HONG KONG (Reuters) – Chairman Hui Ka Yan’s stake in China Evergrande Group fell from 61.88% to 59.78% from 61.88%, Hong Kong stock exchange filings show. a forced sale by a third party who pledged shares.
The number of shares involved was 277.8 million, worth approximately HK$492 million ($63.08 million) based on Friday’s closing price of shares of HK$1.77.
The price drop was the result of steps taken December 6-9 to enforce a “security interest” on the stock, the filing said.
Reuters could not immediately identify the entity that sold the pledged shares.
Ratings agency Fitch downgraded Evergrande, which has more than $300 billion in debt, to “limited defaults” on Thursday, after the developer missed a deadline this week for payments. coupon payments totaling $82.5 million.
(1 dollar = 7,8001 Hong Kong dollars)
(Reporting by Clare Jim; editing by Kevin Liffey and Jason Neely)
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