Company profile

Sino-Ocean Group Holding Limited (“Sino-Ocean Group”) was founded in 1993 and has been listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the “Stock Exchange”) on 28 September 2007 (stock code: 03377). As at 31 December 2016, Sino-Ocean Group had a total issued number of shares of approximately 7,500 million, whose major shareholders include China Life Insurance Company Limited (02628.HK) and Anbang Insurance Group Co. Ltd.

Sino-Ocean Group has been selected as a constituent of Hang Seng Composite Index (HSCI), Hang Seng Composite Industry Indexes — Properties and Construction Index, Hang Seng China (Hong Kong-listed) 100 Index, Hang Seng Composite Size Indexes — Mid-Cap Index, Hang Seng Global Composite Index and Hang Seng Mainland Properties Index.

Sino-Ocean Group prides itself on striving to “create quality living environments for mid-to high-end urban citizens and high-end business clients”. We aim to build upon our proven track records in real estate development and grow into a leading group that excels in sector investments. Our scope of business includes mid- to high-end residential property development, investment and operation of urban property complexes and offices, property services, community O2O, senior living, medical care, shared offices, real estate funds, equity investments, asset management and overseas investments. “Sino-Ocean” is a brand name with nationwide reputation as a provider of consistent quality products and professional services.

Sino-Ocean Group currently owns more than 80 projects in different stages in rapidly growing Chinese cities and metropolitan regions, such as Beijing and Tianjin in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region, Dalian, Shenyang and Changchun in Northeast Region, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Huangshan, Qingdao and Wuhan in Central Region, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhongshan, Hong Kong, Haikou, Sanya, Chongqing and Chengdu in Southern Region. As at 31 December 2016, we had a land reserve of approximately 21,699,000 sq.m., of which approximately 95% were located in tier-one and tier-two cities.