Vincent Lo Hong-sui, chairman of Shui On Land, has introduced a string of measures to shake up his firm's senior management to improve property sales, expand its land bank and streamline development strategies.Monday, 20 January, 2014, 12:20am
Shui On Land, a mainland developer that has been selling assets to cut debt, said yesterday that chief executive Freddy Lee had quit after less than three years and chairman Vincent Lo Hong-sui would resume a more active role.11 Jan 2014 - 1:21am
Shui On Land, chaired by Vincent Lo Hong-shui, said net profit was 1.05 billion yuan (HK$1.32 billion), up from 825 million yuan in the first half of last year.28 Aug 2013 - 5:44am
Vincent Lo Hong-sui, the chairman of Shui On Land, is back in the spotlight as he moves to improve the firm's performance. Lo said he had withdrawn from the "front line" over the past two years but had decided to take a more active role.29 May 2013 - 2:51am
The conversion of a luxury boutique hotel in a historical district of Shanghai into a multi-storey flagship retail outlet will be the first project to be tackled by China Xintiandi, a commercial property unit to be spun off by Hong Kong-listed Shui On Land.24 Apr 2013 - 5:20am
Shui On Land is to raise up to HK$4.13 billion through a rights issue to finance its involvement in two large-scale urban renewal projects in Shanghai and future land acquisition.
The news came as the company revealed its full-year underlying profits had plunged 87 per cent year on year to 201 million yuan (HK$248 million) in 2012.29 Mar 2013 - 4:16am
At 64, Vincent Lo Hong-sui has not taken a holiday for seven years. A workaholic still, despite being a billionaire, Lo is hoping all that effort will pay off as he begins building one of the nation's largest property investment companies.28 Jan 2013 - 4:39am
Mainland developer Shui On Land says its office-retail project, Corporate Avenue II, will generate annual rental incomes of up to 700 million yuan (HK$862.84 million) once all the space has been leased.11 Jan 2013 - 3:56am
Shui On Land yesterday unveiled a major restructuring plan to inject its commercial portfolio, valued up to 68 billion yuan (HK84.6 billion), into its listing candidate China Xintiandi, in an attempt to boost investors' confidence.
Xintiandi, a wholly owned subsidiary, will start operations on March 1.10 Jan 2013 - 4:21am
Shui On Land yesterday announced it would add a 500,000 square metre commercial complex to its Rui Hong Xin Cheng residential project in Shanghai.
The developer will own and lease the large shopping space. It did not reveal the investment amount for the new project.27 Sep 2012 - 3:25am