Gordon Tang

Mr. Gordon Tang Promises To Redefine Real Estate Through Singhaiyi Group Ltd!

Mr. Gordon Tang is the Non-Executive Director of SingHaiyi Group Ltd and a member of the Remuneration Committee. He started off in 1995, when he launched Tang Dynasty Pte Ltd. In 2003, he came up with Haiyi in Singapore, which focused corporate, financial and trade investments. Thanks to his vision and foresight, APIC has built a commendable record in real estate development, investment and hotel managed under the much-famed Haiyi brand. Besides his work with the brand, which keeps him busy in Singapore and the US, he is also the honorary chairman of clan-association Teochew Poit Ip Huay Kuan and advisor to Windsurfing Association of Singapore. He also serves as the President of Cambodia Sailing Federation.

With non-executive chairman Neil Bush and Group Managing Director Mrs. Celine Tang, who is also his spouse, Mr. Tang aims to take SingHaiyi Group to the next level and invest in distressed real estate through state auctions in the US and sell the properties later after refurbishment for a profit. Using his business acumen and Mrs. Tang’s experience, SingHaiyi Group Ltd aims to take asset enhancement, property development, and proactive property management to the next level. Mr. Gordon Tang hinted that the company may look beyond Asia and USA in the future.

Here’s how Chinese tycoon Gordon Tang is acquiring global real estate!

Real estate isn’t flourishing everywhere, but Chinese business tycoon Gordon Tang believes that this can be a good opportunity for investors. He is the Non-Executive Director of Singapore-based SingHaiyi Group, which now has assets in the US and is already eyeing opportunities in Australia and Europe. Under the capable guidance of Mr. Gordon Tang, his wife and Group Managing Director Mrs. Celine Tang, and Non-Executive Chairman Neil Bush, the company has managed to create raves with its projects. The Vales – the 517-unit executive condo project in Sengkang – has been hugely successful, and the company has acquired 9% stake in Australia-listed Cromwell Property Group. Mr. Tang is also a substantial shareholder in OUE Commercial REIT.

The association between Tangs and Mr. Bush is a long one, and their company – Oregon-based American Pacific International Capital (APIC) – owns and manages many assets and hotels in the US, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Mr. Tang is also interested in other activities and serves as an advisor for Windsurfing Association of Singapore and as the president of Cambodia Sailing Federation. With his wife, he remains active in real estate and hopes that SingHaiyi Group will find its footing in all major regions and continents.