Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
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Feiyu Tech plays capital game
Chinese mobile and web games developer - Feiyu Technology International Co - has submitted an application for a main board listing and aims to raise HK$1.5 billion.

Call traffic middleman sees potential in mobility
M800 Group Limited, which provides services such as interconnections and network infrastructure to telecommunications companies, and solutions to enterprises, has filed for a listing on the local bourse.

OneWorld drops events booking fees
Airline alliance OneWorld, which includes Cathay Pacific (0293) as well as recently-joined members US Airways, TAM Airlines of Brazil, Qatar Airways, and SriLankan Airlines, is offering new discounts and reduced fees for organizers of events and conventions.

Smart eyewear for vivid, visual experience
A manufacturer of smart glasses, or eyewear that combines a wearable computer and heads-up display, is bringing its designs and technology to the Hong Kong Optical Fair next week. Think Google Glass, Samsung's Gear Blink and Vuzix M100 as glasses that have heads-up displays.

BEA Life offers discounts
The insurance arm of the Bank of East Asia (0023), BEA Life, has launched new promotions.

Dah Sing double welcome
Dah Sing Bank (2356) is offering double welcome rewards of up to HK$15,600 for new depositors opening a YOU Banking account with at least HK$50,000. Customers can enjoy a savings rate of up to 1.6 percent per annum.

Fubon set for tax season
Fubon Bank is offering tax loans carrying interest rates as low as 2.54 percent. Customers can borrow up to HK$1 million or eight times their monthly salary under a maximum 24-month repayment period.

First for Value Partners
Local-based asset management firm, Value Partners Group (0806), has launched its first Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor product, Value Partners China A-Share Select Fund.

Steaming hot Vietnam
Vietnam today resembles China's coastal cities 20 years back, offering growth opportunities, says Dennis Nguyen, founder and chairman of New Asia Partners, a private equity group.

Prominent player in investment-linked insurance
In Asia, Edinburgh-based Standard Life manages 340 million pounds (HK$4.23 billion) worth of assets.



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