Privatisation of GL Limited in June.
Acquisition of Manuka Health New Zealand.
Proposed privatisation of Guoco by scheme of arrangement. Offer lapsed in November 2018.
Guoco sold its securities business in Hong Kong.
Rank acquired Gala Casinos Limited.
Proposed privatisation of Guoco by general offer which lapsed in May 2013.
GL established a S$300 million multicurrency medium term note programme.
Guoco established a US$3 billion medium term note programme and issued a US$500 million 4.75% notes due 2017.
Hong Leong Bank completed the acquisition of EON Bank Group.
Guoco acquired control of The Rank Group Plc (“Rank”) via a mandatory cash offer.
GuocoLand updated and upsized its multicurrency medium term note programme from S$800 million to S$1.5 billion.
HLFG's insurance arm formed a joint venture in respect of their life and general insurance business, namely Hong Leong Assurance Berhad and MSIG Insurance (Malaysia) Berhad.
GuocoLand completed a rights issue of S$533 million.
GuocoLand established a S$800 million multicurrency medium term note programme.
Following Guoco's investment into Pepsi Cola Products Philippines, Inc (“PCPPI”) in 1998, PCPPI was successfully listed on the Philippines Stock Exchange.
GuocoLand completed a S$690 million convertible bond issue due 2012 and a rights issue of S$555 million.
Tower REIT managed by GuocoLand Malaysia was listed on Bursa Malaysia.
Guoco acquired control of BIL International Limited (now known as “GL Limited” (“GL”)) via a mandatory general offer.
Hong Leong Bank set up Hong Leong Islamic Bank Berhad.
Hong Leong Group increased its shareholding interests in Guoco which became its subsidiary.
Sale of Dao Heng Fund Management Limited to Principal Financial Group.
GuocoLand acquired control in Hong Leong Properties Berhad (renamed as "GuocoLand (Malaysia) Berhad" ("GuocoLand Malaysia")) to establish presence in Malaysia.
Guoco established to develop Proprietary Asset Management (now known as Principal Investment) business.
Disposal of interests in Dao Heng Bank at 3.5 times book value.
Guoco repurchased its shares via a cash offer at between HK$50.00 and HK$55.00 in cash per share.
Dao Heng Bank Group was named the second best bank in Asia in a survey conducted by Asiamoney Magazine.
Dao Heng Bank Group became one of the Hang Seng Index (HSI) constituent stocks.
Dao Heng Bank's Treasury Division was expanded and officially renamed as "Dao Heng Markets".
Dao Heng Bank won the 1998 Hong Kong Top Ten Corporate Choice Award conducted by Asiamoney Magazine.
Disposal of interests in HG Asia (Holdings) (renamed as ABN AMRO Asia (Holdings)).
Dao Heng Bank launched "DaoHengDirect" to provide full range of telephone banking services via a pioneer Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system.
Dao Heng Bank issued US$350 million 10-year Yankee bond.
Dao Heng Bank was designated as one of the HIBOR reference banks by the Hong Kong Association of Banks and was appointed a market maker of Exchange Fund Bills and Bonds.
Launch of ComPass Card - the world's first VME compatible microchip credit card, demonstrating the Bank's leading role in the credit card industry.
GuocoLand made its first inroad into the China property market - Beijing Corporate Square.
Acquisition of Hong Leong Credit Berhad (renamed as “Hong Leong Financial Group Berhad” ("HLFG")) and became Guoco's associated company.
Acquisition of Overseas Trust Bank (OTB). Described by Euromoney Magazine as "The Deal of the Year".
Listing of Dao Heng Bank Group on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange at 277 times over-subscription.
Acquisition of 49% interests in HG Asia (Holdings), a major international institutional broker and financial advisory group in Hong Kong.
Corporate realignment - Guoco replaced Dao Heng Holdings as the listed holding company.
Merger of Dao Heng Bank and Hang Lung Bank.
Acquisition of Hang Lung Bank.
Acquisition of First Capital Corporation Ltd (renamed as “GuocoLand Limited” ("GuocoLand")).
Hong Leong Company Limited changed its name to Dao Heng Holdings Limited.
Dao Heng Bank and financial services group under Hong Leong Company Limited were listed.
Hong Leong Group acquired Dao Heng Bank.
Hong Leong Group commenced investment activities in Hong Kong.
Poll Results of Annual General Meeting held on 16 November 2023
Monthly Return of Equity Issuer on Movements in Securities for the month ended 31 October 2023
Proxy Form for the Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday, 16 November 2023
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