|Net Worth:||$5.9 Billion|
What is Kwee Brother’s Net Worth?
Kwee Liong brothers are four Singaporean billionaires who have a net worth of $5.9 billion. The Kwee siblings, co-owners of the privately held real estate developer and hotel operator Pontiac Land, are the richest and most wealthy landlords in Singapore.
The Ritz-Carlton, the Regent, Conrad Centennial, and the Capella in Singapore are among its most prominent properties.
Their father Henry Kwee launched a tiny company in 1959 that dealt with the building of residences with unique architecture, which was the beginning of the family business. Kwee Liong Tek, the company’s chairman and an enthusiast in art collections is the oldest of the four brothers and acts as managing director.
Kwee Liong Seen and Kwee Liong Phing are board members. Their most prominent business is Capitol Center, a $500 million complex in which they have a 50% ownership interest.
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