CK Hutchison Holdings

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CK Hutchison Holdings Limited
Traded asSEHK1
PredecessorCheung Kong Holdings
Hutchison Whampoa
Founded18 March 2015
HeadquartersCheung Kong Center, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Key people
Victor Li Tzar-kuoi, Chairman and Group Co-managing Director
Canning Fok Kin-ning, Group Co-managing director
Li Ka-shing, Senior Advisor
ProductsCore businesses – Ports and related services, Retail, Infrastructure, Energy and Telecommunications
RevenueIncrease US$21.51 billion (2016)[1]
Increase US$5.9 billion (2016)
Total assetsIncrease US$133.28 billion (2016)
Number of employees
Increase 270,000 (incl. subsidiaries) Edit this on Wikidata

CK Hutchison Holdings Limited is a Cayman Islands–registered multinational conglomerate headquartered in Hong Kong. The company was formed in March 2015 through the merger of Cheung Kong Holdings and its main associate company Hutchison Whampoa.[2] It is renowned for its five core businesses ‐ ports and related services, retail, infrastructure, energy and telecommunications, which operates in over 50 countries.[3]


The company owns substantial holdings in businesses across a number of industries. Several subsidiaries also own holdings in their sister companies.[4]







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  1. ^ "CK Hutchison on the Forbes Growth Champions List".
  2. ^ Sito, Peggy; Li, Sandy (25 February 2015). "Li Ka-shing's two firms set for merger as Cheung Kong shareholders approve revamp". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
  3. ^ "Our Company - A.S. Watson Group | A member of CK Hutchison Holdings". A.S. Watson Group | A member of CK Hutchison Holdings.
  4. ^ "Group Listed Companies". CK Hutchison Holdings. Retrieved 25 August 2015.
  5. ^ Davies, Paul J; Noble, Josh (5 January 2014). "Li Ka-shing to spin off Hong Kong electricity distribution unit". Financial Times. Retrieved 25 August 2015.
  6. ^ Li Ka-shing sells nearly 25pc of AS Watson to Singapore investment giant Temasek, SCMP, 22 March 2014
  7. ^ "Li Ka-shing, Jack Ma Join Forces to Bring Digital Wallet to Hong Kong". 26 September 2017.

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