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Shui On takes over Trophy asset

Published on February 4th, 2016

Apollo Global Management successfully exited the Trophy Property Development Fund, selling its single remaining asset to partner Shui On Land. Shui On announced that it would buy Trophy’s stake in 130,000m2 residential…

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