The last working day in November sees one of Asia’s biggest homegrown private equity firms falling short in its bid to takeover a Hong Kong-listed REIT, while project owners in Singapore may be showing more confidence in the market as… Read More>>
Private equity firm PAG launched a HK$5.24 billion ($670.8 million) hostile takeover to acquire all the units it doesn’t already own of Hong Kong-listed Spring REIT on Monday, at a price of HK$4.85 per unit.
The announcement sent the Hong… Read More>>
Alternative investment firm PAG has reportedly made a profit of HK$600 million ($76.44 million) via its recent sale of a data centre in the Hong Kong industrial district of Kwai Chung, less than three years after purchasing the property.
Having… Read More>>
Cushman & Wakefield, the globe-straddling property brokerage and services giant, on June 20th filed for an initial public offering (IPO) with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, which could value the company at over $5 billion, according to sources cited… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, after snapping up the Butterfly on Waterfront Hotel in Sai Ying Pun, billionaire Edwin Leong’s Tai Hung Fai Enterprise is bidding for more sites on the same block to pave the way for… Read More>>
Hong Kong-based alternative investment firm PAG is planning a new Asia buyout fund with a target of $6 billion, according to a Reuters account citing people with knowledge of the plan. PAG has reportedly started canvassing investors about the vehicle… Read More>>
US alternative investment giant Blackstone announced today that it has acquired a minority stake in Hong Kong-based private equity firm PAG for an undisclosed sum.
The deal between Stephen Schwarzman’s 33-year-old investment firm and its new Asian-focused partner expands Blackstone’s… Read More>>
A group of investors led by Hong Kong-based Asia Pacific Land have sold the Shiba Park Building, once Japan’s most expensive en bloc asset, for a reported 150 billion yen ($1.4 billion), according to Tokyo-based brokerage Japan Property Central.
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Nine months after attempting to sell off a Cheung Sha Wan building by public tender, Hanison Construction surprised the market with the HK$800 million ($102 million) sale of a 50 percent stake in the PeakCastle commercial building in Hong Kong.
What was once the site of one of Asia’s most challenging airports is rapidly turning into a lifesaver for China’s debt-addled HNA Group after the mainland conglomerate announced a deal yesterday that could provide it with a loan of as… Read More>>