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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. When was China Renaissance founded and when did it become a public company?
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China Renaissance Holdings Limited (“China Renaissance”) began trading on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (“SEHK”) on September 27, 2018. The company was founded in 2005.
Q. On what exchange does China Renaissance trade and what is its ticker symbol?
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China Renaissance trades on the main board of the SEHK under the stock code 1911.
Q. What is China Renaissance’s financial year?
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China Renaissance’s financial year runs from January 1 through December 31 each year.
Q. What is the composition of China Renaissance’s Board of Directors?
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China Renaissance’s Board of Directors comprises nine directors, including three executive directors, three non-executive directors and three independent non-executive directors. See our Corporate Governance section for more information.
Q. How can I obtain the current China Renaissance stock price?
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A 15-minute delayed price and other information regarding China Renaissance are provided in our Stock Quote section.
Q. Whom should I contact with enquiries regarding my shareholding, such as transfer of shares, change of name or address, or loss of stock certificate(s) or dividend checks?
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If you are a registered shareholder, please contact China Renaissance’s share registrar. If you own shares through a brokerage firm, please contact the firm directly.
Q. When is China Renaissance’s next financial report?
Q. When is China Renaissance’s Annual General Meeting?
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We will announce the date and time of the 2019 Annual General Meeting when we file our notice with the SEHK.
Q: What is China Renaissance’s dividend policy?
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China Renaissance currently does not pay a regular dividend as we intend to retain earnings to finance growth initiatives and invest in our business. Future changes to this policy are subject to board deliberation and will take into consideration a range of factors, including the macro environment, our financial performance, capital requirements and surplus as well as future investment plans.