Trans Corp (Since 2001)
Trans Corp is the Media, Lifestyle, Retail and Entertainment arm of CT Corp, a diversified holding company with businesses across a wide spectrum of industries. Trans Corp’s businesses include two free to air news and entertainment television broadcast, Pay TV Channel, News Portal, shopping malls and hotels, indoor themepark, franchisee for Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Baskin Robbins and Wendy’s, as well as over 25 international high-end fashion franchises with nearly 90 branded boutiques. Trans Corp also owns majority ownership of Trans Retail Indonesia (formerly Carrefour Indonesia) together with GIC.

Metro first collaborated with Trans Corp in 2001 when it opened its third store in Bandung Supermal. By 2008, Trans Corp had acquired a 40% stake in Metro and in recognising the country’s growing demand for Metro stores, Trans Corp increased its shareholding to 50% in 2010.

Today, Metro Indonesia is one of the leading retailers in the country, housing a wide range of well-known international and local brands. Metro Indonesia currently has 9 stores spread across Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Makassar and Solo.

InfraRed NF China Real Estate Fund (Since 2007)
Headquartered in London with offices in Hong Kong, Sydney and New York, InfraRed Capital Partners (“InfraRed”), is a manager of specialist infrastructure and real estate funds.

Metro’s partnership with InfraRed NF China Real Estate Fund, L.P. (“the Fund”), a fund managed by InfraRed in joint venture with Hong Kong’s Nan Fung Group, started in 2007 with investments in EC Mall, No. 1 Financial Street and Metropolis Tower – in Beijing. In 2009, Metro entered into a joint venture with the Fund and Tesco plc in three Tesco Lifespace malls in Qinhuangdao, Fushun, and Anshan. Another joint venture with the Fund and Tesco plc followed in February 2011 in three new Tesco Lifespace malls in Fuzhou, Xiamen and Shenyang. Metro and the Fund has since divested their interest in all these developments.

In 2015, Metro invested in InfraRed NF China Real Estate Fund II (A), L.P. (“Fund II”). Fund II is the follow-on fund to the Fund. In 2016, we extended the Group's partnership with Fund II through a co-investment in a real estate debt instrument.

Top Spring International Holdings Limited (Since 2011)
Top Spring International Holdings Limited ("Top Spring") is a real estate property developer in the PRC specialising in the development and operation of urban mixed-use communities and the development and sale of residential properties in the Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta, Central China, Beijing-Tianjin and Chengdu-Chongqing regions in the PRC.

Listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited in March 2011, Top Spring's revenue stood at HKD 5.6 billion for the year ended 31 December 2016. Metro increased its strategic voting stake in Top Spring from 5% at the initial public offering to 19% in FY2014 for S$86 million. Prior to raising its stake, in FY2013, Metro invested equity of S$48.0 million for 30% in Nanchang Top Spring Real Estate Co., Ltd, a partnership with Top Spring. Known as the Nanchang Fashion Mark and located at Hong Gu Tan Central Business District in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province in the PRC, the mixed-use development initially had total leasable/saleable GFA of approximately 780,000 square metres of which just over half has been presold as at 31 March 2017.

In December 2013, Metro acquired a 30% stake in Shanghai Shama Century Park from Top Spring for RMB 524 million. The property operated as serviced apartments with a total of 284 residential units across a total gross floor area of approximately 49,357 sqm. 245 residential units have been sold as at 31 March 2017.

On 1 July 2014, Top Spring became an associated company of the Metro Group when Metro's nominated representative was appointed to the board of directors of Top Spring as non-executive director.

Wing Tai Holdings Limited (Since 2012)
Wing Tai Holdings Limited ("Wing Tai") was incorporated in Singapore on 9 August 1963. Wing Tai is today Singapore’s leading property developer and lifestyle company reputed for quality and design. The principal activity of the company, listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange since 1989, is that of an investment holding company with a keen focus on growth markets in Asia. The core businesses of the Wing Tai group of companies, including Wing Tai Malaysia Berhad in Malaysia, Wing Tai Properties Limited in Hong Kong and Wing Tai (China) Investment Pte Ltd in China, comprise property development and investment, hospitality management and lifestyle retail. With more than S$4.5 billion in total assets, Wing Tai has an extensive landbank of choice sites in Asia’s prime locations. In late 2012, Metro invested in a 40% held joint venture with Wing Tai to jointly develop The Crest at Prince Charles, a signature residential condominum at Prince Charles Crescent in Singapore.

Scarborough Group International (Since 2014)
Founded by Kevin McCabe in 1980, Scarborough Group International ("Scarborough") has grown from a UK based real estate developer and investor into a global organisation focussing predominantly on real estate with other past and present business interests in Europe, North America, Australia, Hong Kong, India, China and the United Kingdom.

Scarborough is now in its fourth decade of business, having developed into a global group with a diverse portfolio. It has a comprehensive investment portfolio which encompasses all aspects of real estate, interests in leisure - most notably a 50% stake in Sheffield United Foodball Club - as well as additional investments in a number of other sectors.

In July 2014, Metro entered into a joint venture with the Scarborough Group acquiring a 25% stake in two land plots for GBP5.7 million in Manchester, United Kingdom - Middlewood Locks (a predominantly residential mixed-use development) and Milliners Wharf The Hat Box (a 144 new build residential development). The collaboration was further strengthened in February 2016, when Metro participated in another joint venture with the Scarborough Group to develop two office buildings on a site in Sheffield, United Kingdom.