China has clear rules on shipping capital outside of the mainland market but one of the great mysteries of the country’s outbound investment drama is how these rules don’t seem to apply to neighbouring Hong Kong, as witnessed in a… Read More>>
Australia is closing in on the United States to become the primary destination for Chinese offshore capital as domestic regulation forces Chinese investors diversify their strategies.
Australia is the second largest recipient of Chinese overseas capital after the United States,… Read More>>
The US federal government has given the green light for Beijing-based real estate investor China Oceanwide Holdings Group to take over American insurer Genworth Financial, nearly 20 months after the $3.8 billion deal was first announced.
The approval by the… Read More>>
China’s overseas acquisition drive has suffered another blow amid scrutiny by foreign regulators, with the Canadian government rejecting the proposed $1.2 billion acquisition of Aecon Group, one of Canada’s largest builders, by state-owned CCCC International Holding Limited (CCCI).
Canada’s national… Read More>>
HNA Group has the highest interest expenses among Asian companies in the financial year of 2017, even topping Japanese conglomerate Softbank Group, according to a Bloomberg report. To address a debt crisis triggered by its recent two-year acquisition binge the… Read More>>
Beijing Zhaotai Group is poised to make its first foray into the British property market, as the mainland developer is in talks to buy a prime City of London commercial building for £145 million ($204 million), according to a report.
Country Garden, China’s biggest developer by contracted sales, has made its British debut by buying up a 785-home project in east London for a reported £80 million ($112 million), in a rare recent acquisition of a UK development site by… Read More>>
Fosun International has acquired a 5.11 percent stake worth $65 million in US senior housing operator Brookdale Senior Living, according to a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Through the investment, the Shanghai-based conglomerate replaces Blackrock as the… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda’s story in the last year has been a cascade of woe as the one-time world-beating investor has sold off projects in the UK, Australia and China due to a mix of regulatory and financial pressures.
However, a recently… Read More>>
CEFC China Energy emerged from obscurity to buy up a horde of overseas assets from energy firms to European real estate. Now the ambitious but secretive mainland conglomerate is in trouble.
The head of CEFC has reportedly been detained for… Read More>>