Millennium Group establishes a regional office in Singapore for the Southeast Asia region

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Novo Place Tengah Plantation Close

The real estate investment business Millennium Group has opened a new office in Singapore that will act as its regional headquarters to Singapore and the Southeast Asia region. Millennium Group already has customers in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

Millennium Group’s presence in the city-state will bring two partners based in the UK, Allsop LLP and MAP close to its regional customers. The three companies employ around 800 employees across the UK that work in the residential, commercial retail, industrial and sectors. They also provide the acquisition and underwriting of assets, as well as asset and property management services.

Novo Place Tengah Plantation Close sits on a 12,4449.3 sq m site with a maximum Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 37,348 sq m.

Millenium Group has hired Steve Lydon as its general manager for the company’s Singapore office. The new manager will reporting to the founder and CEO Martin Kaye, based in Hong Kong, and advise clients on investing and current portfolios of investments within UK markets.

“Coming with the Allsop team is a benefit because I am familiar with colleagues from The UK and who are committed to to support the company and its investors in helping to protect assets and enhance their portfolios of assets,” says Lydon. “(We already are) established and offer a full range of services and we’re well-positioned to launch new offerings to our existing as well as new customers.”

Millennium Group has GBP850 million ($1.5 billion) worth of assets in the UK and GBP3.5 million under property management for its Asian clients and capital partners.