Well-positioned to capture growth opportunities in Vietnam

Well-positioned to capture growth opportunities in Vietnam

The global operating environment was challenging in 2023, with geopolitical conflicts, slow global growth, high interest rates, and extreme climate events.
Investment opportunities open in Vietnam's green real estate market

Investment opportunities open in Vietnam's green real estate market

Vietnam offers tremendous opportunities for green real estate investors, said Wong Wai Foo of Keppel Corporation.
Singaporean investors increasingly drawn to Vietnam

Singaporean investors increasingly drawn to Vietnam

Thanks to the open economic landscape and enormous growth potential in various sectors, Vietnam has always been on the list of favourable destinations for Singaporean investors
Keppel expands its energy-as-a-service footprint in Asia

Keppel expands its energy-as-a-service footprint in Asia

Keppel Corporation has secured contracts worth over $70 million to provide long-term energy-as-a-service to a number of prominent establishments.
Keppel Corporation acquires stake in a retail property in Hanoi

Keppel Corporation acquires stake in a retail property in Hanoi

Singaporean Keppel Corporation on July 6 announced that Keppel Land Ltd., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, VN Prime Vietnam Co., Ltd., is acquiring a 65 per cent stake in a company ProjectCo, which will hold a retail property in Hanoi.
Keppel, MHI and DNV ink deal to explore ammonia-powered turbine in Singapore

Keppel, MHI and DNV ink deal to explore ammonia-powered turbine in Singapore

In an MoU, Keppel New Energy Pte Ltd, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., and DNV will explore an ammonia-fired gas turbine in Singapore.
Keppel achieves first closing of $400 million for Vietnam-focused real estate fund

Keppel achieves first closing of $400 million for Vietnam-focused real estate fund

Keppel Capital and Keppel Land have launched Vietnam-focused Keppel Vietnam Fund, a Vietnam-focused real estate fund with a target fund size of $600 million.
Keppel breaks ground on Saigon Sports City

Keppel breaks ground on Saigon Sports City

Deepening its presence in Vietnam, Keppel Group held the ground-breaking ceremony for Saigon Sports City in the prime District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City.
Nam Long acquires 70 per cent stake at Waterfront City from Keppel

Nam Long acquires 70 per cent stake at Waterfront City from Keppel

Nam Long announced the acquisition of a 70 per cent stake in Dong Nai Waterfront City Limited Company from a subsidiary of Singapore’s Keppel Corporation.
Takashimaya moves to hold hands with Singaporean developers

Takashimaya moves to hold hands with Singaporean developers

Takashimaya last week marked its foray into the lucrative Vietnamese retail market part of its strategy to further expand into Asia by joining a project with Keppel Land.
Keppel Land steady in a rocky market

Keppel Land steady in a rocky market

Linson Lim, president of Keppel Land Vietnam Co. Ltd, (Keppel Land) has affirmed the company’s commitment to fulfill all of its licenced property projects in Vietnam despite the market’s current volatility.
Keppel Land’s waterfront projects gets green light

Keppel Land’s waterfront projects gets green light

Keppel Land Limited and Vietnamese partners have just taken a closer step for an integrated waterfront residential development site in Ho Chi Minh City.
Keppel eyes rich and beautiful

Keppel eyes rich and beautiful

A Singaporean firm is to build two new residential properties in Ho Chi Minh City over the next two years. Keppel Land, which successfully developed Royal Park Sedona Suites serviced apartments in Hanoi and Saigon Centre office building in Ho Chi Minh City, is to build a luxury villa complex and Vietnam’s first “health conscious” development, a combined residential/sport estate.
New Keppel Land project bid rejected

New Keppel Land project bid rejected

DEFENCE officials have rejected a bid by Singapore’s Keppel Land to restructure its $44-million housing project in Ho Chi Minh City.Keppel wanted to turn its Tamarind Park project from an apartment complex for lease, into an apartment block for sale.