2022 ULI Singapore Annual Conference


2022-02-22T09:30:00 - 2022-02-22T18:00:00

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    2022-02-22T13:45:00 - 2022-02-22T14:00:00
    Welcome Remarks
    2022-02-22T10:00:00 - 2022-02-22T11:30:00
    Workshop: Considerations in Readapting vs Rebuilding A Real Estate Asset
    2022-02-22T10:00:00 - 2022-02-22T11:30:00
    2022-02-22T12:30:00 - 2022-02-22T13:30:00
    [Closed Door] ULI Singapore Mentorship Programme Launch
    2022-02-22T14:00:00 - 2022-02-22T14:45:00
    Keynote Address by Minister Desmond Lee, Ministry for National Development
    2022-02-22T15:00:00 - 2022-02-22T15:45:00
    Repurposing Real Estate for The Evolving Community Preferences
    2022-02-22T15:45:00 - 2022-02-22T16:15:00
    Refreshment Break
    2022-02-22T16:15:00 - 2022-02-22T17:00:00
    Future of Living
    2022-02-22T17:00:00 - 2022-02-22T17:45:00
    Closing Keynote – Building Back Better a Net Zero World
    2022-02-22T17:45:00 - 2022-02-22T18:00:00
    The Wrap-Up
    2022-02-22T09:30:00 - 2022-02-22T11:00:00
    Up Close & Personal Leadership Series (students only)
    Singapore’s real estate market has proven its resilience during times of turbulence and uncertainty, with an estimated growth of 7% for 2021. Singapore remains one of the region’s most appealing cities for investments and the top city in terms of development prospects.
    The focus for ULI Singapore is to continue to exchange and synthesise the collective knowledge and new learnings amongst developers, investors, urban planners and public policy makers so that we can keep shaping the future of our built environment for the current and future generations of Singaporeans. The 2022 ULI Singapore Annual Conference will discuss strategic long-term plans for Singapore’s land use, the continued relevance of Singapore as a vibrant place for work-live-play-rejuvenate by both Singaporeans and visitors, and how our real estate can be rewired to support a sustainable future for generations to come.
    The Conference is planned to be primarily physical with digital access for delegates who are unable to attend in person. Join us and reconvene with ULI members and friends to challenge preconceived notions and shift mindsets towards new possibilities.
    For in-person attendees, please note the following: ULI Singapore will require all delegates to be fully vaccinated which will be checked on the TraceTogether App. Please download the app PRIOR to attending the event. Entry would not be permitted for any delegates who are non-compliant.

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    Kabi Subramaniam

    Associate Principal, Asset Services Leader, Arup Singapore Pte Ltd

    Kabi leads the Asset Services team in Arup’s Singapore office. Starting his career as a structural design engineer, he has worked on several projects in Australia prior to joining the façade team in Singapore. After years of inspecting existing building facades and advising clients about potential risks on a portfolio of buildings, Kabi now focuses on existing assets and have a keen interest in remote monitoring and assessing assets using digital tools and technology. As a chartered engineer, he values the important of adoption of digital technology and generative design in meeting key drivers in the design and delivery of projects particularly in view of changing market trends and climate change. Utilising his experience on existing building facades, Kabi now manages multidisciplinary teams on asset services and provides strategic advice that is focused on our clients’ different needs to upgrade or restore the condition and ways of monitoring of assets. Through customized frameworks, Kabi works with clients to review options and implement strategies in reducing the asset/s’s operational carbon and enhancing the value of the asset.


    Stephen Bruce

    Executive Director & Head, Real Estate Management Services, Colliers International

    As Head of REMS Singapore Stephen's role is to develop and drive the REMS business and team for wider success. His passion in real estate started young with a focus on asset management and later into consultancy. He has over 16 years of experience working for an on behalf of landlords throughout the Asia region. Stephen has worked closely across portfolio landlords and single-strata landlords alike. A core focus has been how to improve the productivity and efficiency of clients assets to ensure they can get the best possible outcome. Prior to Colliers Stephen worked for JLL, Hongkong Land and Swire Properties across various disciplines - a focus has been on asset management and property management. A great passion has been business development in tandem with management operations. With new technology now a major focus in real estate the industry has become more exciting than ever before. He is a passionate believer of real collaboration and encourage cross department learning as much as possible. A win for one team should always create a strong and positive opportunity for another.


