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China Aircraft Leasing
China Everbright Limited
Traded asSEHK165
IndustryFinancial services
PredecessorIHD Holdings
Founded1 November 1994 (1994-11-01) (as Everbright-IHD)
FounderChina Everbright Group
HeadquartersHong Kong S.A.R.,
Area served
Mainland China, Hong Kong
Key people
  • Tang Shuangning (Chairman)
  • Chen Shuang (CEO)
ServicesAsset management
RevenueIncreaseHK$10.4 billion (2015)
Decrease HK$1.5 billion (2015)
Increase HK$5.1 billion (2015)
Increase HK$65.3 billion (2015)
Increase HK$39.4 billion (2015)
OwnerChina Everbright Holdings (49.74%)
Footnotes / references
in a consolidated basis[1]
China Everbright Limited
Simplified Chinese?
Traditional Chinese?
Literal meaningChina Everbright Holding Limited Company

China Everbright Limited is a Hong Kong based financial services company in asset management, investment and merchant bank in the Greater China region, including Mainland China and Hong Kong.[2] It is part of the China Everbright Group, a state-owned enterprise operated under the supervision of the State Council of the People's Republic of China (via Central Huijin Investment and the Ministry of Finance).

China Everbright Limited is considered a red chips on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, which refers to the companies incorporated outside mainland China but whose main business is based in mainland China.


The predecessor of the company was founded on 25 August 1972 in Hong Kong as Intercontinental Housing Development Limited, renamed IHD Holdings in 1987. In 1994 it was taken over by China Everbright Group and renamed China Everbright-IHD Pacific Limited. On 18 July 1997, the business inherited from IHD was ended, the company was renamed China Everbright Limited, the current name.[3] On the same day, a 20% stake of China Everbright Bank was injected from the parent company, China Everbright Group, followed by International Bank of Asia on 2 August.[4] On 18 July 1999, Everbright Limited acquired a 49% stake of Everbright Securities from the parent company.[4]

In 2002, a 35% stake of Standard Life (Asia) Limited was sold to Standard Life.[4] In 2003, SeaBright Asset Management Limited was founded, a joint venture with Seagate Global Advisors (Chinese: ?).[4] In 2000s Everbright Limited acted as sponsor[5] in numbers of firm listing in Hong Kong Stock Exchange, for example, Zijin Mining in 2003.[4]

In 2011, a 51% stake of Everbright Securities (International) was sold to Everbright Securities,[4] Everbright Limited remained a minority shareholder of Everbright Securities, while Everbright Group is the largest shareholder.

In 2016, the company acquired the concession of Tirana International Airport, which runs until 2027. The company was the largest shareholder of China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings.

Business areas

Prior to 2002, Everbright had no asset management department. Mr. Guo You, the CEO at the time set a goal to make Everbright one of China's premier investment firms. To fast track the asset management business he hired William Lawton as CEO of the new asset management company.[]

Everbright conducts its business activities in three areas: short-term investments, financial services and long-term investments plus other operations. The Company provides portfolio management services for institutional and individual clients, such as China Everbright Dragon Fund, or its SeaBright China Special Opportunities Fund series of direct investment funds, the first of the series that was launched in 2004 in a joint venture with Seagate Global Advisors, LLC. It provides financial advisory services, such as share placements, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), privatization and project financing.[]


  1. ^ "2015 Annual Report" (PDF). China Everbright Limited. 13 April 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ China Everbright Limited Profile
  3. ^ Hong Kong Companies Registry
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Milestone and Honor". China Everbright Limited. Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ "About Sponsors". Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 10 July 2015. Retrieved 2016.

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