Which Chinese firms have the most stocks?
An article published in The Globe and Mail has provided some context on the Chinese market and the super-wealthy who hold stocks.
The article looks at a handful of super-rich Chinese families with big holdings of Apple, Disney, and other tech stocks.
It also takes a look at how much they invest in their companies.
Here are some of the biggest holdings:The family of Zhang Baochu, a billionaire with an Apple stock portfolio worth $1.4 billion, has a $300 million stake in Facebook, and owns the company’s Chinese smartphone maker.
The family owns stakes in Tencent, China’s largest e-commerce company, and ZTE, a phone maker that’s been in business for decades in the country.
The family also owns stakes on two other Chinese internet firms: Tencent.cn and Tencent Telecom.
Both have been owned by the family since 2011.
The ZTE family also controls a stake in Tenant.cn, a digital platform used by tenants to rent space to tenants.
Zhang’s wife, Chen Yu, owns a $500 million stake and has an Apple share price of $7.75.
The couple also owns shares in the company that develops the Apple Watch, a device that is already available in China.
The Zhaohui family has a large stake in Alibaba, the Chinese e-tailer, with a $1 billion stake.
The two have also invested in several other Chinese ecommerce companies, including Zhaodong, a mobile payments platform.
The Zhu family has an ownership stake in Baidu, the leading search engine in China, with an ownership value of $500.
The Zhu family owns a large share in China Mobile, China “mobile data provider,” a company that has been in operation since 2012.
The company also owns a stake of about 20 percent in the Alibaba Group, the world’s largest internet company, which has about 1.5 billion users in China alone.
The couple’s investments are worth $150 million each.
Their son, Zhang Xiaohua, owns about 30 percent of Baidui.com, a China-based company that operates its own internet-based platform, and another stake worth $20 million in Baojing, a Chinese internet service provider.
The Huashan family owns about $400 million in the Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd., with about 1,200 employees and more than 500,000 users in mainland China.
Huashans are also in the tech industry, owning stakes in Google and Microsoft, which together have about 3 million users.
The Han family, another big family, owns shares of Tencent Communications Co. and Tenant, a data storage company, along with a stake worth about $150,000.
The Han family also has stakes in Chinese social media platform Weibo, which is valued at $100 million.
The Jin family owns an investment in Alibaba Group Holdings, China, worth $500,000, along a stake valued at about $20,000 in Baoshen.
The Jin family also runs the Chinese online gambling portal Taobao, worth about half a billion yuan ($2 billion).
The Jiaxing family owns shares worth about 15 percent in Tenan.com and another $10 million in Zhaolong.
The Jiayun family has stakes of about 10 percent in Alibaba.com.
The Liu family owns around $50 million in Alibaba and its Alibaba subsidiary, Tencent Technology, a leading Chinese internet search company.
The Liu family also had stakes in WeChat, China ‘s biggest messaging service, and China Mobile Telecommunications, which offers cellular connectivity in many cities.