Each week on Mingtiandi we track who among China’s commercial real estate community has left their role, been promoted, or found out they weren’t getting that big bonus and took off to work for some local developer who has real… Read More>>
China insurers allowed to invest more in real estate – and more of Today’s China Real Estate Links | October 14, 2013
Here is a list of the day’s latest China real estate news collected from around the web:
The mainland’s insurance regulator is planning to allow insurers to invest… Read More>>
Forterra Directors Sell Trust and Management Firm for US$184 Mil
In the latest episode of the Treasury China Trust/Forterra saga, Forterra Trust announced today that it had sold 29.98 percent of the trust, and 100 percent of the management company affiliated with the trust to Hong Kong property developer Nan… Read More>>
Treasury China’s Travails Continue as Share Price Halves
Troubled real estate investment firm Treasury China Trust continues to erode in value as its Irish-based erstwhile parent company recently was found to be insolvent and is to be wound up.
Shares in the the Singapore-listed company have dropped by almost… Read More>>
Did Treasury Holdings Directors Sell Themselves China Assets at 93% Discount?
Media reports released late last week revealed that subsidiaries of embattled real estate investment firm Treasury Holdings which were suddenly sold off for 2.263 million euros to a company controlled by one of its directors are believed to have been… Read More>>
Treasury Holdings Sells China Assets to Its Directors in Bankruptcy Fight
On Tuesday, troubled property firm Treasury Holdings sold two Chinese subsidiaries to one of its directors for 2.236 million Euros as the company seeks to hive off its assets while facing potential bankruptcy on its home turf in Ireland.
On… Read More>>
Treasury China Trust Defending Itself Against Charges of Mismanagement
Treasury China Trust (TCT), a Singapore-listed investment trust, is suddenly having to defend itself against charges from one of its investors that the firm is run for the benefit of its fund managers and lacks independent board oversight.
Mano Sabnani,… Read More>>
Real Estate Industry Association APREA Launches in China
The Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA), a property industry non-profit group which promotes real estate investment as an asset class, announced on May 30th the establishment of the APREA China Chapter, its ninth in the region.
In a statement,… Read More>>