    Dionne Hoh

    Senior Manager, Asia Capital Markets, Colliers

    Having accumulated more than 6 years of experience in urban planning, cities research and public administration, Dionne joined Colliers International as Senior Manager of Capital Markets and Investment Services (Asia). In this role, she leverages her knowledge of land use planning to identify opportunities for investment across various real estate sectors and geography, driving the growth of Colliers International’s business. Prior to her current role, she was Executive Planner of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore where she was a key member of the Jurong Lake District master planning team. Before that, she was Manager of the Centre for Liveable Cities, where she authored several think pieces on new land use concepts and urban mobility. Dionne holds an Honours degree in Real Estate from the National University of Singapore and is passionate about mentoring young talents who have an interest in joining the real estate industry.


    Terence Tang

    Managing Director, Asia Capital Markets & Investment Services, Colliers

    A veteran in the real estate industry, Terence has more than 29 years of experience in advisory services and principal real estate investment management. Over the years, he has been involved in more than 150 real estate transactions worth a total of USD10 billion spanning different real estate sectors across most Asian markets. At Colliers, Terence helms Asia Capital Markets and Investment Services, which is made up of a team of more than 130 senior Investment Services executives across the region.


    Benett Theseira

    Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific, PGIM Real Estate

    Benett Theseira is a managing director at PGIM Real Estate and head of Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, Benett is responsible for the development and implementation of the strategy and oversight of PGIM Real Estate's businesses in Asia Pacific. He is also the senior portfolio manager of PGIM Real Estate's Asia Retail Fund. Benett is a member of the Global Management Council, the Global Investment Committee, the Asia Pacific Investment Committee and the Valuation Committee. Previously, Benett was head of Southeast Asia, with responsibility for PGIM Real Estate’s businesses in Southeast Asia. He also chaired the Asia Pacific Investment Committee. Before joining PGIM Real Estate, Benett was the President of MEAG Pacific Star Asia and Pacific Star Capital where he was responsible for the Investment and Fund Management business in Asia for over 6 years. During this time, he successfully launched Pacific Star’s EUR 1.2 billion Asia RE Income Fund and led more than USD 2.0 billion of real estate transactions across Asia. Prior to this, he spent 9 years with the CapitaLand group and held various roles including Managing Director, Europe and Chief Corporate and Investment Officer for the Ascott Group Ltd (CapitaLand’s then publicly listed serviced apartment arm). Benett was responsible for driving Ascott's rapid expansion and led over USD 2 billion in transactions across Asia-Pacific and Europe. Benett is a Colombo Plan Scholar and started his career with the Singapore Government in the Ministry of Law where he held the position of Assistant Commissioner of Lands.


    Chintan Raveshia

    Cities Business Leader, Southeast Asia, Arup Singapore Pte Ltd

    Chintan Raveshia is the Southeast Asia lead for the Cities business in Arup, a global planning, design and engineering consultancy. An architect and urban designer, he has worked with governments to shape and implement national, regional and precinct-level urban planning and design strategies, and deepened his local understanding and knowledge across many geographies. In 19 years, he collaborated on and led some of the most iconic projects around the world including the Indonesia new capital city, UK's High-Speed 2 and Smart Urban Habitat Masterplan in Singapore. He has proven experience in masterplanning precincts and mixed-use developments, smart cities, transport and tourism strategies, urban regeneration, resilience and designing successful transit-oriented developments. Passionate about climate action, Chintan is undertaking research that galvanises the built environment against climate risks while exploring opportunities in food resilience and active mobility. He is also a World Cities Summit Young Leader and a visiting lecturer at the National University of Singapore.


