A picture of a black hole brushes the screen, so that visual China is involved in the whirlpool of public opinion.
With the fermentation of the event, some netizens picked it out, and even the copyright of the national flag and emblem belonged to Visual China. The official micro-blog of the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League directly asks: Is the copyright of the national flag and emblem also yours?
In response, Visual China responded on Weibo this evening: Visual China website reported by netizens about irregular pictures of the national flag, national emblem and so on. After checking the picture, it was provided by the contracted contributors of Visual China. Visual China, as a platform, has the responsibility of lax auditing. I apologize for this! We have offline the non-conforming pictures, and will continue to strengthen the auditing in accordance with relevant laws and regulations to avoid similar situations.
But this explanation did not calm the public opinion. The Associated Press found that not only Baidu, Suning, Phoenix and other companies indicated on their microblogs that the copyright of their trademarks had been given to Visual China, but also lawyers reported that Visual China was suspected of infringing artistsportrait rights.
Visual China, besieged, once again raises questions about its business model. It is worth noting that at this critical time, Visual China is also facing a huge lifting of the ban.
Data show that on April 12, 388 million restricted shares will be listed and circulated in Visual China, accounting for 55.39% of the companys total equity. At the closing price of 28 yuan per share of listed companies today, the market value of lifting the ban is over 10 billion yuan.
The lifting of the ban is a directional additional share issued by Visual Chinas Backdoor Far East Shares five years ago. At that time, the fixed additional issuance price was about 5.27 yuan per share. No transfer of shares was implemented during the five years. The lifting shareholders include Wu Chunhong (979.126 million shares), Liao Daoxun (89.1613 million shares), Wu Yurui (89.1613 million shares), Chai Jijun (49.762 million shares), Jiang Hailin (30.611 million shares) and Chen Zhihua.uff08 14838,800 shares, Yuan Chuang (695,69,000 shares), Li Xueling (611,577,000 shares), Gao Wei (305,790 shares), Liang Shiping (471,200 shares).
248 funds hold 132 million shares
As the largest copyright trading platform for visual materials in China, the performance of visual China is growing rapidly. According to the financial report, the revenue of Visual China in the first three quarters of 2018 was 700 million yuan, an increase of 21% compared with the same period last year, and the net profit was 220 million yuan, an increase of 35% compared with the same period last year. The revenue of the core business Visual Content and Services was 570 million yuan, an increase of 34% compared with the same period last year, accounting for 82% of the total revenue.
At the same time, Visual China is also very popular with institutions.
According to Wind data, by the end of 2018, the total number of institutional shares was 132,228,800, of which 13,183,322,000 were held by the fund, accounting for 42.46% of the current shares. A total of 248 funds appear on the list of institutional investors in Visual China, which belong to 72 fund companies, according to the FINA.
In terms of the number of shares held, 32 of them are over one million shares, accounting for 12.90%; 2 of them are over ten million shares. They have 13.3769 million shares and 12 million shares respectively, and flexibly allocate hybrid securities investment funds and Boshi theme industry hybrid securities investment funds (LOFs) for the new vitality of BOC Schroeder. As of the end of the third quarter of 2018, FBI Schroeder had 13.376.9 million shares in its new vitality and flexible allocation, ranking as the seventh largest shareholder in visual China and the first largest circulating shareholder, accounting for 1.91% of the total equity.
According to the proportion of shareholding, there are 10 shareholders with more than 1% of the circulating shares and 2 shareholders with more than 3% of the circulating shares.
In terms of the number of fund companies merged, the largest number of shares held by Jiaobin Schroder Fund Management Co., Ltd. is 46.569 million shares, accounting for 15% of the circulating A shares. Then came Boshi Fund and Hong De Fund, which held 17.09.34 million shares and 10.214 million shares respectively. The former accounted for 5.51% of the current shares, while the latter accounted for 3.29%.
The Bank of Agriculture Huili Fund holds the largest number of funds in Visual China, up to 15, and the Bank of China Fund also has 13.
In terms of the proportion of net assets held by a single fund, more than 5% of them have the theme of China Finance Internet of Things (8.74%), the flexible allocation of new vitality (7.46%), the competitive advantage of China Finance (7.33%), the core growth of China Finance (6.57%), the regular payment double interest balance (6.42%), Hong De Hong Hui (6.26%) and Hong De Hong Fu Mixed a (6.22%). Eleven funds, including Hong De Hong Fu Mixed C (6.22%), Hong De Hong Xin Mixed C (6.02%), Merchants, Sports, Culture and Leisure Stock Fund (5.38%) and Bank of Communications New Growth Mixed C (5.19%).
Source: Responsible Editor of the Financial Associations: Li Wan_B11284