SHAPING THE FUTURE OF MALAYSIAN REAL ESTATE

Find out what’s the real prognosis for Malaysia’s property market? Where are the greatest areas of risk and the most unexplored opportunities? How can you position your business for maximum advantage? The PropertyGuru Malaysia Real Estate Summit is an unmissable day-long forum encouraging leading names from all corners of the industry to come together to explore these questions. Join us for the first conference of the year to be briefed on the dynamics driving Asia’s – and Malaysia’s – rapidly changing real estate markets.

  • 18+ EXPERT SPEAKERS
  • 10 ENGAGING SESSIONS
  • 5 NETWORKING BREAKS

Programmes

  • 08.00 - 09.00
    Registration and breakfast
  • 09.00 - 09.05
    Opening remarks
  • 09.05 - 09.15
    Keynote Address: Malaysia Real Estate Market Outlook

    Speaker: Dato’ Lee Chee Leong, Deputy Minister of Finance, Ministry of Finance Malaysia
  • 09.15 - 09.25
    Keynote Address

    Speaker: Datuk Seri FD Iskandar bin Mohamed Mansor
    President, REHDA
  • 09.25 - 10.10
    China’s One Belt, One Road: How will it reshape Malaysia Real Estate Market?

    China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) is a highly ambitious economic and diplomatic initiative set to transform trade in Asia. With the potential to become perhaps the world’s largest platform for regional collaboration, it’s no surprise that it’s one of the biggest stories in Asian business right now. But what does this mean for Malaysia – already one of the worlds great trading country’s – and how can real estate developers prepare to take advantage of this?

    Speaker: Rafiq Jumabhoy, Managing Principal, Orkney Investments Malaysia
  • 10.10 - 10.55
    Insights into Property Valuations for Development Lands

    Property Valuations for development lands are important because they constitute the entry level price for a developer to understake any development. If the entry level price is too high, higher than what it ought to be, then it would have a major impact on not only the profitability of the development but it will have down-the-line consequences for the end purchasers of property and that will have knock on effects on the overall price level for various units of development such as commercial spaces and residential properties whether landed or not landed. This presentation will reveal the mechanics of value with a discounted cash flow model for an in-depth understanding of the price of a development land and will also go further and suggest ways in which, in the medium to long term, the price for development land can be brought down in the market place for the ultimate benefit of consumers.

    Speaker: Elvin Fernandez, Managing Director, Khong & Jaafar, Malaysia
  • 10.55 - 11.10
    Networking break
  • 11.10 - 11.25
    Diversifying into Singapore real estate

    Should Malaysian investors look across the causeway to
    diversify its real estate investments and as a currency
    hedge? Malaysian developers have increased their
    investment activity in the island state this year on
    expectations that property prices there could be bottoming out. This short talk looks at Singapore’s real estate investments and if the time is ripe for investors to start exploring property purchases there.

    Speaker: Christine Li, Director, Head of Research, Singapore, Cushman & Wakefield
  • 11.25 - 12.00
    Case Study: Building a smart, green, self-sustaining city of the future

    Developers with large-scale ambitions have a unique opportunity – to create cities and buildings of the future. Architect Nicholas Ho knows a thing or two about this, having masterminded the hugely ambitious ‘New Manila Bay – City of Pearl’, a major project between the Philippines and Chinese governments as part of the One Belt, One Road initiative. The city is designed to be as efficient as possible, being run by artificial intelligence. It is also green, self-sustaining, and not dependent on anything or anyone else.

    In this short talk Ho describes his vision for the project, and how plans City of Pearl will be a regional frontrunner in many respects.

    Speaker: Nicholas Ho, Deputy Managing Director, hpa (Ho & Partners Architects)
  • 12.00  - 13.30
    Networking lunch - Serena Breaaserie, Lobby Level

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