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# 293 Wang Zhenhua $6.51B

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Wang is the founder of Future Land Development Holdings, a residential property developer in China's Yangtze River Delta region. The Shanghai-based company reported revenue of 54.8 billion ($8.3 billion) in 2018. Wang also has a stake in S-Enjoy Service Group, a property management and building maintenance company.

As of :
Last change +$253M ( +4.0%)
YTD change +$135M ( +2.1%)
Industry Real Estate
Biggest asset 1030 HK Equity
Citizenship China
Age 58
Wealth Self-made
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Relative Value

Wang Zhenhua's net worth of $6.51B can buy ...

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of the GDP of the United States
of the total wealth of the 500 richest people in the world
of the top 100 U.S. college endowments
of the top 200 U.S. executives’ total awarded compensation
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The majority of Wang's wealth is derived from a 72% stake in Future Land Development Holdings, a Shanghai-based real estate developer. He holds the shares through British Virgin Islands-based holding companies, according to the company's 2019 semi-annual report.

Wang also has a 73% stake in S-Enjoy Service Group, through British Virgin Islands-based holding companies, according to the company's 2019 semi-annual report.

The value of his cash investments is based on an analysis of dividends, insider transactions, market performance and taxes.


Birthdate: 1/1/1962
Family: Married, 1 child
Education: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Shanghai Television University, Jiangsu Broadcast University

Wang was born in Changzhou, China in 1962. After graduating from high school, he began working in a textile factory. He'd set up his own factory by 1988 and this allowed him to save about 2 million yuan to help start his career in real estate.

In 1993, Wang founded Wujin Future Land Investment and Development. His first project was the construction of two residential buildings with 72 units in Changzhou, according to an interview with local media in 2018.

The business moved its headquarters from Changzhou to Shanghai in 2009. Future Land Development Holdings began trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange in 2012.

Wang was probed by Changzhou city authorities in 2016, according to a Bloomberg News report. He was one of the executives to be caught up in an investigation following an anti-corruption drive, according to the report. A statement from the company the following month said that Wang had returned to work and continued in his role as executive director and chairman.

The corporate group's property management division Xinchengyue Holdings began trading publicly in Hong Kong in November 2018.

  • 1993 Founded Future Land in Changzhou, Jiangsu.
  • 2009 Moved headquarters from Changzhou to Shanghai.
  • 2012 Future Land Development Holdings started trading in Hong Kong stock exchange.
  • 2018 Property management arm Xinchengyue Holdings begins trading in Hong Kong.