China Resources Land Limited announced in a stock exchange statement on January 31st that it would issue $3.9 billion in offshore bonds, following in the footsteps of 14 other Chinese developers that issued a total of $8.6 billion worth of… Read More>>
Chinese Estates Holding director Kimbee Chan Hoi-wan and members of her husband Joseph Lau’s family purchased a third of $3 billion in senior unsecured bonds issued by China Evergrande Group late last month, swelling the clan’s portfolio of the top-three mainland… Read More>>
A unit of mainland conglomerate Poly Group has agreed to provide a HK$70 million ($8.92 million) transitional loan to insolvent Hong Kong construction and real estate firm Hsin Chong Group, as well as to invest at least another HK$1.56 billion… Read More>>
Gaw Capital Partners has closed on the acquisition of Robinson 77, an office building in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar area, from a fund managed by CLSA Capital Partners, according to sources familiar with the transaction who spoke with Mingtiandi.
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Chinese financial giant Ping An has increased its stake in top ten mainland builder China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) to 25.25 percent, less than seven months after it acquired nearly one fifth of the group to become its second largest… Read More>>
China’s government reduced growth in real estate loans in to 20 percent in 2018 compared to the previous year, as regulators attempt to stave off a potential property bubble by cracking down on illicit lending and vowing to push funding… Read More>>
China Evergrande Group, the mainland’s most indebted developer, announced on Tuesday that it will conduct a further international offering of $3 billion in senior notes in what has been Asia’s biggest offshore high-yield bond sale so far this year.
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Singaporean real estate private equity manager Alpha Investment Partners has announced the $1.1 billion final closing of its Alpha Asia Macro Trends Fund (AAMTF) III, its third pan-Asian value-add vehicle.
Having already invested in projects in Shanghai, Tokyo and Brisbane,… Read More>>
Just over two years after being acquired by a consortium of Chinese investors, UK data centre developer Global Switch is preparing for a stock market listing in Hong Kong later this year that could value it at more than £9… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand announced early Monday that it had agreed to buy a controlling stake owned by Temasek Holdings in fellow government-backed developer Ascendas-Singbridge in a deal which would value the target company at S$11 billion ($8.13 billion).
CapitaLand has agreed… Read More>>