Dr Stephen Suen | Founding Chairman
Marga Group | Myanmar

Dr Stephen Suen, Founding Chairman, Marga Group

Dr. Stephen Suen is the Founding Chairman of Marga Group of companies actively leading the various Marga initiatives in Myanmar. He has over 30 years of international experience in the world of real estate, finance, telecommunication and management of private and public companies. He is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, UK. He is also a Fellow of Certified Public Accountants Australia and a Fellow of HK Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He received his Bachelor degree in Economics from the University of Hong Kong and a Master of Commerce degree from the University of New South Wales. He also received a master and a doctorate degree in Buddhism from the University of Hong Kong.

Stephen was one of the founding team members of Macquarie Bank, serving as Head of Property Asia. He was a director of Macquarie Goodman and Macquarie Retail Management (Asia). He was also the Asia Pacific Director of Century 21 Real Estate and the Managing Director of Treasure Land Property Consultants. He is an advisor to Hong Kong Institute of Real Estate and was appointed previously by the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Government to serve in Hong Kong’s Estate Agents Authority as a founding committee member.

As a successful entrepreneur, Stephen established Treasure Land Property Consultants, a leading property consultancy in Hong Kong, China-way Corporation, a Chinese business advisory firm, and Global Call, a telecommunications company in Hong Kong. He recently founded Marga Global Investment as a Myanmar-focused investment vehicle for investors in Europe and Asia. He was selected and awarded Personality of the Year by Myanmar Property Awards in 2015.

He is married with one son. In his leisure time, he enjoys swimming, collecting Chinese antiques, calligraphy, reading and music.


REIW Asia 2017 day 1 @ 14:30


  • Opportunities for multi-purpose developments
  • Is there an opportunity in traditional office space, given the undersupply in Yangon and the non-traditional space used by some big businesses?
  • Will the 2016 Condominium Law, permitting foreign investors to own up to 40% of a condo building buoy interest in the residential sector?
  • How much perceived risk is there for investors in Myanmar? Is it still just too hard for most?
last published: 30/Sep/19 03:05 GMT

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