Affin Hwang Capital expects YTL Hospitality Real Estate Investment Trust's share price to rise even higher on increased earnings forecasts and defensive-asset feature. The firm has set a higher target price for the REIT at RM1.46 from RM1.38 previously, offering an upside potential of around 1.8 per cent.
A new generation of property developers is emerging and slowly making its mark on one of the most challenging industries in the country. WIth youthful vigour, strong values and good mentors, these young men and women are stepping up to lead in their respective organisations. Yeoh Pei Teeng of YTL Land & Development shares with City & Country her views on the property market and how to meet the needs of her peer group of homebuyers.
Fifty three Heriot-Watt University Malaysia students have been awarded the Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay Global Scholarships. “Education is one of my greatest passions. Education moulds minds, inspires achievements and, ultimately, builds nations. This was instilled in me by my late father, who emphatically believed in the value of education and worked diligently to ensure that his children and grandchildren would have this opportunity. Growing up with a role model who was a philanthropist and regularly committed to and supported education programmes, I myself, wanted to honour this tradition and help widen access for Malaysian students, ” said Victor Yeoh.
With Christmas and all of its holiday components — the carols, airports and homecomings, stuffing for breakfast and then again for lunch — there’s an atmosphere that encompasses it all, one that embodies cosy, warm, home. The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur is rich in its signature spirit of opulence and comfort, a perfect match for the energy of Christmas. In the city, the hotel is known for hosting elegant Christmas lunches and dinners, alongside surprises you won’t find anywhere else.
The chief of YTL Hotels on Thursday said his company will keep bulking up its luxury presence in the booming Niseko winter resort town, which has become a magnet for international capital. At a news conference, Mark Yeoh, an executive director of Malaysia's YTL conglomerate, said the company will spend around 5 billion yen ($46 million) annually as it adds hotels and other facilities at its Niseko Village resort, located at the foot of the Niseko Annupuri volcano.
“Within the Brabazon Hangers, we have a unique and amazing opportunity to create something special that will greatly benefit the community. We have a tradition in our company that for every investment we do, we will host a concert of celebration. Moreover, it completely complements our wider development project, Brabazon, which will become an extension of the Bristol city centre. Our development will become an internationally recognised entertainment district, similar to the Greenwich peninsula that houses the O2 Arena in London," said Yeoh.
MALAYSIA’s multicultural heritage was celebrated by children from several schools in Selangor. Themed “Lottie’s Cultural Splash” the event was organised by YTL Foundation and Pusat Kreatif Kanak-Kanak Tuanku Bainun and took place at Lot 10 Kuala Lumpur.