Q&A: Where and how Phoenix finds value in Asia property

With a 16-year track record in Asia, Hong Kong-based Phoenix Property Investors now wants to snare rising demand for hotels in Japan and sees value in secondary Shanghai locations.

Samuel Chu began developing his basic understanding of the Hong Kong property market at the age of three as he joined his father collecting the rent from tenants.

Now, this former banker is running Phoenix Property Investors, one of the largest property funds in Asia with about $5 billion in assets under management, managing money for some of the world’s largest sovereign wealth and endowment funds.

In an interview with FinanceAsia, Chu, the son-in-law of Anthony Lo of Great Eagle Holdings, a property developer in Hong Kong, talks about leveraging his experiences as a student and family connections and why he...

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