Keppel Land is the property arm
of the Keppel Group, one of
Singapore's largest multinational
groups with key businesses in
offshore and marine, property as well as infrastructure.
One of Asia's premier property companies, Keppel Land is recognised for its sterling portfolio of award-winning residential developments and investment-grade commercial properties as well as high standards of corporate governance and transparency. Keppel Land was privatised and delisted from the Singapore Stock Exchange with effect from 16 July 2015 following Keppel Corporation's voluntary unconditional cash offer for the remaining shares in Keppel Land which it did not own. The Company is 99.27% owned by Keppel Corporation at the end of the privatisation exercise.
The Company is geographically diversified in Asia, with Singapore and China as its core markets as well as Vietnam and Indonesia as its growth markets. It has two listed companies, one each in the Philippines and Thailand. Keppel Land focuses on a two-pronged strategy of property development for sale and property fund management. The Company's total assets amounted to about $14.5 billion as at 31 December 2014.
Keppel Land is listed in Corporate Knights' prestigious Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World 2015 for the second consecutive year.
The Company is ranked 4th, placing it first in Asia and real estate companies worldwide. Keppel Land was previously a component of
the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Asia Pacific Indices prior to its delisting. It was featured in
The Sustainability Yearbook for five consecutive years as one of the top 15% of companies worldwide in sustainability leadership.
Keppel Land is also a constituent of the Morgan Stanley International (MSCI) Global Sustainability and Socially Responsible Indices.
As a leading prime office developer in Singapore, Keppel Land contributes to enhancing the city's skyline with landmark developments such as Marina Bay Financial Centre, Ocean Financial Centre and One Raffles Quay.
The Company is committed to grow its
commercial portfolio in key Asian cities.
Its portfolio of overseas commercial
properties includes Seasons City in the
Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City, a Grade A office development in Beijing
and a retail mall Life Hub @ Jinqiao
in Shanghai, China, Saigon Centre in
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, as well as
International Financial Centre Jakarta in
Indonesia. The Company also plans to
develop Park Avenue Central in Shanghai
into a retail-cum-office complex,
and expand SM-KL Project in the Philippines with Phase 2 comprising an office building and an expansion of the existing retail component. In Yangon, Myanmar, Keppel Land has acquired a 40% stake in a joint venture to develop Junction City Office Tower.
Beyond Asia, Keppel Land has acquired an office building in London, the United Kingdom. To strengthen the company's retail capabilities, Keppel Land has acquired a 75% stake in retail management company Array Real Estate Pte Ltd, which has been renamed Keppel Land Retail Management Pte Ltd.
Keppel Land is Asia's premier home developer with world-class iconic waterfront residences at Keppel Bay and Marina Bay in Singapore. The Company has also ventured into the United States with a residential development in Manhattan, New York.
With a pipeline of over 70,000 homes in Singapore and overseas as well as an increasing commercial presence in the region, Keppel Land is well-positioned to meet the growing demands for quality residential, office and mixed-use developments.
An established property fund manager,
Keppel Land has two property fund
management vehicles, Keppel REIT,
a pan-Asian commercial real estate
investment trust, and Alpha Investment Partners (Alpha).
As at 31 December 2014, Keppel REIT and Alpha's total assets under management have grown to $18.7 billion when fully leveraged and invested.