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*WAITING LIST* KPMG Presents: The China Series 2014 - Urbanization in China: Profound Impacts
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*WAITING LIST* KPMG Presents: The China Series 2014 - Urbanization in China: Profound Impacts

The scale of urbanization in China is massive, accelerating and unprecedented. This will have a profound impact on the economic and social fabric of China. This will create opportunities on industries related to: property, medical sector and agribusiness. What kind of trends will emerge and how will these trends affect your company’s strategy in China?

When: Wednesday, August 27th, 2014
From 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: Harcourt Suite
The Hong Kong Club
1 Jackson Road
Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho

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The scale of urbanizationin China is massive, accelerating and unprecedented and will have a profound impact on the economic and social fabric of China. The real estate industry in particular will be affected by this massive urbanization process.

Panelists will discuss:
  • How the urbanization process currently affects the Chinese property market
  • How your company can leverage the opportunities and deal with the challenges of urbanizationin China
  • The impacts urbanization will have on sustainable development & urban innovation
  • How the urbanization process will affect infrastructure growth
This event is jointly hosted by The Canadian Chamber's
China Business Committee and the Property Committee
About the Panelists:
David Frey
Partner, Management Consulting
KPMG Global China Practice

David Frey is the China Head for Strategy and Operations Consulting at KPMG. In this capacity, he advises multinational companies, Chinese companies and various branches of the China government on a variety of strategic projects.David has spent nearly twenty years in industry and consulting roles, leading strategy and business transformation programs for clients in China, across Asia Pacific and in the Americas.More...
Chris Brooke
Executive Managing Director
CBRE Consulting, Asia Pacific

Mr. Brooke is the Executive Managing Director, Consulting, Asia Pacific, which involves the strategic oversight of all of the consulting and advisory work undertaken by CBRE throughout the Asia Pacific region. He is also a member of the Asia Pacific Strategic Group within CBRE, which is responsible for the formulation and implementation of business strategy within Asia Pacific.Mr. Brooke is a Chartered Surveyor with over twenty years of experience in various fields of the property industry.More...
David Faulkner
Executive Director
Colliers International

David Faulkner is anExecutive Director of Colliers International responsible for valuation and advisory services in the Asian region. He joined Colliers International in 2003 after 15 years with Insignia Brooke, and has been based in Asia for over 29 years. He is an experienced professional, responsible for the preparation of all the firm’s valuation and professional services assignments.More...
John Lam
Vice Chairman & Executive Director
Nan Fung Property Holdings Limited

John Lam is Vice Chairman & Executive Director of Nan Fung Property Holdings Ltd. Including his various duties, he is responsible for property development and investment in Mainland China. Earlier in his career, he
worked for Dah Sing Group as Executive Director.Previously, he joined HSBC Canada in Toronto, and subsequently moved to New York with HSBC U.S.A.More...
Simon Smith
Senior Director,
Savills Hong Kong

Simon heads Research and Consultancy at Savills Hong Kong where he has over 20 years of experience of Asian real estate consultancy and is based in Hong Kong. Simon has worked with most of Hong Kong's major developers providing consultancy services for a wide range of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects. His work typically includes feasibility studies, forecasting models, retail centrere-positioningpapers and market surveys.More...

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