Hanergy Announces Privatization

Hanergy announced its privatization. The purchase price is not less than HK$5 per share. It is acquired by cash or stock exchange. After privatization, the company intends to list in domestic A-shares. According to the purchase price, Hanergy's market value is expected to reach 210.5 billion Hong Kong dollars. Hanergy’s suspension of the card has caused controversy. It has been suspended for more than three years. Can it hold up the 200 billion market value?

Hanergy privatization returns to A shares
Hanergy announced that it will not be less than HK$5 privatization. The market value is expected to reach HK$210.5 billion.

The data shows that the market value of Hanergy's thin film power generation is expected to reach 210.5 billion Hong Kong dollars according to the 41.2 billion share capital. It is worth noting that before the suspension, the market value of Hanergy's thin film power generation was HK$164.8 billion, and the stock price was HK$3.91, a potential premium of nearly 28% over the current price. ...[Details]

Hanergy's thin film power generation intends to issue privatization proposals "for the protection of the interests of small and medium shareholders"

Suspended for 3 years plus 5 months, even the investors themselves have forgotten that this check brings pain. At this time, Hanergy Film Power announced that it has decided to issue a privatization offer to all investors holding shares in listed companies under the name “Protection for the interests of small and medium shareholders”. The purchase price is not less than HK$5 per share. After privatization The company intends to list in domestic A shares. ...[Details]

Hanergy Mobile Energy advertises privatization to listed companies

Hanergy Mobile Energy Holding Group announced that Hanneng Film Power Group Co., Ltd. (HK 00566) has been suspended for more than three years, and the protection of small and medium-sized shareholders has been protected by Hanergy Mobile Energy Holding Group Co., Ltd. With the approval of the second board of directors, we decided to issue a privatization offer to all investors who hold shares in the listed company. The purchase price is not less than HK$5 per share. It is purchased by cash or stock exchange. After privatization, the company plans to list in domestic A shares. . ...[Details]

Suspended for three years, suddenly private, but also back to A! The resurgence of hopeless Hanergy moves constantly

Three years after the suspension, the Hong Kong-based photovoltaic company, Hanergy Film Power Group Co., Ltd. (HK 00566), which has almost been forgotten by the market, has finally taken a new step. Hanergy Mobile Energy Holding Group Co., Ltd. announced on the 23rd that it decided to issue a privatization offer to all investors who hold the listed company Hanergy Thin Film Power Generation. ...[Details]

After three years of suspension, there is a big move. Hanergy film is planned to be “privatized”! Market value or over 200 billion Hong Kong dollars

Hanergy's thin film power generation has been suspended for more than three years, and its resumption of progress has received much attention. On October 23, Hanergy Mobile Energy announced that, in order to protect the interests of small and medium shareholders, it decided to issue a privatization offer to all investors holding Hanergy's thin film power generation stocks. After privatization, the company plans to list on the A shares. The paper's "privatization" announcement made this Hong Kong-listed company once again the focus of attention in the capital market. ...[Details]

Hanergy Mobile Energy: Privatization of listed companies is one of the strategic choices Back to A has no clear plan

On October 23, regarding the privatization of Hanergy thin film power generation, Hanergy Mobile Energy told e company reporter that Hanergy Mobile Energy Holdings directly and indirectly holds 47.76% shares of listed companies, and the privatization of listed companies is Hanergy Mobile. One of the strategic choices of energy holding, the implementation method needs to be determined on a case-by-case basis, and there is currently no specific plan for A-share listing. ...[Details]

HKEx: Confirmation of new rules for Hanergy's thin film power generation

Regarding the privatization of Hanergy's thin film power generation, a spokesperson of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange said to the e-company reporter on October 23 that it did not comment on individual companies. In addition, it confirmed that Hanergy's thin film power generation is applicable to the newly revised Listing Rules of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. ...[Details]

Hanergy suspended trading for more than 3 years
Hanergy film also has to return to A shares? Once plunged 140 billion in a single day, shocked the mainland of Hong Kong

Today, Hanergy Mobile Energy Holding Group, the controlling shareholder of Hong Kong-listed Hanergy Thin Film Power ("Hanergy Film"), announced that it has issued a privatization offer to all investors holding shares in listed companies. The purchase price is not per share. Below HK$5, the company intends to list on the A-share after privatization. ...[Details]

Hanergy Film Announces Resumption of Progress: The company has completed all necessary work

In the announcement, Hanergy Film emphasized that the first resumption condition has been fulfilled for the two necessary conditions for the resumption of the SFC. The second resumption condition has been completed and submitted to the SFC for approval. The disclosure document has been engaged by the financial consultant. The purpose of due diligence is to hope that the SFC can consider the application for the resumption of Hanergy Film in accordance with the relevant rules. ...[Details]

The first condition of Hanergy Film's resumption of trading was completed. Four new independent directors were on duty today.

The first necessary condition for Hanergy's thin film power generation to resume trading has been successfully achieved. Just this evening, Hanergy Film Power announced that the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission had obtained a court civil order from a former and four current directors of the company to cancel the qualification. ...[Details]