In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, big-name Hong Kong developers dangle deep discounts to lure buyers to new projects, and Alibaba’s Cainiao logistics arm replaces one of the banks preparing its IPO. Also making the list is a Greystar… Read More>>
Top level moves at European and Asian fund managers lead this week’s list of personnel changes from around Asia Pacific with a Gaw Capital veteran taking on a new role with a CITIC affiliate, DWS naming new regional leadership and… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China Evergrande struggles to win creditor support for a debt restructuring framework ahead of a self-imposed March deadline, and HSBC’s move towards open-plan desks irks Hong Kong bankers.
Evergrande Fails… Read More>>
The Hong Kong unit of China’s CITIC Group has picked up a 41,763 square foot (3,880 square metre) residential site in Hong Kong’s New Territories through a government land sale with a lowball bid of of HK$1.1 billion ($140.6 million),… Read More>>
Kaisa Group, the second-largest US dollar bond issuer among Chinese property developers after China Evergrande, appears to have found its white knight.
State-run Chinese conglomerate CITIC, a main creditor of the cash-strapped developer, has taken over stakes in five Kaisa… Read More>>
A joint venture between developer HKR International (HKRI) and CITIC Pacific is planning to add a nineteenth phase to their master-planned Discovery Bay project on Lantau Island by investing HK$15 billion ($1.9 billion) to build 1,400 new homes.
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GDS Holdings has set up a RMB 2.6 billion ($371 million) joint venture with a private fund management unit of state-run investment firm CITIC to develop a new data centre in suburban Beijing, as the mainland server facility specialist ramps… Read More>>
A Hong Kong residential site leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a Chinese state-backed conglomerate has paid $410 million for the plot in the Asian financial hub. Meanwhile, back on… Read More>>
Chinese financial conglomerate CITIC Group has inaugurated Beijing’s tallest skyscraper, formally known as the CITIC Tower, eight years after breaking ground.
At 528 metres (1,732 feet) tall, and commonly known as China Zun, the skyscraper rises above its closest rival… Read More>>
China’s property innovators are hitting the headlines again this month as a property marketing and management platform tied to one of the country’s biggest investment conglomerates is reported to have defaulted on its financial commitments.
A long-term rental housing business operated… Read More>>