bonds.
China Financial Leasing (02312.HK) net asset value of HK$0.35 per share at the end of August
Glonghui, September 14, 丨China Financial Leasing (02312.HK) announced that as of August 31, 2023, the Group's unaudited net asset value per share was approximately HK$0.35.
CH FIN LEASING: INTERIM REPORT 2023
China Financial Leasing's Loss Narrows in H1
China Financial Leasing Group (HKG:2312) recorded a loss attributable to owners of HK$3.6 million for the first half, narrowing down from HK$11.1 million in the previous year. Loss per share stood at