Antonio Wu | Colliers | Hong Kong

Antonio Wu

M.Sc, MRICS

Deputy Managing Director

Capital Markets & Investment Services

License # Licence Number: E-053542

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About

Professional Summary

Antonio has over 33 years of experience in real estate, 30 of which has been in investment services.  He was appointed as Executive Director of the Asia Investment Services in January 2008.  He leads the team to build a consistent platform for investment clients, such as regional funds and institutions, to expand their portfolio in Asia.  He also helps institutional clients source for joint venture partners and development projects particularly for China markets.  Antonio also heads the investment services and oversees the retail services team in Hong Kong.

Accomplishments

Antonio transacted an office block twice within 5 years.  Antonio helped GIC to acquire an office block in the West of Central for over US$163 M in 2000 and in 2005. He sold the building again to MGPA as the vendor's Sole Agent for over US$304 M which the vendor has made a handsome return on the investment.  The latest achievement of Antonio's was the last year the sale of No.50 Connaught Road.  He sold the property for Apollo Investment to Agricultural Bank of China for over US$625 Million.  It was the largest ever office enbloc transaction in Central.

Education

BSc (Hons) in Management Studies at Leeds University;

MSc (Real Estate) in University of Hong Kong

MRICS

Memberships & Involvements

Estate Agent’s (Individual) Licence of The Estate Agents Authority

Clients

Cheung Kong Holdings, GIC, Gaw Capital, Keppel Capital, PAG, Angelo Gordon, KKR, AEW, SilkRoad, Chelsfield, KaiLong Group, Hang Lung Properties, Blackstone,

Services

Service Lines
Capital Markets & Investment Services
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