Li Ka-shing, Chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings, emerges from the High Court in 1996 after testifying in a case involving the estate of his late friend, Nicholas Marsh.
Li Ka-shing, Chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings, emerges from the High Court in 1996 after testifying in a case involving the estate of his late friend, Nicholas Marsh.

When Hong Kong’s richest man Li Ka-shing was caught up in a legal battle over a contested will in 1995

  • When Nicholas Marsh died in 1988, he left his estate, worth US$150 million at the time, to be managed by the Bank of New York
  • His daughter Adrienne Lefkowitz complained about the bank, and especially about the handling of assets connected to the deceased’s old friend Li Ka-shing

Topic |   Millionaires and billionaires
Li Ka-shing, Chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings, emerges from the High Court in 1996 after testifying in a case involving the estate of his late friend, Nicholas Marsh.
Li Ka-shing, Chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings, emerges from the High Court in 1996 after testifying in a case involving the estate of his late friend, Nicholas Marsh.
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