Hines appoints new Asia CIO

Hines appoints new Asia CIO
Chiang Ling Ng Image: Courtesy of Hines

Hines today announced that it has appointed Chiang Ling Ng as Chief Investment Officer (CIO), Asia.

Based in Hines’ Singapore office, Chiang Ling Ng will report to Global Chief Investment Officer David Steinbach and will work alongside Ray Lawler, CEO of APAC and Lee Timmins, CEO of Eurasia/India.

“We are very excited to welcome Chiang Ling to Hines as our Asia CIO,” commented Steinbach. With her demonstrated expertise, we look forward to elevating our investment management platform and capitalizing on the growing market opportunities in the Asia Pacific region as we strive to be the partner of choice globally.”

Ng has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate private equity space spearheading investments and coverage across Asia Pacific.

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Before joining the firm, she served as the CEO and Chief Investment Officer for M&G Real Estate’s Asia business overseeing all of the company’s operations and investment decisions. Before that, she worked in the real estate private equity division of Goldman Sachs where she oversaw the division’s expansion into China and was responsible for investments and coverage across the Asia Pacific region.

“I am honored to be joining Hines and playing a role in growing our vertically integrated, investment management platform,” said Chiang Ling Ng, Chief Investment Officer, Asia at Hines. “I look forward to contributing to Hines’ deep expertise and growing our presence across the Asia Pacific region.”

Ng is a graduate of Princeton University and holds a B.S.E. degree in Electrical Engineering. She is also fluent in English, Mandarin and Japanese.