Cinda (HK)

China Cinda Hong Kong Holdings Limited (referred to as "Cinda (HK)"), is a wholly owned subsidiary of China Cinda Asset Management Co., Ltd. registered in Hong Kong. Its scope of business involves domestic and foreign non-performing assets investment, equity investment, mezzanine investments, debt investments and securities investments, medium and long-term bonds issuance, high quality assets and structured fixed income products and cross-border financial services.

In 2016, Cinda (HK) cooperated with Cinda Corporation to acquire Nanyang Commercial Bank (2388, HK) to further improve its business model and enhance its ability to serve the real economy and its market competitiveness. Thus, Cinda (HK) is strategically holding shares in five Hong Kong registered financial and industrial companies: Cinda International Holdings Limited(stock code:0111), Silver Grant International Industries Limited(stock code: 0171), Sino-Rock Investment Management Company Limited, China Fortune Financial Group Limited(stock code: 0290) and Nanyang Commercial Bank. Cinda also has wholly owned subsidiaries in Macau, Shenzhen and Hangzhou.

As the overseas business platform of Cinda Corporation, Cinda (HK) gives full play to the role of connecting international and domestic capital market. Relying on the advantage of comprehensive financial service platform of Cinda Group and the experience in investment, financing, non-performing assets disposal and financial service, Cinda (HK) has successfully participated in the International Placing of China Construction Bank, Bank of China, CITIC Bank, China BlueChemical, Bank of Communications, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, ZiJin Mining and other large stated-owned companies listed H shares in Hong Kong. Cinda (HK) took part in strategic investment and Pre-IPO investment in large state-owned company projects such as Lianyungang Shares, China XD, BBMG, and China Union Pay, and also participated in investment in overseas projects such as Lexington, New York Greenwich, Chicago Walker, Sydney Lan Valley, and London Kezong Street.