Property Comm. Presents: A Deeper Look at the Global Economic Impacts on Hong Kong’s Property MarketMarch 1, 2018, 12:00-14:00
Hong Kong SAR, ChinaMember Price: HKD 210Non-Member Price: HKD 315
Hong Kong SAR, China
Property Committee Presents:
A Deeper Look at the Global Economic Impacts on Hong Kong’s Property Market in the Year of the Dog
Date: Thursday, March 1st, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Venue: Colliers International,
Suite 5701, Central Plaza,
18 Harbour Road,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tickets: Members: HK $210
Non Members: HK $315
About the Event:
How will global trends affect Hong Kong’s property market, will the year of the dog be all bark and no bite? Regional market dynamics and a barometer of Hong Kong’s property are good measures of what is to come, what will disrupt, and what to prepare for.
Executive Director, Colliers International
Andrew joined Colliers International in early 2016 and is responsible for directing the research output across the regional offices in Asia. He drives his team with an integrated and client-centric research approach, delivering strategic, forward-looking market insights for the benefit of clients and Colliers.
He has 29 years of experience of equity, strategy and property research, including 15 years in Asia. Before joining Colliers, Andrew worked with global investment banks and covered a whole range of industrial and service sectors, including real estate. He has deep expertise in strategic analysis, forecasting, accounting and valuation, and has a good understanding of regional and global trends and their impact on markets.
Director, Colliers International
Daniel has over 20 years of experience in large-scale land planning and development projects across the Greater China region. Throughout that time, he has positioned himself as a proficient consultant, working together with clients to optimize projects in real estate and land development. Daniel has led consulting teams of up to 80 people, researching and advising some of China’s up-and-coming cities in trending topics such as sustainability and better living.
His experience in observing and assessing the direct impact of factors such as globalization, climate change, and aging population on real estate capital values allows Colliers and our clients in-depth insights into the industry and its different sectors.
Managing Director, Colliers International
As Managing Director of Colliers InternationaI, Nigel is responsible for the strategic direction of the Hong Kong business, to lead the growth and diversification initiatives and develop leadership talent. He oversees all service lines as well as shared services including investment sales, office leasing, strata-title sales, project management, retail leasing, industrial property leasing, residential leasing and sales, valuation and advisory, research, marketing and communications, human resources and finance.
Nigel is also a member of the Colliers International Asia Leadership team.