Staying ahead of the curve with insights on Asian industry trends
CHINA – 31 October 2019 – Despite Sino-U.S. trade tensions, the future of the Asian property market remains promising and lucrative, attracting capital from financial institutions all over the world. MIPIM Asia Summit sits at the intersection of global, economic, societal and technological trends impacting the real estate industry.
Property magnates, investment experts and tech gurus are among the top talents who will speak at MIPIM Asia 2019 on November 26-27.
The MIPIM Asia Summit agenda gives a unique opportunity to showcase the future of the built environment that will enable economic growth, sustainable performance and community cohesion within the region. More than 30 leading speakers will address the 950-strong audience over the course of a packed two-day conference programme with an overarching theme of “Engaging the Future of Asian Markets”.
The summit aims to highlight Asia Pacific inbound and outbound investment flows, regional development opportunities and retail real estate trends through a list of key industry luminaries of the Asian property industry.
Dr. Y K Pang, Chairman of the Hong Kong Tourism Board, will inaugurate MIPIM Asia 2019 with a speech on Nov 26 at the opening ceremony. Ms. Isabel Fan, Regional Director of Tesla, and Gloria Siu, Assistant General Manager of K11 Concepts Ltd., will shed light on how the retail sector is diversifying into mixed-use schemes to improve customer experience.
Stanley Ching, Senior Managing Director of CITIC Capital Holdings Limited, and Christopher Lee, Managing Director & Head of Corporate Ratings, Asia Pacific, S&P Global Ratings, are amongst the many prominent speakers. They will weigh in on investment strategies in the Greater Bay Area and the trajectory of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Regional heavyweights such as Mr. Justin Chiu from Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited and Mr. Kenneth Gaw, President and Managing Principal of Gaw Capital Partners are hosting the highly anticipated annual “Meet the Chairmen” seminar, encouraging open dialogue regarding the future of Asia’s property markets. Ms. Vanessa Cheung, Group Managing Director of Nan Fung Development, will also showcase how Nan Fung successfully transformed from a textile manufacturer into a global conglomerate with investment interests around the world.
All talks and seminars will take place at MIPIM Asia’s conference venue, the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, where more than 950 delegates from across the region are expected to gather for what is recognised as APAC’s premier property conference and networking summit.