The asset management arm of Korean financial services giant KB Financial Group has completed its KRW 850 billion ($630 million) purchase of the Samsung SDS Tower in Seoul, according to a statement by property consultancy Colliers, in Asia’s second largest… Read More>>
Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan among the top five sources of cross border global capital: Colliers
In our latest report Global Capital Markets: Insights and Outlook – Global Capital Flows, Singapore tops the list of biggest global spenders so… Read More>>
The resignation of a veteran Hong Kong executive from a trio of directorships leads this week’s review of personnel moves from around the region, with leadership changes at Keppel Infrastructure Trust and Shenzhen’s Logan Group also making the list.
Canadian property consultancy Avison Young has entered the Vietnam market, linking up with an existing 100-person team formerly affiliated with fellow Toronto-based company Colliers.
In an announcement this past week Avison Young said it had hung out its signboard on… Read More>>
A Hong Kong retail tower seized from distressed mainland developer Golden Wheel Tiandi Holdings has been put up for tender in the latest case of a sale by receivers in the Asian financial capital.
Colliers was appointed by the property’s… Read More>>
Hong Kong office occupiers have identified the city’s economic outlook and a potential global recession as two of the most important factors having an impact on their business, according to a Colliers survey.
In the poll of 321 occupiers, 43… Read More>>
Top level changes at a pair of Hong Kong-listed real estate companies top this week’s roundup of personnel moves from around Asia Pacific, with a REIT of mainland logistics properties naming a new chairman and a local developer saying farewell… Read More>>
New leadership for Lendlease’s SGX-listed REIT leads this week’s collection of personnel updates around Asia, with top level moves at US fund manager AEW and the asset management affiliate of Germany’s Deutsche Bank also making the list.
In Asia Pacific Melbourne and Tokyo stand out on the path to value stability and recovery along with Copenhagen, Toronto and San Francisco at the global level.
Colliers’ latest Global Insights & Outlook – Office Report finds that varying… Read More>>
Investment in Singapore real estate plunged to a two-year low in the second quarter, falling S$3.8 billion ($2.86 billion) after dropping 50 percent from the S$7.6 billion recorded a year ago as big ticket deals dried up.
Last quarter’s total… Read More>>