Vice chair, Hang Lung Properties
Hang Lung heir Adriel Chan is preparing for the top role with a broad range of management roles
Adriel Chan has been vice chair of Hang Lung Properties and its parent company Hang Lung Group since 2020. He joined the companies in 2010 and became an executive director in 2016, working before that in finance and risk management. Mainly a property developer but also with interests in property management, car parks, and dry cleaning, Hang Lung was founded in 1960 by his grandfather, Chan Tseng-hsi, and is chaired by his father, Ronnie.
The companies are recognised for their continuing efforts to foster sustainable development.
Chan has had roles in finance, leasing, and project management, and oversees the companies’ development and design, project management, and cost control operations. He has been one of the key people behind the company’s successful 66 collection of mixed-use properties in mainland China, led by Shanghai’s Plaza 66. He has also been a director of design and marketing agency GoPublic Mediaworks since 2007.
He is a vice president and executive committee member of the Real Estate Developers Association of Hong Kong and a member of the advisory council of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School.
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In 2021, Hang Lung paid HK$2.56 billion for a plot in Shouson Hill on Hong Kong Island’s southside, where the US government consular staff were previously housed.