Red London buses pass by a mixed residential and commercial building in the Westminster borough of London that could attract deep-pocketed Hong Kong investors. Photo: Bloomberg Red London buses pass by a mixed residential and commercial building in the Westminster borough of London that could attract deep-pocketed Hong Kong investors. Photo: Bloomberg
Red London buses pass by a mixed residential and commercial building in the Westminster borough of London that could attract deep-pocketed Hong Kong investors. Photo: Bloomberg
Alvin Leung
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Alvin Leung

Hong Kong investors optimise portfolio with London commercial property investments

  • Portfolio diversification is seen aided by the Hong Kong dollar strength and an end to Brexit stalemate, as shown by Link Reit’s first foray in London
  • The West-End and City markets are usually favoured by Hong Kong investors as there is limited supply to cater for a diverse appetite

Red London buses pass by a mixed residential and commercial building in the Westminster borough of London that could attract deep-pocketed Hong Kong investors. Photo: Bloomberg Red London buses pass by a mixed residential and commercial building in the Westminster borough of London that could attract deep-pocketed Hong Kong investors. Photo: Bloomberg
Red London buses pass by a mixed residential and commercial building in the Westminster borough of London that could attract deep-pocketed Hong Kong investors. Photo: Bloomberg
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Alvin Leung

Alvin Leung

Alvin Leung is a director of capital markets at JLL in Hong Kong