    Wanshi Zheng

    Group Chief Strategy & Planning Officer, Frasers Property Limited

    Wanshi is responsible for the development and integration of Frasers Property’s group strategy across the diverse businesses and markets the Group operates in, while working in collaboration with the senior leadership team. She also oversees the Group’s portfolio management analysis, research, planning, communications and branding and strategic innovation functions. In addition, Wanshi co-leads the Group’s innovation governing committee. Prior to joining the Group on 8 February 2018, Wanshi held positions as Head of Investment Management at CapitaLand, Director of Multi-asset Class Research at Mount Kellett Capital (Hong Kong), as well as Vice President for Distressed Products Group and Strategic Investment Group at Deutsche Bank. Wanshi holds a double degree from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, where she graduated summa cum laude from The Wharton School with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Concentration in Finance, and from the College of Arts and Sciences with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Wanshi also serves the broader community as a Member of the Investment Committee at The National Kidney Foundation Singapore and as an Executive Committee member of the Urban Land Institute in Singapore where she also co-chairs its Women’s Leadership Initiative.


    Mich Goh

    Head of Public Policy, Southeast Asia, Airbnb

    Mich Goh is the Head of Public Policy for Airbnb in the Southeast Asia region. She engages with government, elected officials, associations and other relevant third parties across Southeast Asia in support of a fair and progressive regulatory framework that embraces the potential of home sharing and the sharing economy. She was previously a consultant who led teams advising multinational companies in the Technology and Consumer sectors on government relations, public policy and public affairs strategies across Asia Pacific. She holds a business management degree from the Singapore Management University, with majors in Marketing and Political Science. Mich is the Vice Chair of the US-ASEAN Business Council’s Travel and Tourism Committee, the Honorary Secretary of the Singapore chapter of the Pacific Asia Travel Association, and a committee member of the Urban Land Institute's Young Leaders' Group in Singapore.


    Nicole Lum

    Manager, Centre for Liveable Cities

    Nicole is a researcher at the Centre for Liveable Cities where she studies issues relating to urban planning and governance, and real estate. She has written on new governance models, citizen engagement and city resilience, including “Building Climate Resilience in Cities Worldwide: 10 Principles to Forge a Cooperative Ecosystem”. Through work on indices and data as well as strategic foresight, Nicole fosters interdisciplinary thinking to explore and envision the future of liveability and the urban landscape. Besides research, Nicole helps to administer UrbanPlan for public officials with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the National University of Singapore (NUS). She also manages the partnerships with Europe, ULI and NUS. Nicole is a member of the ULI Singapore Young Leaders Group Committee. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Real Estate from NUS.


    Desmond Lee

    Minister, Ministry of National Development, Singapore

    Mr Desmond Lee was elected a Member of Parliament (MP) for the West Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in July 2020. Prior to that he served as an MP for Jurong GRC. During his time as a back-bencher, he also served as a member of the Government Parliamentary Committees for Culture, Community and Youth, Home Affairs and Law and Social and Family Development. Mr Lee is currently the Minister for National Development, and the Minister-in-Charge of Social Services Integration. He co-chairs the Singapore Together Movement, the Emerging Stronger Taskforce, as well as the Singapore-Tianjin Economic and Trade Council, and the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city Joint Working Committee. Mr Lee was first appointed as Minister of State for National Development in September 2013. After his re-election as MP for Jurong GRC in September 2015, Mr Lee was appointed as Senior Minister of State for Home Affairs and National Development. In 2017, he was appointed Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs and National Development. Later in the same year, Mr Lee was appointed the Minister for Social and Family Development and Second Minister in the Ministry of National Development. Mr Lee began his career in the civil service as a Justices’ Law Clerk of the Supreme Court, providing legal research support. He then served as a Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel in the Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney General’s Chambers. In 2005, Mr Lee was posted to the Ministry of Health to head its legal department. Before entering politics, Mr Lee also spent two years at the Legal Policy Division of the Ministry of Law. Subsequently, he joined Temasek as in-house counsel until his appointment to office at the Ministry of National Development (MND). Mr Lee graduated in 2001 from the National University of Singapore with first class honours in law. He also holds a Masters degree in law from the University of Oxford. Mr Lee is married with three children.


