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Thomas and Raymond Kwok are the joint chairman and managing directors of Sun Hung Kai Properties which is the largest property developer of Hong Kong.
|Age||Thomas-65 years, Raymond-65 years|
|Source of Wealth||Sun Hung Kai Properties|
|Marital Status||Both Married|
|Education||Thomas-Harvard University, Raymond-London School of Business|
The brothers Thomas Kwok and Raymond Kwok are sons of Kwok Tak Seng, the founder of Sun Hung Kai Properties.
They are the largest property developers in Hong Kong and are evaluated at $15.4 Billion in real time.
In 1990, the two brothers inherited their father’s business and have established themselves as the leading property developers and are currently the richest people in the Hong Kong, as well as the third richest among the Greater China Region.
Thomas Kwok holds a degree from London Business School, University of London & a Business degree in Civil Engineering from Imperial College London.
Kwok brothers are the leader in real estate. Their company Sun Hung Kai Properties located in Hong Kong is a major property developer company.
International Commerce Centre with 118 floors is the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong an investment of Kwok brothers.
The brothers have investments in Hong Kong which include the International Commerce Centre, The International Finance Centre and more.
They own a luxurious home in Florida which has six bedrooms and a beautiful view of the sea. The house is evaluated at $17.75 Million.
Thomas Kwok has been sentenced to five years in prison for bribery, and currently, Walter Raymond has been cleared of all charges.
Thomas Kwok had to suffer a fine of HK $500,000 along with a five-year sentence to prison.
Both of them are the largest land developers in Hong Kong.
Thomas Kwok was sentenced for five years in jail and a fine of $64,440 against eight charges related to bribery and misconduct in public office.