Hong Kong court tasked to name administrators of Stanley Ho’s estate after family members fail to reach agreement

A Hong Kong court has been asked to name the administrators of late gaming tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun’s vast and complex multibillion-dollar estate after his surviving children and grandchildren failed to reach an agreement.Ho, who was counted as one of Asia’s richest men while he ran the continent’s largest casino empire for half a century, died without leaving a will on May 26 last year at the age of 98, survived by three of his four wives and 15 of his 17 children.But the exact size of his…


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