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The outlook for Canadian real estate remains generally quite positive while China faces the challenges of a slowing economy, declining property sales and stagnant pricing.

26/09/2014
When: Friday, September 26th, 2014
12:30 PM
Where: KPMG Office
8/F, Prince's Building
10 Chater Road
Central,Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho


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Date:Friday, September 26th, 2014
Time:12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
VenueKPMG Office
8/F, Prince's Building
10 Chater Road
Central,Hong Kong
Price:Members $200 / Non-Members $300
(Business Lunch Included)

About the Event:

The outlook for Canadian real estate remains generally quite positive while China faces the challenges of a slowing economy, declining property sales and stagnant pricing.
  • Will the Chinese real estate market recover?
  • Will it further liberalize and open up to foreign investors/developers?
  • What is driving some of the large Chinese developers to invest abroad?
  • Is the consensus view on Canada real estate right?
  • Why is Canadian property so attractive to Chinese capital?
  • Are we in the early days of a growing trend?
  • What lies ahead?
Don't miss this opportunity to hear directly from leading experts on both the Canadian and Chinese real estate markets!
This event is jointly hosted by The Canadian Chamber's
China Business Committee and the Property Committee
About thePanelists:
Lorne Burns
Partner, Audit
National Industry Leader, Real Estate
KPMG LLP


After heading KPMG’s Audit Practice in Toronto for 6 years, Lorne Burns has resumed his role as an audit partner in Vancouver’s Real Estate Practice and was recently appointed KPMG Canada’s National Industry Leader, Real Estate. Previously, Lorne was a Partner in KPMG’s Greater Vancouver Area business unit practicing exclusively in the real estate and hospitality industries. Mr. Burns has served some of BC’s largest real estate corporations and has been a lecturer on real estate for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia and financial literacy for the Rotman School of Business. In addition to his audit roles, Lorne spent 4 years as KPMG Canada’s Chief Human Resource Officer.
Andrew Ness
Head of Research, North Asia atDTZ
Lead ULI Research ConsultantatUrban Land Institute - Asia Pacific


Andrew Ness, who assumed the position of Head of Research, North Asia with DTZ in July 2013, brings to this position nearly 25 years of experience working in the Greater China and Asia real estate services field. Prior to joining DTZ, Andrew worked for the Urban Land Institute, Asia Pacific as Lead Research Consultant, ULI Asia Pacific and served CB Richard Ellis as Executive Director, Asia Research and Director, Greater China Global Research & Consulting for 16 years. Prior to working for CB Richard Ellis, Andrew worked for five years for Tian An China Investments Company Ltd. In the capacity of Manager, Corporate Promotion & Research. Prior to this appointment, in the nearly 10 years in which Andrew lived and worked in Mainland China, he served as Deputy Representative with the National Council for U.S. China Trade in Beijing and played an instrumental role in the opening of the first Richard Ellis Ltd. Office in Beijing as well as its first branch office in Taiwan.
Moderator
Stuart Mercier
Vice President
Brookfield Property Group

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