A promotion at a Singapore-based fund manager leads this week’s roundup of personnel moves in Asia Pacific’s real estate industry, followed by a top level change at Joseph Lau’s Chinese Estates in Hong Kong. Also making the list are new… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a Minnesota pension manager follows through on a planned commitment to an Angelo Gordon real estate fund, and Chinese home rental platform Ziroom reportedly mulls raising $1 billion from a Hong Kong IPO.
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, investors fret over billions in expected losses on Chinese developers’ offshore bonds, Shenzhen-based Logan Group’s shares nosedive as trading resumes on the Hong Kong stock exchange, and Ping An Insurance defends its call… Read More>>
Asia’s roiling markets may have capsized an IPO expected to be among the biggest this year as reports emerge that PAG is backing away from its plan for a public listing. Also in the news, China Huarong Asset Management warns… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Joseph Lau’s Chinese Estates suffers a full-year loss tied to its Evergrande investments, a Singapore condo complex goes back on the market following Hong Kong developer Shun Tak’s exit from the deal, and… Read More>>
Six property multibillionaires among the richest Hong Kongers remain unfazed by pandemic headwinds, with their $142.2 billion in cumulative wealth accounting for as much as 72 percent of the total fortunes of the city’s top 10, according to Forbes’ latest… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Shimao’s shares jump on reports that the troubled developer is selling all of its projects, the chairman of one of China’s biggest insurers is under investigation for corruption, and Joseph Lau’s Chinese Estates… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Shimao is the latest mainland developer to be hit with downgrades by key ratings agencies, shareholders baulk at Joseph Lau’s privatisation offer for Chinese Estates, and Singapore’s CDL acquires a residential development site… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, the chairman of beleaguered developer China Fortune Land Development, Wang Wenxue, shakes off his firm’s debt woes with a little retail therapy, acquiring a Florida shopping mall through a private company he controls…. Read More>>
Property tycoon Joseph Lau plans to take his Hong Kong-listed Chinese Estates Holdings private, looking to salvage what remains of the loss-making, largely inactive firm after its ill-fated investment in fellow developer China Evergrande Group.
A company owned by Lau’s… Read More>>