Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings

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Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited
長江基建集團有限公司
Type Listed company
Industry Infrastructure
Founded 1996
Headquarters Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Area served Hong Kong
Key people Chairman Victor Li
Website Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings

Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings (SEHK1038) or CKI, is the largest publicly listed infrastructure company in Hong Kong with diversified investments in energy infrastructure, transportation Infrastructure, water Infrastructure and infrastructure related business, parented by Cheung Kong Holdings, businessman Li Ka Shing's flagship company. It is a leading player in the global infrastructure arena in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada and the Philippines. The chairman is Victor Li, the elder son of Li Ka Shing.

With effective from 10 June 2008, CKI is removed from Hang Seng Index Constituent Stock (bluechip).[1]

On 30 July 2010, Cheung Kong Infrastructure, the former Hongkong Electric Holdings (subsequently renamed Power Assets Holdings Limited in February 2011) and the Li Ka Shing Foundation acquired three UK electricity networks business from Électricité de France.[2]

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