Sunac China Holdings has become the latest mainland developer to raise the spectre of default, announcing Friday that it was unlikely to redeem two onshore bonds with a combined balance of RMB 6 billion ($940 million) when they come due… Read More>>
Sunac China has declared an increase in annual profit of more than 57 percent, as the Tianjin-based developer capitalized on credit made available by Beijing to grow during an economic downturn.
In a report on Friday to the Hong Kong… Read More>>
Sunac China won two residential plots in Shanghai’s most distant district on Monday, agreeing to pay the city government a total of RMB 1.16 billion ($170 million) for the sites on Chongming island, according to an announcement by the Shanghai… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed developer Sunac China Holdings has selected former Baoneng Group senior vice president Yu Ying as its new chief executive officer, according to a report in mainland news site The Paper.
The change in leadership at the top five… Read More>>
China Evergrande Real Estate chairman and CEO Xu Jiayin leads the ranks of the mainland’s wealthiest real estate people for the second year in a row with assets estimated at RMB 215 billion ($31 billion), according to the annual Hurun Report… Read More>>
China’s fourth largest real estate developer Sunac China Holdings has taken control of two of the three units of Jia Yueting’s financial-troubled LeEco company via court auction, at a price of RMB 773 million. The investment comes after the developer… Read More>>
A trio of mainland conglomerates are claiming the attention of market watchers today, with HNA leading the news with a missed attempt at a $1.4 billion IPO in Switzerland. The troubled investment firm’s tech counterpart looks to be in worse… Read More>>
Sunac chairman Sun Hongbin has stepped down as the chairman of Leshi Internet Information & Technology, a video streaming subsidiary of mainland new media trainwreck LeEco.
Sun resigned before his term’s expiration date of October 13 due to “job adjustments,”… Read More>>
Chinese tycoon Sun Hongbin, who bailed out Wanda Group last year, is coming to the aid of a struggling mainland developer again. HNA Infrastructure Investment Group, a listed subsidiary of embattled HNA Group, said in two separate filings to the… Read More>>
China’s property tycoons continue to fill the headlines for al the wrong reasons today, as the Hong Kong exchange rules that heavyweight contender Sun Hongbin needs some re-education on corporate governance. Naughtiness of other sorts is in the news in… Read More>>