Mah Sing opens Singapore property gallery

SINGAPORE: Mah Sing Group Bhd has opened its first property gallery in Singapore at TripleOne Sommerset. According to the developer, it is an easily accessible location parallel to Orchard Road, within walking distance from the Somerset MRT station.

It said in a statement that the gallery, launched yesterday, would initially feature three of its latest projects in Iskandar Malaysia and the Klang Valley − The Meridin@Medini in Johor, Icon City in Petaling Jaya, and M City in Kuala Lumpur.

The launch of the gallery is in line with the group’s strategy to boost revenue from international investors to 30% within two to five years.

L-R: Jane Leong, GM of business development & investment; Dato’ Steven Ng Poh Seng, executive director of corporate & investment; Puan Sri Leong, vice president of corporate admin; Leong, Kamsiah Kamaruddin, acting High Commissioner of Malaysia to Singapore; Tan Sri Yaacob Bin Mat Zain, Mah Sing Group chairman; General Dato Syed Norulzaman, Mah Sing Foundation chairman; Dato’ Lim Kiu Hock, executive director of operations

Mah Sing Group’s managing director and group CEO Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum said that the Singapore debut follows the group’s Shanghai sales office set up last year in line with the Group’s mid-term strategy to boost revenues from international investors to 30% within the next two to five years.

“The Malaysian government is actively looking at ways to promote investment in Malaysia, one initiative is the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement involving 11 countries. Secondly, the revitalisation of the ASEAN market place, with Malaysia as a potential hub.   With these two measures in place, I am confident that there will be more trade, networking and policies to further encourage demands for property in Malaysia.  Malaysia is expected to emerge as ASEAN’s multinational marketplace and will ensure it continues to be a global and investment destination in ASEAN.”, said Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Leong.

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