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So it is entirely fitting that the Company’s tale of tenacity and business acumen — in some ways echoing the rugged Scottish landscape and the rough-and-tumble of Calcutta in British India, from which its co-founders hail — is told and celebrated more widely.
To take advantage of the opportunity this presented, Sir Paul formed a real estate company, The Hongkong Land Investment and Agency Company Limited, together with Jardine Matheson & Company’s Scottish taipan, James Johnstone Keswick.
In mainland China, the Company owns prime retail space in the WF CENTRAL development in Beijing, while in Indonesia, it owns Grade A office space through its 50%-owned joint venture, Jakarta Land. It also owns the office and retail EXCHANGE SQUARE complex in the centre of Phnom Penh in Cambodia.
Throughout its long history, Hongkong Land has built its business on excellence, integrity and partnership. As a result, the Company enjoys enduring relationships and an exceptional reputation with organisations ranging from government authorities to the world’s foremost companies and luxury brands.
1963 — The year MCL Land was formed before it became a subsidiary of Hongkong Land in 2006
owns and manages in key Asian cities, mainly Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and JakartaRead more: The Straits Times