Corporate History
Feb 2004  
AGP is incorporated in the British Virgin Islands


Mar 2004  
Lu Wing Chi and Donald Ian Fletcher were appointed to the AGP board

AGP purchased Shop 22, Excelsior Plaza, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong for HK$37.5 million

Jun 2004  
AGP purchased a two hectare development site at Au Pui Wan Street, Sha Tin, Hong Kong for HK$555 million


Sep 2004  
AGP purchased a 2,250 sq.m. development site at 97 Po Kong Village Road (presently renumbered as 99 Po Kong Village Road), San Po Kong, Hong Kong for HK$566 million


Nov 2004  
AGP purchased a 414 sq.m. development site at 223-227 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong for HK$182 million

Nov 2005  
AGP increased its authorised ordinary share capital to 500,000,000 ordinary shares of US$0.05 each

AGP issued 217,693,995 shares to Trans Tasman Properties Limited ("TTP") in satisfaction of the debenture debt between AGP and TTP

Jan 2006  
David Carr Mathewson, Richard Öther Prickett, David Andrew Runciman and Larry Lim were appointed to the AGP board

AGP's ordinary shares were admitted to the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market ("AIM")

Apr 2006  
AGP completed the purchase of a property at 2 Morrison Hill Road adjoining 223-227 Wan Chai Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong (presently known as 28 Yat Sin Street, Hong Kong)

Oct 2006  
AGP acquired certain properties from SEA and was re-admitted to AIM with market capitalization of £323.5M (~HK$5.5B), ranking No. 19 of all AIM companies and No. 1 of AIM property companies focusing on China

May 2007  
AGP launched the sale of residential units of 'The Morrison' at 28 Yat Sin Street, Hong Kong

Jul 2007  
Donald Ian Fletcher stepped down as the Chief Executive Officer and is redesignated from an Executive Director to a Non-Executive Director

Sep 2007  
AGP launched the sale of residential units of The Forest Hills at 99 Po Kong Village Road, Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Jun 2008  
Chan Ka Wing resigned as an Executive Director

Sep 2008  
Lambert Lu was appointed as an Executive Director

Sep 2009  
Provisional agreement for sale and purchase in respect of the sale of 28/F., 9 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong for HK$252.5 million was signed and completion took place in December 2009

Nov 2009  
The Group's 5-star hotel "Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Causeway Bay" at 8 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong commenced operations

Provisional agreement for sale and purchase in respect of the sale of the investment properties of the Ground Floor, First Floor, Second Floor and the Signage Space of The Morrison, No. 28 Yat Sin Street, Hong Kong was signed and completion took place in late March 2010

Completed the sale of the shop at Excelsior Plaza in Hong Kong for HK$100 million

David Carr Mathewson resigned as the Non-Executive Chairman and an Independent Non-Executive Director with effect from 30 November 2009

Mar 2010  
Richard Öther Prickett was appointed as the Non-Executive Director on 18 March 2010

April 2010  
The Group acquired two pieces of land in Longquanyi District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China with a total site area of about 288,000 square metres and will be developed into a large-scale residential and commercial project.

June to August 2010  
The Group acquired eight pieces of land in Kaifeng, Henan Province, China with a total site area of 735,000 square metres and it is proposed to be developed into an comprehensive project with large-scale luxury residential and commercial buildings and hotels.

October 2010  
The Group's large-scale residential and retail development project at Fo Tan. Hong Kong was approved by the Appeal Committee of Town Planning Board.

October 2011  
The Group bought an additional piece of land in Longquanyi District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. Together with the two land lots purchased in 2010, the total site area increases to 506,000 square metres. They will be developed into a large-scale residential and commercial project.

Feb to May 2013  
The Group disposed the commercial podium, all public car parking spaces and all the remaining residential units of The Forest Hills in Hong Kong

March 2014  
Lincoln Lu was appointed as an Executive Director
Lam Sing Tai was appointed as a Non-executive Director

May 2014  
Donald Ian Fletcher resigned as a Non-executive Director

July 2014  
John David Orchard Fulton was appointed as an Independent
Non-executive Director

November 2015  
The Group completed the disposal of development land at Fo Tan, Hong
Kong

April 2016  
The Group disposed of the development project in Kaifeng, Henan
Province, China

May 2016  
The Group completed the disposal of the property of Dah Sing Financial Centre at 108 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

 

August 2016  

The Group disposed of the development project in Huangshan, Anhui Province, China

 

August 2016  
The Group disposed of the development project in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China

November 2016  
The Group acquired an office building known as 20 Moorgate, London, EC2R 6DA in the City of London, United Kingdom

December 2016  
The Company completed the migration from the British Virgin Islands to Bermuda

May 2017  
The Company disposed of its entire non-PRC assets to S E A Holdings Limited ("SEA"), a company listed in Hong Kong (stock code:251). The Company ceased to be a subsidiary of SEA Group after completion of distribution of the Company's shares by SEA to its shareholders.
May 2017  
Mr. Lincoln Lu was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the Group
July 2017  
An unconditional voluntary offer by Ample Capital Limited on behalf of Nan Luen International Limited (“NLI”) to acquire all the issued shares in the Company (other than those AGP shares already owned by NLI and SEA)
September 2017  
Following the close of the share exchange offer, NLI became the significant shareholder of the Company