    Viola Chee

    Finance Director, 8M Real Estate Pte Ltd

    Viola is Managing Director, Finance at 8M Real Estate, a company specialised in Singapore conservation shophouse investments. She has more than 14 years’ experience in real estate fund administration, financial operations and debt financing. Prior to joining 8M, she held positions at Silkroad Property Partners and LaSalle Investment Management that executed varying investment strategies from value-add to opportunistic. Viola graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance majors), returned to Singapore and kicked off her career as an auditor at Ernst and Young. She is passionate about helping the younger generation, and volunteers with Junior Achievement Singapore, a non-profit organisation that inspires and prepares students to succeed in a global economy. In her free time, she patiently practises jazz piano and dreams of a day she could play at a hotel lobby.


    Rahul Mittal

    Director, Cistri

    Rahul has more than twenty years of global consulting experience in master planning, urban design, and landscape architecture. He has worked on major projects across USA, India, China, Japan and multiple countries in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. His projects include urban infill and redevelopments, business and industrial parks, transit oriented and mixed-use developments, redevelopment of waterfronts, new town planning, golf course and resort developments, airport cities. In addition to his consulting work Rahul speaks regularly at real estate related conferences in the region and teaches in the Master of Urban Planning program at the National University of Singapore.


    Jaelle Ang

    CEO & Co-Founder, The Great Room

    Jaelle Ang is the CEO and Co-Founder of The Great Room, a flexible workspace operator launched in 2016. Prior to founding The Great Room, Jaelle was the Head of Real Estate Development at SET-listed Country Group Development Public Company Limited in Thailand driving the development of one of the largest mixed-use developments in Bangkok, consisting of the Four Seasons Hotel, Four Seasons Residences and Capella Hotel. As an ex-banker from Citibank and Credit Suisse, she has experience in corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions covering emerging markets in Asia. She is currently serving on the board of Country Group Development PCL and United Hampshire REIT as the only female director as well as the registered charity, Playeum. Selected for her accomplishments and vision, Jaelle is on the Forbes Asia’s Power Businesswomen list for defying stereotypes and breaking down barriers in the industry. Jaelle has been covered in print and broadcast outlets including The Straits Times, CNBC, Chanel New Asia, Money FM and The Edge; and is a frequent speaker at real estate, technology and design conferences covering topics from flexible working to entrepreneurship. When she was 12, she scribbled what would be on her tombstone “She always played her heart out on the field, taking long shots and braving bruises. She was never on the sidelines." Jaelle holds a BSc in Architecture from Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and an MBA from Imperial College, London.


    Jason Pomeroy

    Founding Principal, Pomeroy Studio

    Jason Pomeroy is an award-winning architect, academic, author and TV presenter, regarded as one of the world’s thought leaders in sustainable design. He is the Founder of Singapore-based Pomeroy Studio, Jason Pomeroy Architects and Pomeroy Academy: sustainable urbanism, architecture, design, research and education firms. His career has included critically-acclaimed green cities, buildings and landscapes: from the microscale of the first zero-carbon house in Asia, to the macroscale of Indonesia’s ‘Silicon Valley’. Pomeroy has authored 'Cities of Opportunities: Connecting Culture and Innovation (2020)', 'Pod Off-Grid: Explorations into Low Energy Waterborne Communities (2016)', 'The Skycourt and Skygarden: Greening the Urban Habitat (2014)' and 'Idea House: Future Tropical Living Today (2011)'. He continues to raise cultural awareness of cities through his TV series 'Smart Cities 2.0', 'City Time Traveller', 'Futuropolis' and 'City Redesign'. He gained Bachelor and Master degrees from the Canterbury School of Architecture and the University of Cambridge, and a PhD from the University of Westminster.


    Siew Haip Yeo

    CEO, SAA Architects, Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte. Ltd.

