You are cordially invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:00L (GMT +8 Hong Kong SAR)
Topic: Investing in Real Estate – Demand for Co-Living in Asia
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Webinar Panel Speakers
Jason Eggleton (Acquisition & Development Manager @Highgate Management Pty Ltd & Fortis Bridge)
Jason has been able to acquire numerous sites off market and manage the development application process achieving development approval thus enabling financially rewarding outcomes. With excellent stakeholder management skills and good local government relationships he has been involved with the acquisition of englobo land for subdivision, the development of industrial, commercial, mixed use, affordable housing, (boardinghouses) and medium/high density residential development that have all been approved and delivered.
Mark Power (Senior Director & Head of Build to Rent Fund @Qualitas)
Mark has over 25 years in structuring and executing on commercial and corporate finance transactions at NAB, ANZ and CBA. Prior to joining Qualitas he held several roles within Corporate Property, National Australia Bank over a period of 16 years, the last 9 years as Director. His role included origination and execution of complex property transactions, to a client base consisting of Melbourne’s ultra high net worth private family groups.
Eli Konvitz (Director Urban Development & Design SE Asia @Atkins Global)
Eli leads Atkins’ urban development advisory and master-planning consultancy for South East Asia, and is Chair of Atkins’ Urban Planning Global Network. He also Committee Chair for Programming at ULI – Urban Land Institute Hong Kong. He is a strategic thinker and professional in the fields of city-building and the global built environment, bringing together knowledge of urban development with leadership and relationship management skills, commercial acumen, and project delivery. Chief interests include future-proofing cities, large-scale urbanisation, transit oriented development, and the public realm.
Daniel Parker (General Manager- Gold Coast @Macroplan)
Daniel Parker is MacroPlan’s General Manager – Gold Coast. Daniel joined MacroPlan in 2010 and has been directly involved in urban economic analysis and strategic economic planning for the past ten years. Daniel’s experience and expertise lie in defining and analysing key economic relationships, inputs and outputs relevant to a specific development or region. Daniel takes a holistic approach to strategic economics, economic planning and analysis and this “real world” grounding has influenced the conceptual planning of large scale developments as well as regional strategies throughout Australia.
I hope you can make the time to join us for what promises to be a fascinating discussion and market insights into a new growth area of interest within the real estate segment.