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Samuel Tak Lee and Shaftsbury

24th July 2015

Samuel Tak Lee and Shaftsbury

Samuel Tak Lee is a Hong Kong based billionaire property developer who’s most prominent acquisitions in the UK was of the Langham Estate for £75 million in 1994. He then went on to develop the Knightsbridge Apartments. According to Forbes he has a net worth of £42.8 billion and is 19th on the Forbes list of Hong Kong’s richest. During 2014, the billionaire built up a stake of 5% in Soho’s Shaftsbury Estate which he then sold in part producing a couple of million pounds profit. It was thought Samuel Tak Lee was going to make a bid to buy the Chinatown holdings from Shaftsbury last year, however, this never materialised. Samuel this week offered to buy 9.3% of Shaftsbury at a share price of 888p causing more rumours of a bid on part of the estate – the offer was ignored.

The Shaftsbury share price has remained extremely strong over the years and has risen consistently to 926p where it currently sits at market close today (23/07/1991). Ollie Salter a surveyor at Morgan Pryce believes, “There are mixed views on how Shaftsbury run the estate as they have a policy to never sell assets; this limits the capital it has to invest but in turn means there are many long term shareholders backing the portfolio and management ability which adds value.”

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