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Retail appointments of the week

Hong Kong mall operator bolsters management team; Foot Locker hires first chief strategy and transformation officer; Met...

Link taps Charter Hall exec to head international operations

Chubb will join Link next April and report to George Hongchoy, the group’s CEO.

Link secures sustainability-linked loan from Hong Kong bank

Link Asset Management has secured a five-year sustainability-linked loan of HKD$1 billion from Hong Kong's OCBC Bank, it...

Revenue rises, but Link posts US$2.2m loss on revaluations

Link Asset Management has recorded a US$2.2 million paper loss due to property revaluations, in a trading year when reve...

Link Reit flags loss as Covid-19 costs bite

One of Hong Kong’s largest retail landlords, Link Reit says Covid-19 will push its bottom line into the red this year as...

Link secures its first sustainability-linked loan

Hong Kong Reit Link Asset Management has signed an AU$212 million (US$123 million) five-year sustainability-linked loan ...

Link reveals plan to support tenants and encourage consumer spending

Link Reit has introduced measures to support its tenants and lift customer spending in Hong Kong in a move to offset the...

Hong Kong malls cut rents as retailers suffer

Hong Kong mall owner Sun Hung Kai Properties, along with several other retail landlords in the territory, are offering r...

Shares in listed Hong Kong shopping-centre owners buffeted by protests

Shares in listed Hong Kong shopping-centre owners have been buffeted in the wake of escalating pro-democracy protests.

Link Reit to continue to divest assets – and reinvest

Hong Kong property company Link Reit says it will continue to divest properties in its portfolio - and acquire new ones ...