Below is a partial excerpt from each of the pages followed by link to each page, which can also be found under Value Investors tab above.
Kerr Neilson is by birth a South African. He soon established his reputation as an investment expert. During 1987, he had successfully detoured the notorious global equities market collapse at BT Australia, the Australian arm of Bankers Trust where he was working as a fund supervisor. He left British Telecom in 1993 to start his own finance management assemblage, Platinum Asset Management, with George Soros as a client and founding shareholder.
Kerr Neilson resource page.
Starting almost from scratch, simply by picking stocks and companies for investment, Sampat was often referred to as a guru. He came across as being obsessed with moneymaking. Nevertheless, he was amongst the most objective and emotionally detached persons you are likely to meet in a lifetime. Moreover, that includes detachment with money. His emotional intelligence especially his ability to defer gratification was probably his most important strength.
Chandrakant Sampat resource page.
Lee Shau-Kee is a Hong Kong based real estate tycoon and majority owner of Henderson Land Development, a property conglomerate with interests in properties, hotels, restaurants and internet services. As of March 2015 according to Forbes, Lee is listed as the 27th richest person in the world. His personal wealth is estimated to be $24 billion and ranked as the second wealthiest man in Hong Kong.
Dr Lee Shau Kee resource page