ANREV Munich Briefing

25 Jun 2019

Location: Munich

                                                                                                                                                                      Sponsored by

China’s Boom and Bust Economy and what this means for its Real Estate Market

ANREV is pleased to invite you to an afternoon briefing in Munich on Tuesday 25th June 2019.

Despite a recent slow-down, China’s economy continues to grow at a rate that outpaces the majority of developed economies, with the IMF forecasting GDP of 6.2% in 2019. Against this backdrop, the country’s real estate market presents numerous investment opportunities, which both domestic and international investors are increasingly eager to gain exposure to. Please join us for this session in which we discuss China’s broader economy and how this relates to its  real estate market, in particular, looking at recent policy changes and the subsequent market dislocation and what this means for investors.

Details

 

Date

: Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Agenda

: 15:00  Registration and Tea

 

: 15:20  Welcome Address

  Alan Dalgleish, Chief Executive, ANREV

 

: 15:30  Presentation

   Lijian Chen, Senior Executive President, COS Capital

  : 16:30  Moderated Q&A session
  : 17:00  Networking drinks
Venue

: DLA Piper office, Maximilianstraße 2, Munich, 80539, Germany

Fee : Free of charge
RSVP : Please email to events@anrev.org

Speakers bios followed:

Alan Dalgleish FRICS

Chief Executive

ANREV

Alan is responsible for leading ANREV's Executive Office team and for working with ANREV's Board to implement the Association's strategic growth plans in Asia Pacific.

Alan has an extensive real estate background, principally in research, consulting and capital markets, having spent over 30 years working in real estate markets throughout Asia.

Previously, Alan was based in Singapore where he was responsible for the Consulting business line in Asia of CBRE, a leading commercial real estate service provider. Prior to that he was Country Manager in the Philippines for Colliers. He worked for many years in Hong Kong, for leading investor and developer Hongkong Land, a member of the Jardine Group of companies, as well as for investment bank Société Générale.

Alan is a graduate of Edinburgh University and arrived in Hong Kong in 1982. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a recent graduate of the Financial Times Non-Executive Director Diploma Asia programme. He currently serves as a non-executive director of GRESB, an organisation providing ESG benchmarking for real assets.

 

Lijian Chen

Senior Executive President

COS Capital

Lijian has overall responsibility for cross-border investment activities and is a member of the firm’s Investment Committee. An industry veteran, Lijian has held previous roles including Managing Director & Head of Global Real Estate (Greater China) at UBS Global Asset Management, Global Head of Research & Strategy also at UBS Global Asset Management, Principal - Investment Strategies Group at Lend Lease Real Estate Investments as well as various other investment positions at Boston Financial, SSR Realty Advisors and MetLife Realty Group.

Lijian sits on the Board of Asia Pacific Real Estate Association and the Advisory Board of the Global Chinese Real Estate Congress. He was a board member of American Real Estate Society from 2004 to 2009 and a member of the Advisory Board of Real Estate Research Institute from 2003 to 2008. From 2004-2009, he was a member of the Editorial Boards for Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management and Journal of Real Estate Literature. Lijian holds a PhD from MIT,  an MS from UBC and a BArch from Tsinghua University.

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