Chinese insurers’ $15 billion overseas real estate shopping spree may go on the endangered list, as the country’s insurance regulator reprimanded three major insurers for illicit cross-border investments Saturday. The move is part of the regulator’s efforts in reining in… Read More>>
At the top of today’s news, the co-chairman of Chinese super-investor/debtor HNA Group claims that the company is a victim of a plot by dastardly reactionary forces. And speaking of cross-border investment, a premium condo tower in San Francisco backed… Read More>>
China’s Ping An Insurance Group and Landsea Group have become the latest mainland investors to wager on the country’s emerging rental housing market, as steep home prices in major cities fuel enthusiasm for the asset class.
Ping An Real Estate,… Read More>>
Chinese financial services giant Ping An is pushing further into the Australian property market through a $1 billion joint venture with Lendlease and Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi, according to a statement late last week by the Aussie real estate developer.
Shenzhen-based… Read More>>
China may be celebrating the moon festival, but the real estate market refuses to take a break over this lunar holiday. A new study finds Hong Kong office space is still the most expensive in the world, and IKEA reveals… Read More>>
Ping An Insurance is already one of China’s biggest cross-border buyers of real estate, but the mainland financial giant now says it could raise its overseas property holdings by as much as 500 percent within five years, as investment returns… Read More>>
Ivanhoé Cambridge announced today the appointment of George Agethen as Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific, Growth Markets.
Agethen’s recruitment comes as the Canadian real estate fund manager steps up its activities in Asia after leading more than $1.3 billion in Chinese… Read More>>
After investing in more than $1.4 billion of real estate in the US and the UK in the last two years, Ping An Insurance is one of the biggest players in China’s wave of outbound investment. But according to one… Read More>>
This week Greater China’s cadre of real estate professionals is in luck, because Mickey Mouse is still hiring in Shanghai. Over in Taiwan, things seem to have gotten too goofy for the head of one agency’s investment team, and a Chinese… Read More>>
Two of China’s largest insurers took their first steps into the US market real estate market this week as American developer Tishman Speyer announced that China Life Insurance and Ping An Insurance would take a majority stake in a $500… Read More>>