In early April, some of mainland China’s largest real estate developers continue to issue new dollar bonds as a spring sales recovery boosts demand for cash. Both Evergrande and Sunac made the headlines with their sales of $2 billion and… Read More>>
Our new year starts out with signs of struggle for a private equity unit of one of China’s biggest finance groups, as media reports emerge that China Minsheng Investment Group, the parent firm of Hong Kong-listed developer SRE Group, has… Read More>>
Mainland China’s top real estate developers have seen a bountiful year despite a downtrend in the past three months, with 26 developers reporting contracted sales exceeding RMB 100 billion ($15.5 billion) through the first 11 months of the year.
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Top 20 mainland Chinese developer R&F Properties has asked shareholders to approve a HK$10.7 billion ($1.4 billion) sale of Hong Kong-listed shares, in its first equity fundraising effort since 2006.
The planned issue of H-shares comes two months after the… Read More>>
Goldman Sachs-backed co-working provider Atlas on Friday announced that it has completed a new round of financing which values the Guangzhou-based firm at HK$6.8 billion ($871 million) following completion of the investment.
The flexible workplace provider founded by Chen Sze… Read More>>
Top 20 mainland developer R&F Property had a RMB 6 billion corporate bond plan officially terminated by the Shanghai Exchange last week, despite a trend toward mainland regulators re-opening domestic bond issues for real estate companies.
The canceled notes, which… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, Guangzhou-based developer R&F Property has started work on the first phase of a large-scale regeneration project in suburban Melbourne that could bring up to 1,450 homes to the market. Also in the news, China has unveiled the… Read More>>
Guangzhou R&F Properties, the white knight which bought out 70 Dalian Wanda hotels when Wang Jianlin’s commercial developer hit the wall financially, is now officially the partner of another embattled Chinese conglomerate. The Guangdong-based developer announced on Friday that it… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Group is saying goodbye to its partnerships with foreign hotel operators as the Chinese conglomerate continues its quest to build the first globally recognised Chinese premium hotel brand.
While the company has been forced to abandon its attempts… Read More>>
Singapore’s case of collective sales fever continues to grip the Southeast Asian financial hub, as yet another record-breaking housing site headed towards the market, with this one potentially yielding up to 1,500 homes. Also in the news this weekend, Dalian… Read More>>