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T Mark. Marvel Collection. Tsum Tsum. Jewellery FASHION. Jewellery CLASSIC. Jewellery WEDDING. Cheng Yu-tung took over the business empire from his father-in-law Chow Chi-yuen in Cheng transformed the group into a diversified empire, with interests in jewellery retailing, real estate , hotels, transportation, public utilities and other businesses.
In , Chow Tai Fook Jewellery built a for-sale residential building on — Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po , Kowloon.
One of the main holding company of the group, Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Limited, was incorporated on 10 August in the British Hong Kong, while the flagship listed company New World Development Company Limited, was incorporated in in the British Hong Kong.
As of , the group also consists of two more parent companies in the group structure, namely Chow Tai Fook Capital Limited and its subsidiary Chow Tai Fook Holding Limited.
They were incorporated in the British Virgin Islands. Chow Tai Fook Holding is the parent company of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Enterprises and Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group.
New World China Land , another second-tier subsidiary, was a listed company until privatization by New World Development in New World Development is a constituent of Hong Kong blue-chip index Hang Seng Index.
Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group, as of 13 October , was the world's second-largest jeweller by [total] market capitalization.
His son-in-law Cheng Yu-tung took over the business in  and their family ultimately owns the business. Cheng invented gold with In , Chow Tai Fook Jewellery introduced ornaments that made of vitreous enamel.
It was credited as a new industry of Hong Kong at that time. In , Chow Tai Fook Jewellery broke the record for the highest price paid for a rough diamond.
By September , there were 1, chain stores in mainland China including franchisees and its own outlets, and the Chow Tai Fook Jewellery set up its objective of opening 2, chain stores in mainland China by the year of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery, plays a leading role in its market segment for a long time since it foundation, esp.
For 5 continuous years since , it held the No. On 23 May , The Gemological Institute of America GIA partnered with Chow Tai Fook on a pilot program that will use blockchain to deliver digital diamond-grading reports.
On 17 January , Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group acquired the natural coloured gem specialist ENZO. As at 30 September , the Group had 4, POS in total, including 4, POS in Mainland China and POS in Hong Kong, Macau and other markets.
The Group added a net of POS during the 2QFY Chow Tai Fook Jewellery was a victim of crime a number of times. The thief also injured a staff of the jewellery store and a student who walked nearby in the second robbery.
One the same day a man with gun wound arrived in the hospital, which was believed as one of the suspects. In recent years, however, the company seldom suffered from armed robberies.
It also saw famous armed robbers, Yip Kai Foon and Kwai Ping-hung were arrested in and respectively. New World Development is one of the leading property developers based in Hong Kong.
It has been listed on Hong Kong stock exchange since 23 November As of , New World Development is the parent company of listed companies NWS Holdings listed since , New World Department Store China listed since and former listed companies New World Hotels Holdings acquired in , privatized in and New World China Land listed in , privatized in New World Development also owned former listed companies NW China Investment listed in Ireland, privatized , New World Infrastructure listed in , privatized as New World TMT and Renaissance Hotel Group listed in ,  : 21 sold in As of , CTFE still owned New World Development started its expansion in the s by the acquisition of properties and companies.
The flagship property, New World Centre was built on the former site of Holt's Wharf , a former godown terminal that was owned by British companies Swire Group and Blue Funnel Line.
New World Hotels Holdings , formerly Kai Tak Land Investment , was incorporated in and was acquired by New World Development in October In the past, NWD also owned New World Telecommunications , one of the telecommunication company of the city.
However, the disinvestment of NWD by selling the company to competitor HKBN in , was described by Financial Times as part of "the process of succession planning [of the largest tycoon families of Hong Kong] as the founders reach retirement age or pass away.
The stake was sold to PCCW group in One third of the share capital of Asia Television ATV was acquired in ,  but the stake was sold in the s.
The indirect stake in CEM, was sold in New World Development as of owned 16 hotels  but most of them closely associated with a hotel management unit, Rosewood Hotel Group that was owned by Chow Tai Fook Enterprises privately.
NWS Holdings via NWS Transport Services, owned Citybus and New World First Bus , two of the franchised bus service providers in Hong Kong. The other competitors were the mini-bus and other transportation method, such as MTR.
Kowloon Motor Bus , another franchised bus service provider, operates mainly in Kowloon and the New Territories. In the past, Citybus was owned by British company Stagecoach Group.
NWS Transport Services also owned New World First Bus and New World First Ferry. Goshawk Aviation was a 50—50 joint venture of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises and associate company NWS Holdings.
In June , Goshawk Aviation acquired Irish-based Sky Aviation Leasing International, an aviation leasing company. Brian Cheng, son of Henry Cheng and grandson of Cheng Yu-tung, is the chairman of Goshawk Aviation.
On top of investments in hotel ownership and doing hotel management business as New World Development , Chow Tai Fook Enterprises CTFE also made direct investment in hotels ownership as well as hotel management.
In , Chow Tai Fook Enterprises partnered with associate company New World Development to privatize New World Hotels Holdings , a sub-holding listed company of New World Development in hotel business.
In July , some of the hotels of the former New World Hotels Holdings , was sold from New World Development to CTF Holdings, which was owned by Henry Cheng and his employee and brother-in-law William Doo Wai-hoi at that time.
Two hotels of the former New World Hotels Holdings , Grand Hyatt Hong Kong and Renaissance Harbour View, were also changed from owned by Beames Holdings, to New World Development via Beames Holdings and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority in 50—50 ratio in April In July , New World China Land , another second-tier listed subsidiary of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises, sold the hotel management unit Rosewood Hotel Group to Chow Tai Fook Enterprises.
Rosewood Hotel Group owned three brands: penta, New World and Rosewood. Some of the hotels of New World Development, as of , were still managed by Rosewood Hotel Group.
In , CTFE acquired Baha Mar Resort, a soon to be completed mega-resort in Nassau, Bahamas. Rosewood Hotel Group was headed by Sonia Cheng, daughter of Henry Cheng and granddaughter of the late Cheng Yu-tung , patriarchs of CTFE and NWD.
Chow Tai Fook Capital owned the shares of listed companies Giordano , Hsin Chong , Integrated Waste Solutions Group Holdings , Mongolia Energy Corporation , New Times Energy and Shengjing Bank since They were personally owned by Cheng Yu-tung, patriarch of Chow Tai Fook group in the past.
Chow Tai Fook Nominee also formed a private equity fund with listed company Credit China Holdings and VMS Investment, for "investing in collateral-backed lending transaction" in China in The joint venture would invest in South East Asia.
In March , Chow Tai Fook [ sic ] subscribed the new shares of the Star Entertainment Group. Listed company International Entertainment Corporation IEC was a second-tier subsidiary of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises.
Chow Tai Fook Enterprises, via Mediastar International, owned In , it was alleged that Chow Tai Fook group's Tai Fook Securities , had lowered its commission rate below Stock Exchange of Hong Kong's minimum, by gift scheme from Chow Tai Fook Jewellery and New World Telephone.
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