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China's house of cards: Evergrande threatens wider real estate market

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    Just wonder is there related stock or ETF for real estate/financial on US market. Personally I do real estate research, I think the crush of China real estate market is just at the beginning. When evergrande have problem, smaller developers surely in bigger trouble. Some local government trying to limit developers cannot lower thier price for over 15%. This create another problem developers cannot sell and no cash flow to pay for construction and bank. Chinese real estate developers borrow with extremely heavy leverage, often debts are 2 or 3 times or even more then thier company value. There is no way they can pay when they are not selling units. Bank cannot cash out those unfinished units too, no developers will able to buy those projects. China been trying to keep the party going for years, and the bubble got larger and larger, this time likely they can't avoid it again.   submitted by   /u/Artuhanzo [link]   [comments]
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  2. China Evergrande woes raise worries for real estate, finance sectors in China (15/09/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  3. Any companies trying to disrupt the real estate brokage market in the US? (27/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  4. To the more experienced folks here: How much were the informed retail investors aware of the impact of Bear Stearns bankruptcy back in 2008? (16/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  5. Evergrande Effect on Chinese Banking System - Bank of China Example (15/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  6. Evergrande EV Unit Loses $80 Billion in World’s Worst Stock Rout (26/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  7. Evergrande Effect on Chinese Banking System - Bank of China Example (15/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  27. Where will Evergrande Life Insurance go amid Evergrande’s crisis? (16/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    On August 31, China Evergrande Group, which has been deeply in debt, released a semi-annual report. As of the end of June, Evergrande’s interest-bearing liabilities fell by about 300 billion yuan from March last year, and the net debt ratio fell below 100%. But on June 30, 2021, Evergrande borrowed 571.8 billion yuan, of which debt due within one year was as high as 240 billion yuan. Before the release of the semi-annual report, Evergrande had tried its best to sell assets and restored more than 14 billion yuan of funds. The specific assets sold include Hengteng Network, Shengjing Bank, Evergrande Bingquan, and 5 real estate project equity and non-core assets, etc. On August 17, according to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System, Xu Jiayin resigned as chairman of Evergrande Real Estate, and Ke Peng no longer served as general manager of Evergrande Real Estate. In the capital market, Evergrande’s stocks plummeted across the board. In fact, as a Fortune 500 conglomerate, in addition to its expertise in real estate, Evergrande’s business sector involves finance, health, tourism, sports and many other aspects. Today we will talk about Evergrande Life. Evergrande Life, where Evergrande’s "Insurance Dream" began The predecessor of Evergrande Life, Zhongxin Grand Oriental Person's life Insurance Co., Ltd. was established in 2006 by a joint venture between Chongqing Real Estate Group and Singapore-based insurance company Great Eastern Life. It is a national life insurance company. In 2015, the company’s two major state-owned shareholders, Chongqing Real Estate Group and Chongqing Urban Construction Investment Company, transferred 50% of the equity at a listing price of 1.603 billion yuan. In the end, Evergrande Real Estate Group (Nanchang) Co., Ltd. won the bid for 3.939 billion yuan. It was 2.5 times the listed price. When Evergrande took over, according to the disclosed 2014 financial report data, Zhongxin Grand Oriental Person's life Insurance had total assets of 3.24 billion yuan and liabilities of 2.655 billion yuan. At the same time, due to the high cancellation rate and compensation fees, the net loss in 2014 was 48.21 million yuan. According to a news report, in 2014, its recorded premium income was 834 million yuan, ranking 44th among 65 life insurance companies and 75th among 115 insurance companies. It can be seen that, whether in business scale or performance, Zhongxin Grand Oriental could not be a good choice. However, for the outside world, establishing Evergrande Life was a landmark move for Evergrande to enter the financial industry. Universal insurance is not a good choice for maintaining growth in the long run According to the conditions of equity listing and transfer, before December 31, 2018, the scale of assets of Zhongxin Grand Oriental should reach more than 100 billion yuan. In order to achieve this goal, Evergrande Life rapidly expanded the scale of universal insurance business. Evergrande Life's insurance business income and asset scale both ushered in rapid growth. From 2016 to 2020, Evergrande Life achieved insurance business income of 3.47 billion yuan, 28.101 billion yuan, 32.372 billion yuan, 42.023 billion yuan and 60.329 billion yuan respectively. The asset scale increased rapidly from 20.1 billion yuan in 2015 to 73.138 billion yuan in 2016. From 2017 to 2020, Evergrande Life's assets were 103.843 billion yuan, 120.232 billion yuan, 188.551 billion yuan, and 241.542 billion