A favourable business environment, growing regional momentum and a supportive ecosystems are leading more global, institutional investors to set up shop in Singapore, at the same time that the city’s limited real estate market pushes investors to shop for… Read More>>
Three more speakers this week joined the roster of industry leaders speaking at the Mingtiandi Singapore Forum with top executives from BlackRock, TE Capital Partners and Sun Venture helping to push the event on 14 November to 20 speakers and… Read More>>
Jeun Jye ONG is the Head of Real Estate at Sun Venture. He joined Sun Venture in 2021 and has over 15 years of real estate experience in various functions including acquisitions, asset management, portfolio management and fund management with… Read More>>
Sun Venture has agreed to acquire a North Sydney office building for A$148 million ($95.9 million), marking the Singaporean investment firm’s first acquisition in Australia.
The 10-storey office block at 50 Miller Street is a Grade A building comprising 10,441… Read More>>
Singapore’s office market continues to heat up with two towers in the city-state’s downtown area nearing sales at a combined S$790 million ($570 million), including a property in the Bugis area which Sun Venture is close to buying from an… Read More>>
AEW has agreed to buy an office tower in Singapore’s Jurong East from local investment firm Sun Venture for S$680 million ($488.54 million) in the latest vote of global investor confidence in the city’s rebounding office market, Mingtiandi has learned.
Singapore’s Sun Venture has completed its acquisition of a freehold office building in central London from WeWork Capital Advisors for £148 million ($201 million), keeping up a string of acquisitions by Asian investors that helped drive a record 15 trades… Read More>>
Singaporean investment firm Sun Venture is reportedly offering to pick up a freehold office building in central London for around £150 million ($199.4 million) to mark its third UK deal since making its debut in the country last year.
Sun… Read More>>
Just two months after Singapore developer Low Keng Huat hired away a top executive from local investment firm Sun Venture, the two companies are swapping stakes in a pair of long-standing joint ventures.
Low Keng Huat announced to the Singapore… Read More>>
Singapore builder Low Keng Huat is continuing to expand its real estate investment business with the recruitment of a senior dealmaker to join its top management.
Alvin Teo, formerly the head of real estate for local investment manager Sun Venture,… Read More>>