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  • CPPIB invests 678 million in Chinese bank

    TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it is investing about $678 million in the common equity of Postal Savings Bank of China.PSBC is one of the largest retail banks in China with more than 400 million retail customers and nearly 40,000 branches.It is China’s largest bank by customers and distribution network and is the sixth largest bank by total assets in China.Other strategic investors, including global banks and Chinese Internet companies, are investing alongside CPPIB.Canada Pension Plan Investment Board consortium agrees to US$4.6-billion deal to acquire PetCoA peek inside the costs of running the CPPIB: They are growing quickly“We welcome the opportunity to invest in Postal Savings Bank of China as it is a business that is well suited to CPPIB’s long-term investment horizon,” said CPPIB president and CEO Mark Wiseman.“China is an important market for a long-term investor like CPPIB and we view this investment as a great opportunity to work alongside a highly respected financial institution to participate in the future growth and rising consumption patterns of the Chinese population.”The CPPIB invests funds not needed by the Canada Pension Plan and had $272.9 billion invested as of Sept. 30, 2015. read more

  • SG Flensburg wins in Denmark – THW Kiel beat Wisla Plock

    1. THW Kiel7601214:191(23)12 German SG Flensburg made a big step to the two leading position at the end of the Preliminary Group at VELUX EHF CL by win in Denmark against Aalborg 27:26.Aalborg Handball – SG Flensburg-Handewitt 26:27 (13:14)Aalborg Handball: Kappelin (21/2 saves) – Pedersen, Slundt (4), Krejberg, Tvedten (6/1), Hald, Bagersted (3), Mensah Larsen (4), Mork, Bugge (2), Jakobsson (6), C. Jensen (1), Barud, HolmenSG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (15 saves) – Karlsson, Nenadic (6), Eggert, Glandorf (7), Mogensen (7), Svan (1), Weinhold (1(1), Wanne (1), Gustafsson (1), Radivojevic, Knudsen (3)Result: 1:1 (3.), 2:3 (7.), 4:4 (10.), 8:4 (15.), 9:5 (16.), 10:6 (17.), 10:9 (20.), 11:11 (23.), 13:12 (27.) – 15:14 (32.), 16:15 (33.), 16:18 (35.), 17:20 (41.), 19:21 (44.), 19:23 (47.), 20:24 (49.), 21:25 (52.), 24:25 (55.), 26:26 (59.)STANDINGS: 2. SG Flensburg-Handewitt7511216:199(17)11 6. HK DROTT Halmstad7016206:258(-52)1 1. HSV Hamburg7601231:193(38)12 5. Naturhouse La Rioja7124204:226(-22)4 THW Kiel used the chance to get back to the first place in the Group with win over Polish Orlen Wisla Plock 34:25 (16:11).THW: Sjostrand, Palicka – Sigurdsson 2, Sprenger 3, Ekberg 1, Klein 2, Toft Hansen 3, Wiencek 1, Zeitz 1, Jallouz 1, Palmarsson 8, Jicha 6/4, Vujin 6.Wisła: Sego, Wichary – Wiśniewski 3, Zrnić, Góralski, Nikcević 1, Kwiatkowski, Toromanović 4, Nenadić 9/2, Kavas 2, Piechowski, Lijewski 5, Eklemović 1, Milas.STANDINGS: 6. Dunkerque HB Grand Littora…7106163:185(-22)2 3. Aalborg Handball7403209:184(25)8 2. KIF Kolding Kobenhavn7502173:165(8)10 3. KS Vive Targi Kielce7403206:188(18)8 4. RK Gorenje Velenje7304227:233(-6)6 5. FC Porto Vitalis7205161:188(-27)4 4. Orlen Wisla Plock7304188:188(0)6 ← Previous Story Carlos Ortega after Russians: I am not satisfied with attack Next Story → Berlin to host the 2014 EHF Cup Finals! aalborghandballSG FlensburgTHW KielWisla Plock read more