Alan Tang
Alan Tang
Group Chief Executive Officer
Far East Orchard
Bio

Alan Tang was appointed as the Group Chief Executive Officer of Far East Orchard Limited (“Far East Orchard”) on 1 January 2020. Far East Orchard Limited is a property developer, hospitality assets owner and operator with a diversified property investment portfolio comprising purpose-built student accommodation (“PBSA”) and medical suites. Far East Orchard is listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange and is a member of Far East Organization, Singapore’s largest private property developer. Alan has rich and balanced experience in the global hospitality real estate capital market and operations. Prior to joining the Far East Orchard Limited, Alan was Chief Operating Officer of Frasers Hospitality International Pte Ltd (“Frasers”), where he led the operations and asset management of its hotels and serviced apartments worldwide. Before joining Frasers, Alan served as Senior Vice President, Head Hospitality of GIC Real Estate Pte Ltd (“GICRE”), where he held leadership responsibilities for investment and asset management of a USD multi‐billion portfolio. During his tenure at GIC Real Estate Pte Ltd, he oversaw both direct and indirect (through third-party funds) equity and debt investments, as well as both private and public-listed entities. Some of the notable assets within the portfolio include the Westin Sydney, the Shangri-La Sydney, the Park Hyatt Melbourne, the Westin Paris, the Westin Tokyo and Hilton Seahawk Fukuoka, to name a few.
Prior to joining GICRE, Alan was part of Raffles International’s pioneering team in business development involved in the maiden acquisitions of both the Browns Hotel in London and Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg in 1997.
Alan received a Bachelor of Science (Distinction) from the School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University, USA. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

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