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About Lippo Group

Lippo Group is one of Asia's largest and most diversified conglomerates, operating in various sectors including real estate, retail, hospitality, healthcare, education, media, telecommunications, digital technologies, financial services, and global investments. The company offers a wide range of services such as property development, retail operations, healthcare provision, education services, media and telecommunications services, digital technology investments, and financial services. It primarily serves the Indonesian market, but also has operations globally. It is based in Tangerang, Indonesia.

Headquarters Location

7 Boulevard Palem Raya #22-00 Menara Matahari Lippo Karawaci Central

Tangerang, 15811,




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UOB seeks $92 million in losses from developer over inflated home loans

Jan 30, 2024

The loans were intended for purchasing 38 units in Marina Collection, a high-end waterfront residential enclave developed and sold by LMC, a subsidiary of Indonesia’s Lippo Group. PHOTO: ST FILE SINGAPORE - UOB is seeking to get $92 million from Indonesian developer Lippo Marina Collection (LMC) over losses incurred from disbursing approximately $182 million in inflated home loans. The Appellate Division of the High Court had in Oct 2022 overturned an earlier decision, finding LMC liable for using unlawful means in a conspiracy with real estate agents to sell properties to be financed by UOB. A three-day hearing that started on Jan 29 is focused on determining the amount of losses UOB is entitled to. The housing loans, granted and disbursed between Dec 2011 and Sept 2013, were intended for the purchase of 38 units in Marina Collection, a high-end waterfront residential enclave developed and sold by LMC, a subsidiary of Indonesia’s Lippo Group. UOB, represented by lawyer Eddee Ng of Tan Kok Quan Partnership, is not only seeking to recover the outstanding principal amount of the housing loans but also the cost of funding those loans, expenses related to investigations into the conspiracy, and costs associated with the repossession of the units. Additionally, UOB aims to quantify its claims by considering what it could have earned from lending the funds to legitimate borrowers, along with statutory interest on the outstanding principal sum of the loan. The long legal battle started in 2014 and concluded in 2022. In a decision dated Oct 28, 2022, the Appellate Division of the High Court found that LMC had issued an option to purchase (OTP) to each buyer, intentionally providing false or inflated purchase prices for their respective units. The furniture rebates, which were not disclosed to UOB, inflated the prices of individual properties in OTP forms by the value of the rebates. These misrepresentations were deemed pivotal as the entire financing and conveyancing processes for the 38 units were directly influenced by the inflated purchase prices. LMC’s failure to disclose the actual purchase prices was seen as an effort to secure a loan higher than what would be obtainable if the furniture rebates had been accurately presented to UOB, noted Mr Ng in his opening statement. “The conspiracy was planned by Lippo’s director, Ms Woo Pui Lim, and the second defendant, Rick Goh, to brazenly circumvent the Government’s property cooling measures,” said Mr Ng, pointing out that LMC had collaborated with the purchasers to deceive UOB. The 124-unit Marina Collection was launched for sale in late 2007, but only 42 units were sold by March 10, 2011, after a series of cooling measures were introduced. By Dec 2013, 36 buyers had defaulted on their loans. By April 1, 2015, all 38 buyers had defaulted on their loans. More On This Topic UOB’s executive director and head of group credit management Kenneth Gan testified on the first day of the hearing that the conspiracy resulted in UOB suffering losses amounting to about $92 million after it financed more than 100 per cent of the purchase prices of the condominiums. The court heard that as part of the bank’s efforts to mitigate losses, the repossessed units were rented out for rental income. As at Oct 31, 2023, UOB had collected about $24.5 million in rental income. By Oct 6, 2023, the market value of the 37 units, excluding one unrepossessed unit, was $139.48 million. Meanwhile, Senior Counsel Siraj Omar of Drew & Napier, representing LMC, argued that UOB failed to discharge its obligation to mitigate loss. He highlighted UOB’s limited marketing efforts and questioned UOB’s entitlement to seek statutory interest, emphasising that the interest sought forms a significant portion of the total claim. Mr Omar noted in his opening statement that UOB had benefited from rental and loan repayments over time, and the units served as security. Hence, UOB should not be entitled to seek statutory interest. Mr Ng argued that UOB’s claim for statutory interest was based on the principle that such interest is intended to compensate a successful plaintiff for being wrongfully kept out of the monies to which it is entitled and reflected UOB’s cautious approach in quantifying damages. During his cross-examination of Mr Gan on Jan 29, Mr Omar also pointed out that there was no attempt by UOB to market the properties even when property prices were rising, citing prices taken from Urban Redevelopment Authorities’ caveats. According to UOB’s own evidence, the bank marketed only two units for sale from 2013 to 2014, and decided by Aug 26, 2014 not to sell any of the units. It only revived its marketing efforts in 2023 by promoting two units, Mr Omar said in his opening statement. Mr Gan explained that besides the Covid-19 pandemic, UOB was waiting for the outcome of the litigation. At some point in 2023, the bank put up two units to “test the market”, but “in the six months that we tried, there was no offer”, said Mr Gan. More On This Topic

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