Henderson Land Development’s founder and chairman Lee Shau-kee (centre) with his two sons Peter Lee Ka-kit (left) and Martin Lee Ka-shing (right), on 21 March 2016 in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/ Sam Tsang

Lee Shau-kee, Hong Kong’s second-richest man, says he is mulling retirement to hand the reins of Henderson Land to his two sons

  • Lee, whose wealth was estimated at US$31.5 billion by Forbes, lived in the same flat for 26 years, preferring to let his elder son occupy the master suite while he used the guest room, measuring 200 square feet
  • In a city obsessed with real estate, Lee wasn’t a believer of his own product, observing that property stocks made a “better bet” than actual offices or flats
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Henderson Land Development’s founder and chairman Lee Shau-kee (centre) with his two sons Peter Lee Ka-kit (left) and Martin Lee Ka-shing (right), on 21 March 2016 in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/ Sam Tsang
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