drbubb Posted December 19, 2010 Report Share Posted December 19, 2010 David Webb's Stock ideas / Hong Kong Investments ... Webb-stock-charts Webb's Hong Kong Picks ==================== Price : P/E R : Yield% : 0328 / Alco Holdings---- : $3.71 : 07.56 : 2.70% : 0684 / Allan Int'l Hldings $3.47 : 05.89 : 1.44% : 1120 / Arts Optical Int'l. : $3.71 : 12.37 : 1.75% : 0927 / Fujikon Industrial: $1.65 : 17.16 : 1.82% : 0645 / KTP Holdings----- : $2.58 : 124.6 : 0.00% : 2728 / Shinhint Acoustic: $0.92 : 10.53 : 1.30% : 0125 / Sun Hing Vision-- : $3.50 : 09.69 : 1.29% : ================= His stakes worth a total of maybe HK$500 million - a guess, assuming he owns 5-10% News-- : http://www.aastocks.com/en/stock/Interests...px?symbol=00645 Info---- : http://www.chinesestock.org/show.aspx?id=99573&cid=28 Profile : http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=0645.hk&d=t Search : "David+Webb" buys stock "interest" David M. Webb : Editor, Webb-site.com A Hong Kong resident since 1991, former investment banker David Webb retired in 1998 to focus on his investments in HK-listed small-caps and establish Webb-site.com, a non-profit platform for better corporate and economic governance in Hong Kong, which now has over 19,000 subscribers to its free newsletter. He has been a member of Hong Kong’s Takeovers and Mergers Panel since 2001, and was an elected independent director of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd from 2003 to 2008 when he resigned over corporate governance issues. He was a best-selling author of games and books for the first generation of home computers. He is an Oxford maths graduate, a member of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders, and former Chairman of Hong Kong Mensa. == == == (Wiki-Profile): David Michael Webb (born 29 August 1965 in London, England), usually known as David Webb, is a well-known activist and share market analyst in Hong Kong. He is a retired Investment Banker, and now devotes much of his time to advocating solutions for better corporate and economic governance in Hong Kong. He is also a significant investor in smaller companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, and is frequently called upon by the media to comment on all matters relating to corporate and economic governance. Biography Webb graduated in Mathematics from Exeter College, Oxford in 1986. From 1981 to 1986 he was also an author of books and games for early home computers. After graduation he became an investment banker in London. He moved to Hong Kong in 1991. He retired from Investment Banking in 1998, and now lobbies extensively for increased transparency and public accountability of directors of public companies as well as for the Government of Hong Kong. Webb is currently a member of the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission's Takeover and Mergers Panel. Activism He uses his eponymous: http://webb-site.com - as his official mouthpiece on all matters commercial and political. He has purchased shares in all the companies which form the Hang Seng Index, and demands formal votes to resolutions which he judges detrimental to the interests of minority shareholders during the annual general meeting of public listed companies. To force real votes, Webb launched "Project Poll" to push for formal votes on all proposals at annual meetings of Hang Seng index constituent companies; he initiated Project Vampire, to block resolutions that allow for bypassing of pre-emption of rights issues and massive share dilutions. Webb is also seen as a bit of a political activist: in December 2005, he advocated dramatic widening the electorate of the functional constituencies, arguing that professionals in fields such as bankers and stockbrokers should get to elect their own representatives. At present, only accountants, lawyers, doctors and teachers are able to exercise that right; stockbrokers are represented by a convicted fraudster, whilst the banking seat has only been contested once in 20 years. /more (2010): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Michael_Webb Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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