Leading today’s roundup, distressed Chinese conglomerate HNA Group may get some mileage out of its new friendship with Temasek Holdings, as the Singaporean investment firm is said to be pondering deals for HNA-owned Swissport Group and Gategroup. Also in… Read More>>
One of China’s most watched corporate soap operas seems to have finally reached the series finale as a unit of one-time corporate raider Baoneng is said to be selling its 10.3 percent stake in China Vanke. The report appears to… Read More>>
After buying up a global portfolio of $1.3 billion in student housing, Singapore’s Mapletree Investments has raised $535 million for a private student accommodation trust, giving institutional investors a stake in its cache of dorms and apartments.
The student housing… Read More>>
Singapore-based urban development consultancy Surbana Jurong has acquired Australian competitor SMEC Holdings for approximately $297 million, according to a joint statement by the two companies.
The acquisition by the subsidiary of Singapore’s Temasek Holdings will create a 10,000 person consultancy… Read More>>
China’s unused apartments might soon become serviced apartments or vacation rentals after Singapore’s CapitaLand agreed to invest a total of $87 million with online apartment sharing platform Tujia.com
Tujia, which is frequently referred to as the AirBnB of China, received… Read More>>
A Chinese warehouse developer invested by the Carlyle Group and Singapore’s Temasek Holdings last week got ready to put $300 million of that capital to work on a major new logistics facility in Wuxi aimed at serving demand from China’s… Read More>>
Since August last year global fund investors have poured more than $3.81 billion into China’s warehouse developers, seeking a share of the profits reaped from supporting the country’s rapidly growing retail and ecommerce sectors.
And the influx of money could… Read More>>
Dutch pension fund asset manager APG Asset Management announced late last week that it is committing up to $650 million to acquire 20 percent of China warehouse developer and operator e-Shang, and to set up a joint venture with the… Read More>>
Southeast Asia’s largest real estate developer, CapitaLand, announced this afternoon that it is offering to buy back its Singapore-listed subsidiary, CapitaMalls Asia Ltd, for S$3.06 billion ($2.45 billion).
CapitaMalls Asia has been CapitaLand’s retail development subsidiary, and is perhaps best… Read More>>
China’s booming logistics real estate sector received another vote of confidence last week when an investment firm linked to Temasek Holdings and Hong Kong-based private equity firm RRJ Capital invested $250 million into warehouse developer Yupei.
Yupei, which last year… Read More>>