Raymond Kwok, the youngest of three second-generation brothers at the helm of property empire Sun Hung Kai. Photo: Getty Raymond Kwok, the youngest of three second-generation brothers at the helm of property empire Sun Hung Kai. Photo: Getty
Raymond Kwok, the youngest of three second-generation brothers at the helm of property empire Sun Hung Kai. Photo: Getty

How the Kwoks, Hong Kong’s richest family, lost US$8 billion in one year – can their Sun Hung Kai Properties ever recover?

Hong Kong has taken a year-long battering because of political unrest and the coronavirus, and so has its largest property empire – but with trophy assets like IFC and ICC, plenty of cash and more than 129 million square feet of land between Hong Kong and mainland China – can the Kwoks’ Sun Hung Kai Properties claw it all back?

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Raymond Kwok, the youngest of three second-generation brothers at the helm of property empire Sun Hung Kai. Photo: Getty Raymond Kwok, the youngest of three second-generation brothers at the helm of property empire Sun Hung Kai. Photo: Getty
Raymond Kwok, the youngest of three second-generation brothers at the helm of property empire Sun Hung Kai. Photo: Getty
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