This week Mingtiandi’s collection of people moves from around the region brings you a top-level executive change at a mainland developer, as well as a new managing director at China’s biggest real estate debtor. Also making human resources headlines is… Read More>>
Savills tops Mingtiandi’s deal charts for the third time running, after reportedly linking up with First Group in the Hong Kong developer’s HK$640 million ($83 million) purchase of a commercial site in New Kowloon – right next door to a… Read More>>
A mainland real estate princess stepped up to queen this week as 31-year-old Chu Kut Yung was named Chairman of Hopson International Development Holdings, according to a stock exchange announcement on Monday.
Chu, whose name in Mandarin is Zhu Jurong,… Read More>>
Mainland China developer Hopson Development Holdings is poised to make its first overseas acquisition after agreeing to buy a stalled residential project in New York for $113.5 million, according to a company announcement to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
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A joint venture led by real estate investment manager AEW has purchased a 21-storey office tower in Beijing for a total compensation of RMB 4.5 billion ($654 million), according to sources familiar with the transaction who spoke with Mingtiandi.
AEW joined… Read More>>
Hotel and logistics professionals dominate our list of who’s secured a new job in the region, as senior level players from Intercontinental Hotels, Goodman and Ping An make an appearance, and there’s even a place for an executive formerly in… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, China’s top developer by sales, along with a mid-league peer, have hit a wall in their attempts to issue yuan-denominated corporate bonds, as mainland authorities continue to clamp down on leverage in the property sector. Meanwhile, a… Read More>>
A joint venture invested by Hopson Development and mainland asset manager, BMI Funds Ltd, has agreed to sell a Beijing office tower for RMB 3.67 billion ($552.6 million), according to an announcement by the Hong Kong-listed mainland developer.
Hopson, which holds… Read More>>
During the last few weeks Dalian Wanda Group has announced the sale of more than $9.3 billion of its domestic hotel and tourism projects as the property developer controlled by billionaire Wang Jianlin struggles with a mountain of debt and… Read More>>
This week brings lots of movements on the capital markets front as JLL’s former head of investment deals for SE Asia starts his own shop, C&W brings in a veteran asset manager, and a veteran politician may have jumped to… Read More>>