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Shark announces global campaign looking for GKI investors

Fisherman Bay Hotel
Fisherman Bay Hotel

THE Shark is circling Great Keppel Island again, only this time its investors being lured rather than popular support.

Greg Norman is in Brisbane today to announce a global campaign looking for investors for Tower Holdings $600 million redevelopment on the island.

Norman is Ambassador for the development, which includes an 18-hole championship golf course designed by him.

Along with Great White Shark Enterprises, Tower Holdings has engaged global agents Jones Lang LaSalle to source international investors.

Investment bank, Moelis & Company, has been engaged as lead financial advisor to the Project.

The Morning Bulletin will be speaking with Tower Holdings later today.

Topics:  great keppel island, greg norman




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