    As the CEO of Surbana Jurong Global Architecture (SEA, NA), Siew Haip leads the architecture, urban planning and master planning teams for SJ Group in Southeast Asia and North Asia. He is also the CEO of SAA Architects (a member of the SJ Group) and is instrumental in driving the firm’s growth to its current standing as a leading architecture consultancy reputed for its design and service excellence. Together with his team, he has steered the firm through prestigious milestones including the undertaking of Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 5AB project; the successful delivery of the award winning Changi Airport Terminal 4 and St Joseph’s Home; and winning the Woodlands Health Campus project, which is set to be the largest hospital in Singapore. Over the last 30 years, Siew Haip’s leadership and his rigour in design and service delivery has overseen the completion of no less than 35 successful projects across major industry sectors. The award winning projects range from Urban Design, Healthcare, Transportation, Commercial, Industrial to Hospitality and Residential.


    Chun Wah Fong

    Senior Advisor, Housing & Development Board

    Mr Fong Chun Wah is currently HDB’s Senior Advisor, after retiring from his role as HDB’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Building) [DCEO(B)]. As Senior Advisor, Mr Fong advises HDB in the planning and design, development and upgrading of HDB towns and estates. He also advises on the implementation of initiatives supporting sustainability in public housing developments, housing and facilities to support seniors in Singapore. In Mr Fong’s former role as DCEO(B), he effectively guided the Building Groups to deliver well on the building and upgrading programmes and achieve greater excellence in the planning, design, quality and construction productivity of HDB flats and estates. He also oversaw the smooth implementation of upgrading programmes, and drove HDB’s efforts in advancing R&D and the adoption of innovative solutions for sustainable living. Mr Fong joined HDB in 1980 as an Architect, after graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture (Honours) from the University of Singapore. He was awarded the HDB overseas postgraduate scholarship and attained his Master of City Planning and Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1986. Mr Fong practised as an architect in the Architectural Department, and held various positions in the Research and Planning Department before he was appointed Director (Building Quality) from Jan 08 to Aug 09 where he oversaw the management of HDB’s construction projects. Thereafter he was Group Director (Development & Procurement) [GDDP] overseeing the design, development and rejuvenation of public housing, procurement and management of consultancy, and management of building contracts to deliver sustainable and community-centric designs in public housing developments. In recognition of Mr Fong’s significant contribution to the Singapore Public Service, he was conferred the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2008, and the Public Administration Medal (Silver) (Bar) in 2017. For his contributions in workforce upskilling and staff well-being in HDB, as well as his strong support of the labour movement, Mr Fong was honoured with the NTUC May Day Awards 2020 – Medal of Commendation.


    Weileng Tang

    Managing Director, Singapore, Colliers International

    Wei Leng Tang is the Managing Director of Colliers in Singapore and is responsible for the growth strategy and overall direction of Colliers International’s business. We are an enterprising commercial real estate service solutions provider – we are a team of experts and trusted advisors to clients, advising them on their business space requirements and their property investment choices and decisions, managing and driving their asset performance, as well as valuing their assets.


    Kian Fong Lim

    Managing Director, Country Head / Singapore, Hines-AP

    Mr. Lim joined Hines in 2021 as Managing Director and Country Head responsible for new business initiatives in Singapore and Southeast Asia. He has more than 11 years of experience in the Pan-Asian real estate private equity space and is fluent in English, Mandarin and Japanese. Prior to joining the firm, he was the director of portfolio management and head of transactions in Southeast Asia for DWS. Before DWS, he worked at PAG Real Estate based in Tokyo. Throughout his career, he has transacted over $2.5 billion across Asia. Lim earned his Bachelor of Business Management in Finance and Bachelor of Accountancy from Singapore Management University.


