A set of top level moves at Hong Kong-listed mainland China developers leads Mingtiandi’s regional personnel roundup this week, with China New Town Development and China Resources Land naming new board members, and Fosun Tourism has also added a new… Read More>>
Luring workers back to office post-pandemic is forcing employers and landlords to employ more flexible working strategies… Read More>>
With staff in most Asian countries now back at the workplace, led by Singapore’s return to the office with much fanfare on 26 April, asset owners and occupiers are adapting to a labour force that grew accustomed to the greater… Read More>>
Office occupiers bringing teams back from the pandemic are presenting asset owners and operators with requirements for greater flexibility, sustainability and health safe-guards as organisations fight to attract talent back to the workplace.
As Asia Pacific evolves to a hybrid… Read More>>
Top level moves at fund manager Actis and WeWork lead this week’s review of personnel changes from around Asia Pacific, as the UK fund manager expands into Japan and the trouble co-working pioneer reshuffles its leadership. Also reporting fresh management… Read More>>
While news reports have been filled with stories of global executives leaving Hong Kong, we lead our weekly roundup of people moves this week with a European fund manager sending one of its top executives into the city where no… Read More>>
Mingtiandi’s final set of personnel updates for 2021 starts off with the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors choosing a new chief and also brings you the latest signs of troubled from the realm of China’s indebted developers. Also making leadership… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional headlines, Hong Kong’s biggest developers have joined the bidding as a tender for largest harbourfront plot in Central closed on Friday. Also in the news, Singapore’s GIC and US fund manager Nuveen are selling a… Read More>>
The Executive Centre, a Hong Kong-based provider of upscale flexible office space, will be acquired by US buyout firm KKR and Singapore’s TIGA Investments for an undisclosed amount, realising an exit strategy that so far has eluded better-known rival WeWork.
As 2021 enters its second full week, there is an upswing in real estate industry leaders checking in from new work locations, as Blackstone brings on board a top level political veteran to advise its Japanese operation.