Beijing Capital Group is a large scale state-owned enterprise under the State Owned Assets Supervision and Administrative Commission (SASAC) of the Beijing Municipal Government. Since its 1995 asset reorganization, Beijing Capital Group has established three core businesses:
(i) financial services and investments, particularly focusing on investment banking, private equity, loan guarantee, and mergers and acquisitions,
(ii) urban infrastructure development, particularly with respect to water treatment, environmental infrastructure and highway construction, and
(iii) real estate, particularly with respect to urban residential development and construction.
Among its various subsidiaries and business groups, Beijing Capital Group has six publicly listed subsidiaries on the Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges, in addition to the various portfolio companies of Beijing Capital Private Equity that have publicly listed.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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