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    International Entertainment appoints new CFO

    International Entertainment said Li Shui Keung ceased to be chief financial officer with effect from Oct. 22.

    IEC shuffles board, appoints new CEO

    HK-listed gaming and entertainment firm, International Entertainment Corp. (IEC) has announced the appointment of Mr. Zhang Yan Min as chief executive officer, according to a filing from the operator on Friday. Mr. Zhang has been serving as the executive director of the company since May 2017. He has over 28 years’ experiences in commercial development, […]

    International Entertainment loss widened by 61 percent

    Hong Kong-listed gaming and entertainment firm, International Entertainment Corp. recorded a widened loss of HK$67.3 million (US$8.6 million) for the year ended March 31, 2018. In an earlier filing, International Entertainment sai the loss was mainly due to a fair value loss of its investment properties, among other things. Revenue for the year increased slightly […]

    IEC expects HK$75 million loss for FY18

    Hong Kong-listed gaming and entertainment firm, International Entertainment Corp. says it is expecting to record a loss of “not more than” HK$75 million (US$9.6 million) for the year ended March 31, 2018. The loss is widened from a loss of HK$41.8 million in the prior year. IEC said the expected loss was mainly due to […]

    International Ent to operate events under PokerStars name

    HK-listed International Entertainment Corp has recently inked a deal with The Stars Group to host poker tournaments and live events under the PokerStars name in Asia. In a filing to the HKEX, International Entertainment said the new agreement will allow the company to diversify the business of the group, whilst maintaining the group’s core business […]

    International Entertainment profit hit by competition

    International Entertainment, which leases hotel premises to casinos in the Philippines, said its fiscal 2015 profit had been hit by increasing competition, despite growth in tourism in the country. Revenue fell 5.9 percent to HK$366.8 million ($47.3 million). Hotel operations and the leasing of properties contributed approximately 36 percent and 64 percent, respectively, to group […]
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