    Siew Leng Fun

    Chief Urban Designer, Urban Redevelopment Authority

    Ms Fun is a registered architect with 35 years of experience. She graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) from the National University of Singapore in 1986 and obtained her Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University in 1993. Ms Fun is currently the Chief Urban Designer at the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). Her primary responsibility is to oversee the architectural and urban design aspects of URA’s work. She started her career at the Housing & Development Board as an architect designing public housing. Following 13 years there, she was seconded to the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) which is the national planning and conservation authority of Singapore, to head the Urban Design Section responsible for drawing up the urban design plans and policies for the city centre of Singapore. Prior to her current appointment, she was the Group Director (Urban Planning & Design), primarily overseeing the planning and urban design work of Central Area which includes districts like Marina Bay and Orchard Road, as well as place management of Singapore River and Marina Bay. As the Chief Urban Designer, she oversees the urban design for Central Area of Singapore as well as new key growth areas outside the Central Area such as Jurong Lake District, Woodlands Regional Centre, Punggol North Coast and the Greater Southern Waterfront. She chairs the Design Advisory Panels of the URA for key projects in Singapore to ensure high quality designs for these projects. She was on the selection committee and competition jury for the Sports Hub and the State Courts and the Founders’ Memorial project respectively. She was also a member of the Project Steering Committee for Maxwell Chamber Suites. She is also a member of the Land Transport Authority’s Architectural Design Review Panel for the Jurong Regional Line and North-East Line Extension and Cross Island Line stations. She sits on the Board of Architects which is the body that regulates the practice of architecture in Singapore by registered individuals and corporations. She has served on the Jury Panel for Urban Land Institute Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence in 2020 and 2021.


    Chris Chong

    CEO, Retail & Workspace (Singapore and Malaysia), CapitaLand Investment, CapitaLand Investment

    Mr Chris Chong is CEO, Retail & Workspace (Singapore and Malaysia) of CapitaLand Investment. He oversees CapitaLand Investment's asset management and operations for Retail and Workspace in Singapore and Malaysia, including CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust, Ascendas Reit, and CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust. Chris currently sits on the board of ION Orchard and Jewel at Changi Airport. He is also responsible for the development of new Retail and Workspace concepts and transformation strategy. These include the launch of digital platforms, eCapitaMall and Capita3Eats as part of CapitaLand’s end-to-end online-to-offline retail ecosystem, as well as leveraging the CapitaStar@Work app as a B2B corporate solutions for customers. From 2019 to 2021, Chris was Managing Director of CapitaLand Retail for Singapore and Malaysia, overseeing the investment, asset management and property management activities of CapitaLand Retail. Chris was previously the CEO of Orchard Turn Developments Pte Ltd, a joint venture company between CapitaLand and Sun Hung Kai Properties between 2013 to 2018. In this role, he was responsible for the strategic, financial and asset management of ION Orchard as well as the developer sales of The Orchard Residences. Chris was also formerly the Senior Vice President and Head of Asset Management for Starhill Global REIT, a S$2.7 billion REIT listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange with office and retail assets in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Australia and Japan. Amongst the projects completed were the asset redevelopments of Wisma Atria in Singapore, Starhill Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and a retail mall in Chengdu, Western China. Chris has held senior positions in the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) and Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) in Paris, Hong Kong and Singapore. As the Director of the Singapore Economic Development office in Paris, France, he was responsible for the promotion of investments from France and Switzerland. He also acted as the economic counsellor to the Singapore Embassy in France, hosting various high-level governmental and ministerial visits between France and Singapore. Under the Singapore EDB Scholarship, Chris graduated in 1998 with a Master of Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh USA and an Electrical Engineering degree from a French Grande Ecole in Paris, France. In 2004, he obtained a Master in Financial Management and Control from leasing French business school ESSEC, Paris. He is also a Certified Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) since 2010. Chris is proficient in English, Mandarin and French. He currently serves on the committee of the national charity organisation Community Chest, the management committee of Sentosa Cove and the management committee of the Singapore Quality Award.


    David Hutton

    Group Head of Development, Lendlease Asia Holdings Pte Ltd

    David was appointed Group Head of Development in July 2021 and is based in Singapore. David has over 27 years’ experience with Lendlease in development, design, funding, public/private partnerships, and asset and property management. He has worked across the key property sectors of residential, commercial office, retail and retirement living, including leading numerous major city renewal projects with Government, institutional investors and private sector partners. David has directed many of Lendlease’s largest developments and held senior management roles for Lendlease in Europe, Asia and Australia. David holds a Bachelor of Business (with Distinction) and has previously held industry board positions at the British Property Federation, the Investment Property Forum in the UK, the National Property Council of Australia and the Committee for Sydney.

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