A long anticipated succession at Country Garden Holdings has moved forward as chairman and executive director Yang Guoqiang hands the reins to daughter Yang Huiyan, adding to a string of mainland developer founders stepping back from their posts during China’s… Read More>>
Country Garden Holdings, the financially stressed Chinese real estate giant, has received a helping hand this week from the company’s co-chairman as well as the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) through two loans totalling $928 million.
China’s top… Read More>>
Hailed as China’s richest woman, Yang Huiyan has agreed to sell a portion of her controlling stake in Country Garden Services Holdings for about HK$5.06 billion ($650 million) to mark the third major sale of equity in the group within… Read More>>
Distressed developers and troubled tech takeovers lead today’s collection of real estate headlines from around the region, as one of Singapore’s biggest banks sues Shimao Group in Hong Kong and Gaw Capital finds an opportunity to move into real estate… Read More>>
Shui On Land this week became the latest Hong Kong-listed developer to post a loss for the first half of 2020, as a dip in value of the Xintiandi landlord’s investment properties overshadowed a jump in revenue of nearly 33… Read More>>
The richest woman in China, Yang Huiyan, has plumped her gaudy profile even further, becoming co-chair of Hong Kong-listed Country Garden Holdings alongside her father, self-made tycoon Yang Guoqiang, or Yeung Kwok Keung as he is known in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong residents may be sick of the city’s ongoing housing crisis but at least a few thousand of them seem to have found the government’s proposed cure to be worse than the illness. Protests over the weekend lead today’s… Read More>>
Country Garden’s Yang Huiyan has vaulted onto the top 10 list of China’s richest individuals, while Wanda boss Wang Jianlin was dethroned by Evergrande’s Xu Jiayin for the number one spot, according to the latest annual ranking published by the… Read More>>
Once again, Dalian Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin is China’s richest man with an estimated net worth of $33 billion. However, among China’s top property barons, it’s the prominent role of baronesses that makes the country’s real estate industry look like… Read More>>
One of China’s top 10 developers replenished its cash supplies by selling HK$6.3 billion ($813 million) in new shares to Ping An Insurance as the country’s real estate companies grapple with a shortage of both customers and funds in 2015.