AustCham Shanghai Event to Discuss China’s Real Estate Investment in 2011 and Beyond
The commercial property investment volumes are increasing globally, due to further improvements in business and investor confidence. Amongst the many investment destinations, China is now the 4th most popular market for cross-border investment by mid-2010.
How is the current situation of foreign capital flow into China? What are the possible impacts of government regulations on insurance company in the China real estate market? Would the appreciation of RMB affect the cross-border investment? Despite the prosperity of 1st tier cities, what are the opportunities for investing in the 2nd and 3rd tier cities in China?
Join AustCham Shanghai and Greg Hyland, Regional Director for Asia Capital Markets, Jones Lang LaSalle, for his comments and insights on the outlook of China’s Real Estate Investment Market in 2011 and beyond.
Greg Hyland, Regional Director, Asia Capital Markets, Jones Lang LaSalle
Greg Hyland has extensive experience in the Commercial Real Estate industry in both Australia and China. Being active in China market for more than 8 years, Greg has complete numerous leasing transactions for multinational companies and investment transactions including Lujiazui Development Group’s acquisition to POS Plaza, the sale of Shanghai Racquet Club & Apartment, the sale of 21st Century Tower, the sale of Goodman China Industrial Portfolio, and the sale of INCITY retail mall portfolio. Now based in Shanghai, Greg is part of the Capital Markets Team advising investors on acquisitions and dispositions.
Time: 8:00 AM
Venue: The Westin Bund Center Shanghai
Address: 88 Henan Central Road 上海市河南中路88号
Member Price: 190
Non-Member Price: 290
08.00am – 08.30am Registration, Breakfast and Networking
08.30am – 09.30am Presentation and Q&A
09.30am – 10.00am Networking and Event Concludes
Note: The entrance fee includes breakfast at The Westin Bund Centre.
Reserve your attendance by Monday 17 January with Helen Li, Administrative Assistant via email: email@example.com Cancellation Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing 24 hours in advance. AustCham will pass on any costs incurred for no shows to the persons concerned.