In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Singapore’s GIC emerges as a potential financier for KKR’s buyout of an Australian hospital operator, a court approves Blackstone’s acquisition of the Crown Resorts casino group, and analysts expect rising interest rates to… Read More>>
SingHaiyi Group has set the highest bid for the largest new residential project sold in Singapore over the past four years, with the developer controlled by mysterious mainland tycoon Gordon Tang offering S$1.28 billion ($1 billion) for a plot which… Read More>>
Mainland tech giant Alibaba is getting some new partners in a S$1.68 billion ($1.24 billion) office project in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar area with companies controlled by mysterious Chinese investor Gordon Tang buying a 21 percent stake in the venture from… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China Evergrande’s closely watched debt restructuring risks being thrown into chaos after a creditor moves to seize the developer’s Versailles-like project in the Yuen Long area of Hong Kong’s New Territories. Also in… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, cash-strapped Shimao Group seeks an extension for repayments on asset-backed securities, private equity bigfoot Blackstone raises its offer for Australia’s Crown Resorts a third time, and Singapore’s Metro Group forms an investment alliance… Read More>>
Neil Bush is selling his minority stake in a Singapore property developer controlled by a long-time business partner and Bush family booster, according to a filing with the Singapore Exchange, with the younger brother of former US President George W… Read More>>
Mainland investor Gordon Tang is set to privatise Singapore-listed property firm SingHaiyi Group following a successful takeover bid by a private holding firm controlled by the mysterious property investor.
SingHaiyi told the Singapore bourse late Thursday that Haiyi Treasure, a… Read More>>
Companies controlled by mysterious mainland investor Gordon Tang have joined forces with a group of local developers to make a successful offer of S$650 million ($474.6 million) for a mixed-use site up for collective sale in Singapore’s upmarket District 9.
Suntec REIT has sold its 30 percent stake in Swiss bank UBS’s Singapore headquarters for S$295.5 million ($220.2 million), in a transaction that puts the owners of SingHaiyi Group in full control of the recently renovated asset.
“The divestment of… Read More>>
A pair of Singapore-listed firms controlled by a mysterious mainland investor with links to the younger brother of former US president George W Bush has teamed with a Hong Kong construction firm to win a tender for a mixed-use project… Read More>>