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Ina Chan

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Net worth 2018: $1 Billion
Country: Hong Kong
BirthDay: 1 March 1953
Sigh: Aries

Ina Chan was bornon 1 March 1953 in Hong Kong. Ina Chan, known as the "third wife" of gambling tycoon Stanley Ho, debuts on this year's list thanks to the IPO of casino and hotel business Macau Legend; she owns 13%. Also known as Chan Un Chan, she holds a small stake in STDM, Ho's key investment company for listed casino SJM. Her UNIR Group provides helicopter service in Hong Kong.


$1 Billion


$1 Billion


She was the Chairman of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (2013/14) and is a member of numerous other charitable organizations


In 2011, she set up UNIR (HK) Management Limited to consolidate and oversee her diverse range of investments, focusing on five core businesses namely, hospitality, realty, leisure, retail and transportation


She is also a member of the 10th Guangdong Provincial Committee of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference


In 2004, she founded On Power Management Limited, through which she conducts the investment and management of her realty businesses


Florinda, the elder daughter was born on 27 February 1989, Laurinda and Orlando, the twins, were born on 9 May 1991As an ardent fan of antiques, Chan opened the Treasure Court antique store in the 80s, and began investing in other businesses


After moving to Hong Kong in 1977, Chan became engaged with Dr


Ina Chan (born 1 March 1953), also known as Ina Chan Un Chan, is a businesswoman and philanthropist in Hong Kong

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