Is the following sentence correct in terms of the use of "of which?" Thank you for your help.
- In 1990, he founded the real estate investment company, of which total assets now reach $50 million.
Disclaimer: I'm not a teacher.
It is okay to me. But for what reason you have to put "of which" in front of "total assets"? For emphasis? If not, I would suggest putting it back into its normal order, "total assets of which now reach $50 million"?
Anyway, I have seen such kind of construction before, say,
Of the children, two have been killed.
but not in the structure of your example.