Caleb Chan and Tom Chan are Hong Kong-born billionaire brothers. They are currently living in Canada, and their family is one of the most financially successful families in the country. Currently, the Chan family has an estimated net worth of $1.05 billion and it has consistently been ranked as one of the 100 richest families in the country.
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Caleb Chan is a co-founder of Burrand International Holdings Inc, where he serves as the President, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman. He also serves as the Executive Director of this company. He is also a Director of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, UBC Properties Trust and Belkorp Industries Inc. Since July 2006, he was serving as a Director of HSBC Bank Canada and HSBC Canada Asset Trust.
University of Columbia’s Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
Caleb Chan and Tom Chan are also passionate philanthropists, and they are widely renowned for the donation of $10 million they made in support of the University of Columbia’s Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Their father, Chan Shun, was the founder of the Crocodile Garments Ltd. This is a Hong Kong garment and textile firm that was later sold to Lim Por Yen, a Hong Kong tycoon.