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Fast Facts: Business empire of Andrew L. Tan



Andrew Tan. INQUIRER file photo

MANILA, Philippines—Andrew Tan is the chief executive officer of Alliance Global Group Inc., a holdings company that has interests in food and beverage, real estate and gaming.

He founded Megaworld Corp. in 1989 and has been its CEO and president since its inception. Megaworld’s projects include Newport City, McKinley West and McKinley Hill, and Eastwood City in Metro Manila.

He is the chairman and president of Megaworld Land, Megaworld Globus Asia, Richmonde Hotel Group International Limited, Megaworld Newport Property Holdings, Mactan Oceanview Properties & Holdings, and Yorkshire Holdings.

He is also chairman of Alliance Global Group Cayman Islands, Empire East Land Holdings, Travellers International Hotel Group, Alliance Global Brands and Emperador Distillers.

Travellers International Hotel Group and partner Genting Hong Kong operate Resorts World Manila, the first integrated tourism estate in the country. Food and beverage arm Emperador Distillers produces Emperador, Generoso and Emperador Light brandies and a line of flavored alcoholic beverages called The Bar.

He serves on the boards of Eastwood Cyber One Corp., Megaworld Cayman Islands, Forbes Town Properties & Holdings, Gilmore Property Marketing Associates, Eastwood Cyber One Corp., Megaworld Central Properties, Raffles & Company, The Andresons Group, Consolidated Distillers of the Far East, Townsquare Development and The Bar Beverage.

He is also vice chairman and treasurer of Golden Arches Development Corp. and Golden Arches Realty Corp., and a director and treasurer of Andresons Global.

Golden Arches Development Corp. operates the quick-service restaurant business under the McDonald’s brand.—Inquirer Research

Source: http://www.allianceglobalinc.com, Inquirer Archives


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