Markets avoid uncertainty and that aversion has been evident in Greater China this year as never before as the COVID-19 crisis disrupted the region’s economy and drove steep reductions in new leases and real estate investments during the first half… Read More>>
Fund managers and financiers lead this week’s roundup of employment news here on Mingtiandi with one of Korea’s largest pension investors extending the job of its chief investment officer for an additional year. With that news cheering up private equity… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s beleaguered Grade A office market continued to face rising vacancies and falling rents in August, although the emptying out of Central and other core districts of the city showed signs of slowing, according to a report released earlier… Read More>>
Board reshuffles at some of China’s largest developers lead this week’s collection of job changes in Asia Pacific, with Guangzhou R&F promoting a company veteran and Modern Land appointing a new non-executive director. There are also two senior-level shifts in… Read More>>
WeChat has already become a point of controversy in India and the US, but that hasn’t dissuaded the messaging app’s parent firm, Tencent from plotting regional expansion, with the Shenzhen-based tech giant announcing plans this week for a new regional… Read More>>
PGIM Real Estate has acquired a six-storey industrial building in Singapore’s Paya Lebar region for S$75 million ($55 million) the global real estate manager announced on 11 September, underlining the growing popularity of industrial assets with some of the world’s… Read More>>
Safe is sexy for real estate investors in Asia Pacific this year, according to the results of a survey released this month, with the region’s most stable markets becoming targets for managers of property funds targetting the region.
Japan now… Read More>>
New namecards are being given out in two of Asia’s primary financial hubs early this month as a set of veteran property professionals take on new roles, or decide to take some time off.
The Singapore government’s… Read More>>
The amount of office space leased in Hong Kong contracted for the twelfth straight month in July as a combination of economic uncertainty, public health emergencies and political tension kept tenants on the sidelines of the world’s most expensive real… Read More>>
Growing cooperation between real estate companies and technology firms is boosting adoption of technology in China’s property sector as demand grows for big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things solutions, according to a report published today by JLL.
A… Read More>>