Hong Kong Property Market: Time to buy or time to sell?
Joint Chamber Event
Hong Kong Property Market: Time to buy or time to sell?Joint Chamber Event
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Hong Kong is a renowned international trade and financial hub for its geographical advantage and free economy. Its property market attracts not only local investors but investors from worldwide. However, like the rest of the world, it also faces its own challenges. We may all be asking "What is the future of Hong Kong’s property market?"
Join us on October 30 as experts and professionals share with you the current situation of Hong Kong’s property market and also explore future prospects. Don't miss this opportunity to learn and network among industry peers.
Wed, October 30, 2019
12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
1/F The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong
Piers Brunner has 28 years of experience in the real estate industry, with 22 years in Asia. He is a Chartered Surveyor with a wealth of experience in valuation, consultancy, and agency services. He has a proven track record in major leasing and investment transactions. Piers leads Knight Frank’s Greater China Board while overseeing the operations of Knight Frank’s business in Greater China.
Savills Hong Kong
Nicholas Bradstreet has over 33 years of experience and possesses a unique understanding of the retail market across Hong Kong and Asia Pacific. During his time at Savills, he has been responsible for assisting some of the world’s biggest retail names to secure flagships in Hong Kong and the Region. Apart from his role as Head of Leasing, overseeing the retail, office and residential teams, he also acts as a key contact between the Savills Asia regional offices and the London headquarter.
Jones Lang LaSalle Limited
Jeremy is the head of Markets APAC for JLL. He is responsible for the office leasing function across APAC. He reports to the APAC CEO and is on the JLL APAC board. In 2018 he took an additional responsibility and leadership of a regional business and sales “transformation” of JLL’s businesses. He has held minor NED role’s for a space start-up as well as starting 2 family businesses, based in the UK and more recently in HK.
Samuel Lai is responsible for managing the Advisory & Transaction Services – Industrial & Logistics business in Hong Kong. He has extensive experience in transacting industrial properties, mega size warehouses leasing and project marketing. Samuel is well regarded as a leader in the local market for his dedication and professionalism.
Moderator: Nigel Smith
As Managing Director of Colliers InternationaI, Nigel is responsible for the strategic direction of the Hong Kong business, to lead the growth and diversification initiatives and develop leadership talent. He oversees all service lines as well as shared services including investment sales, office leasing, strata-title sales, project management, retail leasing, industrial property leasing, residential leasing and sales, valuation and advisory, research, marketing and communications, human resources and finance.Nigel is also a member of the Colliers International Asia Leadership team.