yuan. Earlier than the agreed time, Evergrande Life had achieved its asset scale of over 100 billion in 2017. Corresponding to the expansion of the universal insurance business scale, Evergrande Life's investment income has also achieved high growth. In 2015, Evergrande Life’s investment income was only 202 million yuan, and from 2016 to 2020, Evergrande Life’s investment income surged to 5.338 billion yuan, 7.208 billion yuan, 8.369 billion yuan, 8.487 billion yuan, and 10.364 billion yuan. Although its performance and asset scale have gone up, Evergrande Life is not actually a "pure" life insurance company. On the one hand, although it is common to rely on universal insurance to increase the scale of premiums, it somewhat deviates from the nature of insurance that provides consumers with more comprehensive protection and better services. On the other hand, Evergrande Life's many large purchases in the secondary market cannot avoid being accused of disrupting the market. Excessive dependence on bancassurance channels is also an urgent problem for Evergrande Life Insurance. According to the data disclosed in its 2020 annual report, the main sales channels of the top 5 insurance products of Evergrande Life's original insurance premium income were bank agents. As a result, transformation has become the key word of Evergrande Life Insurance in the past two years. Compared with other life insurance companies, Evergrande Life currently has no obvious advantages in terms of individual insurance channels, product design, and claims services, and there is a long way to go. Evergrande Life’s connections with Evergrande’s real estate business Evergrande does not regret its decision to enter the insurance industry. On the one hand, when the insurance industry entered a period of rapid development, and the value of insurance licenses rose, many industry giants wanted to enter insurance industry. In addition to Internet giants such as Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent, which have advantages in traffic, the real estate industry, which has a high degree of matching with insurance in duration of funds, has also shown great enthusiasm for insurance. On the other hand, in Evergrande’s commercial landscape, insurance business is indeed an indispensable part. First of all, Evergrande’s years of deployment in the real estate field have prompted it to accumulate a large number of customer resources. Insurance can be used as an entry point for deep mining of user value. Secondly, just like the current logic of insurers seeking closer cooperation with real estate companies, the achievement of industrial synergy between insurance and real estate production capacity in the pension industry is of great significance to the cross-border development of both parties. What's more, another important part of Evergrande's industrial chain-medical care has long been deployed. In 2015, Evergrande Health, a subsidiary of Evergrande Group, was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Evergrande Health takes the development and construction of the Health and Wellness Valley project as the carrier and the membership system as the service model to provide services such as multi-level hierarchical medical care, high-precision health management, and diversified elderly care. According to its official website, in the development process, Evergrande Health has integrated domestic and foreign high-quality hospitals, nursing homes and other resources to create the largest health care community in China-Evergrande Health Valley. It is reported that at present Evergrande Health Valley has been deployed in 29 places across the country. Evergrande Health draws on the experience of mature large-scale elderly care communities in foreign countries such as Sun City in the United States, and provides service systems such as medical and nursing integration, professional nursing, and home care for the elderly. In addition, Evergrande Health has integrated domestic and foreign insurance resources, intending to establish a high-value protection system for all age groups and customize exclusive insurance for the elderly under the age of 100. Therefore, from the perspective of business collaboration, Evergrande's desire to enter the insurance field is obviously strong. Health management services are also the main business segment of Evergrande Health. In this section, Evergrande Health extends the medical network to the community, integrates high-quality medical resources such as talents and equipment from various places, and provides users with community medical and health services including basic diagnosis and treatment, health check-ups, and chronic disease management. The word "community" has closely linked Evergrande Health and Evergrande Real Estate. According to the information disclosed in its 2019 financial report, Evergrande Health's 2019 revenue was 5.636 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 79.88%. Among them, the reason for the substantial increase in the turnover of the health management segment is that the income of "Evergrande Health Valley" was 4.94847 billion yuan, an increase of 58.38%. Whether it is for market competition or its own business development needs, Evergrande’s entry into insurance is always on the line. From the above introduction, it is not difficult to find that Evergrande’s vision for insurance, health management and other businesses constitutes a large framework system. But at present, this ideal is still to be realized.   submitted by   /u/InsurViewChina [link]   [comments]
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