一财网 杨佼 2015-03-27 18:41:00
被立案调查10个多月之后，博元投资隐藏多年的信批、债务等惊人黑幕，终于逐渐揭开真相。博元投资 3月27日公告称，于当日收到了上证所的函，后者将对其涉嫌信批违法违规进行公开通报，且已被证监会移送公安机关的函。当天，证监会和上交所均对此事进行了公告。博元投资前身为*ST方源。2010年5月，由余蒂妮控制的珠海华信泰，通过拍卖的方式，获得该公司21.003%股权，成为该公司第一大股东。并于2011年9月更为现名。截至2014年6月，珠海华信泰持有博远投资1997万股，持股比例为10.49%，仍为第一大股东。珠海华信泰在博元投资股改时曾承诺，将以现金履行及代付股改业绩承诺。2011年4月29日，博元投资曾公告称，已累计收到珠海华信泰支付的股改业绩承诺款 2.77亿元，并收到珠海华信泰代吴伟英、东莞市勋达投资管理有限公司、辽源大成投资有限公司、黄铮、吴为荣、林欢支付的股改业绩承诺款共计约1.6亿元，两者合计约4.38亿元至此，珠海华信泰承诺已履行完毕。
但事实上，上述资金并未真正支付。中技系暗中入主后，博元投资业绩并未改善，反而出现大量银行承兑汇票及债务。有接近中技系的人士此前曾告诉《第一财经日报》，包括博元投资在内，中技系控制的几家上市公司中，部分负债根本就不存在。 Continue reading
Apr 30, 2015
This Listed Chinese Company Says It Won’t Stand By Its Own Earnings Report
China’s stock market is known for rampant irregularities such as insider trading and fraudulent accounting. It’s usually the regulators that catch the suspects, just like in any other country. Now, in a possible precedent for a market regarded by some as the Wild Wild West of investing, a company is suggesting publicly that its earnings report may not be accurate. Zhuhai Boyuan Investment Co., a Shanghai-listed firm that specializes in recycling industrial waste, raised the doubts from the very first words of the 2014 financial statement released Thursday:
“The company’s board of directors, board of supervisors and senior management are unable to guarantee the truthfulness, accuracy and comprehensiveness of the annual report. Nor are they able to guarantee that the report doesn’t contain any false records, misleading statements or significant omissions.”
“The reason is: the current state of the company,” Boyuan said.
That “current state” includes having recently been placed under investigation by China’s securities watchdog and police for allegations of illegal disclosure and failure to disclose important information.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange, which has already warned investors that Boyuan faces delisting, decided to suspend trading in the stock from Thursday. The bourse demanded the company offer further explanation for its claim that it can’t guarantee the truthfulness of its financial statement. Continue reading
(967) Sound Global: Sound Global Ltd announced that its auditors, during its course of audit work, have identified Potential Audit Issues (the Matters), which refer to a shortfall of or about RMB2 bn between Sound Global’s cash balances at bank and that on Sound Global’s books as at 31 December 2014. The auditors have reported the Matters to the Ministry of Finance in Singapore. To ascertain the facts and the nature of the Matters, Sound Global’s independent review committee (the IRC) will engage an independent professional firm with competent experience and expertise in corporate investigations (the Reviewer) for the review of the Matters. It i s expected that the engagement of the Reviewer will be confirmed by early next week and the first draft of the report on the findings of the review will be available around mid-May 2015