Enoch Yiu

Recent and archived articles by Enoch Yiu

29 Jan 2019 | 1:25 PM

Nephew of ‘King of Gambling’ Stanley Ho calls for STDM’s new controlling shareholders to settle HK$2 billion in unpaid share dividends

Michael Hotung urges controlling shareholder alliance of STDM to make good on dividend payments dating back to 2007 for shares owned by his late mother, Winnie Ho

23 Jan 2019 | 7:21 AM

Want to work until 70? If not, you better start saving a lot more, warns a survey of Hongkongers

65 per cent in survey would need to work until 70 to pay for living expenses without cutting back
Hongkongers say they want to retire at 61, but many do not start retirement planning until 50 and rarely – or never – check their MPF accounts

10 Jan 2019 | 11:37 AM

‘King of Gambling’ Stanley Ho is sued by nephew for HK$2bil in unpaid share dividends

Michael Hotung claims his uncle, aunt and casino operator STDM owe dividend payments dating back to 2007 for shares owned by his late mother, Winnie Ho

19 Oct 2018 | 12:25 PM

Three missing chairmen among top 10 most wanted fraud suspects in Hong Kong

The SFC is for the first time urging the public to come forward with information about suspected financial misconduct

2 Oct 2018 | 3:30 PM

How ‘dark pool’ operator Liquidnet is using AI to help traders make better decisions

Liquidnet, the largest "dark pool” operator in the Asia-Pacific region, has introduced artificial intelligence and machine learning tools as customers increasingly turn to new technologies to manage their portfolios.

Merrin said the new tools were launched in the second quarter of this year in the US and Europe, and turnover on Liquidnet has increased as a result. — SCMP
12 Sep 2018 | 5:30 PM

Hong Kong’s first pure digital insurance venture to start selling policies

Hong Kong’s first purely digital life insurance company will start selling policies in the city, looking to use its direct selling capability to offer lower prices in the crowded local market.

“By turning from a traditional insurance company into a digital insurance company, we do not need to pay any commission to middlemen," said Hung.
6 Apr 2018 | 2:51 PM

Chinese insurer uses facial recognition to stop its agents from skipping meetings

The insurer is also using face and voice recognition systems to protect its policyholders from fraud, says deputy CEO

12 Mar 2018 | 7:03 AM

Andy Lau accident sparks rush for insurance cover by Asian film studios

Most expensive film insurance payout was US$50m, following the death of Fast and Furious star Paul Walker, by Allianz’s Firemen’s Fund

7 Mar 2018 | 3:22 PM

The two Ma tycoons, Pony and Jack, become first Chinese to make Forbes list of world’s 20 richest

Tencent chief Pony and Alibaba’s Jack have combined wealth of US$84.3 billion – almost the size of the Turkish economy