August 20, 2017 8:27 AM ET

Real Estate Management and Development

Company Overview of UDA Holdings Berhad

Company Overview

UDA Holdings Berhad, through its subsidiaries, engages in land and property development, property management, and leisure industry operations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The company’s development portfolio includes townships and condominiums. It also engages in shopping complex and office management; and professional and structured facilities management, as well as provides outsourcing alternatives in a range of building services management, operations, and maintenance. In addition, the company manages hotels and resorts, as well as handles the operation of restaurants and recreation centers for business and pleasure needs of customers. The company was formerly known as UDA Holdings Sdn Bhd a...

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Kompleks Pertama

Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman

Kuala Lumpur,  50100

Malaysia

Founded in 1971

Phone:

60 3 2730 8500

Fax:

60 3 2731 8500

Key Executives for UDA Holdings Berhad

Group Managing Director
Senior Vice President of Finance Asset Management Division
Senior Vice President of Legal and Secretariat Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

UDA Holdings Berhad Key Developments

UDA Holdings Seeks Acquisitions

UDA Holdings Berhad's Managing Director Ahmad Abu Bakar recently stated, "We are looking to acquire more land in the Klang Valley, and for potential partners to work with at these strategic spots. We are also hoping to champion most waqf (bumiputera) land available in these states."

UDA Holdings Seeks Acquisitions

UDA Holdings Berhad is seeking acquisitions. UDA Holdings Bhd is actively looking to increase its landbank which currently stands at an estimated 404 hectares. Datuk Ahmad Abu Bakar, Group Managing Director stated that the group planned to acquire more land for development as the property market was expected to recover from the recent slowdown due to the uncertainty in the local and global economy.

UDA Holdings May Acquire More stake In Tropical Island Resort

Mohd Shafei Abdullah, Chairman of UDA Holdings Berhad, indicated that UDA Holdings might acquire more shares from a Penang-based developer which had bought Penang Development Corporation's 49% stake in Tropical Island Resort Sdn Bhd. UDA Holdings is the owner of 51% stake in Tropical Island Resort Sdn Bhd.

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