China Property Awards unveils Real Estate Personality of the Year 2014 winner
Pan’s exemplary leadership has enabled the company to expand its property portfolio in Greater China
Pan Sutong, chairman of Goldin Real Estate Financial Holdings Limited (Goldin Group), has been selected by the editors of Property Report magazine as Real Estate Personality of the Year at the 2014 China Property Awards.
Since the Goldin Group’s first venture into real estate in 2007 when it successfully developed an integrated business, leisure and residential hub at the Xiqing District in Tianjin, Pan’s exemplary leadership has enabled the company to expand its property portfolio in Greater China, comprising wine cellars, residential, commercial and hotel properties in Shenzhen, Guangzhoi and Guangdong, as well as the very competitive Hong Kong market, his current hometown.
Guangdong-born Pan’s outstanding real estate projects across the region have been carried out through the Hong Kong-listed Goldin Properties Holdings Limited.
A visionary entrepreneur, Pan’s business conglomerate has also extended to various parts of the world such Australia, France and the United States, covering a wide range of industries including wineries, financial services and consumer electronics. In addition, his love for polo and horses allowed him to start a horse breeding business in Australia.
Pan will receive this prestigious honour on Thursday, 20 November at a modern black-tie Gala Dinner and awards presentation ceremony to be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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