A joint-venture project by UDA Holdings, EcoWorld and KWSP
UDA Holdings Bhd
After more than four decades of spearheading transformative developments, UDA Holdings Berhad (UDA) is firmly rooted in shaping and urbanising Kuala Lumpur, the Klang Valley and other main cities in Malaysia.
UDA has successfully forged ahead and reinvented itself into one of the foremost property developers in Malaysia, growing in stature alongside the nation’s developments. Guided by its mandate to balance sustainability with socioeconomic objectives UDA aspires to take its venture to the next level, with projects such as BBCC- continuously contributing to entrepreneurial growth in line with the national aspiration.
Helmed by some of the most well-known and respected industry players in the Malaysian and international property sector, Ecoworld projects are spread across the three key economic regions of Penang, Klang Valley and Iskandar Johor in Malaysia encompassing iconic townships, integrated commercial developments, luxury high rise apartments and green business parks.
The company through its associate, EcoWorld International has also planted the Eco World brand in the United Kingdom and Australia through strategic projects in the heart of London, Sydney and Melbourne. Driven by an experienced and dynamic team, Eco World is privileged to partner UDA and EPF to jointly develop BBCC and also acting as the development manager in this prestigious project.
The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is Malaysia’s premier retirement savings fund serving more than 14 million members and is ranked among the largest sovereign pension funds in the world.
The EPF provides retirement benefits for members through efficient and reliable management of their savings whereby members’ contributions are invested in a number of approved financial instruments to generate income which will be distributed as dividends.
The EPF has successfully ventured into property investment and property development since 2003 via direct investment and also joint venture basis. Besides BBCC, the EPF has JV stakes in Eco Grandeur and Eco Horizon amongst the many local and international projects under their property portfolio.