YLG SG: Dealing with Tokenisation in Real Estate Series - Part 1


2021-09-15T16:00:00 - 2021-09-15T17:00:00

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    There is a growing market for tokenised real estate assets as it promises to unlock liquidity for assets and democratise access to investments. Some investors have started to seize this opportunity and are revolutionising the way assets are valued. Our panel of speakers will share more about this trending real estate financial model and the evolving regulatory landscape in Singapore. 

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    Julian Kwan

    CEO & Founder, InvestaX

    6x Founder Building key digital infrastructure connecting CeFi + DeFi. Creator of the world's 1st Digital SPAC, 1st AMM/Liquidity pools for security tokens/digital securities and 1st Digital ESOP (DESOP). I have spent my life starting businesses in new markets and new industries ranging from social media to real estate, as well as proptech and blockchain. Now focused on building key infrastructure needed to tokenize the $8T USD private markets and the redesigning of how we perceive, create, hold and exchange value. I invest my own family capital (2H Cap) and maintain advisory roles with multi-family offices investing into Real Estate, Proptech and Blockchain startups, and am an EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence) at INSEAD SG campus. Investor, Advisor and CRO (Chief Representative Officer) of InvestaX's Capital Markets License from the Monetary Authority of Singapore.


    Raymond Poh

    CEO, SDAX - DigiAssets Exchange

    Raymond Poh graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering and the Asian Financial Leadership Program sponsored by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. He is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt. He was a Singapore MAS licensed representative dealing in both Capital Market products and Securities with JPMorgan. Raymond is currently the Chief Executive Officer of SDAX DigiAssets eXchange (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. SDAX is a MAS licensed Recognised Market Operator, a secondary trading platform for Digital Assets through Security Token Offerings. Previously, Raymond was with JPMorgan for 20 years with roles in Global Markets in various leadership roles and last where he headed up Corporate Sales & Marketing in North Asia, Vietnam and Singapore across asset classes of derivatives in FX, Credit, Equity, Rates, Hybrids and Structured Financing. Prior to joining JPMorgan, he was with General Electric Aircraft Engines for 10 years in multiple leadership roles in Engineering, Sales & Marketing, Six Sigma Initiative, eBusiness & IT, and Client Services. Raymond has been successful in building out new businesses and products within the firms both by structuring the strategies and execution. In the last 7 years, he has grown businesses at CAGR of over 24% with both current and new focuses of Client segments, product structures, applications of products in mature industries.


    Hannah Jeong

    Head of Valuation & Advisory Services, Colliers International

    Hannah Jeong has extensive valuation & advisory service experience over sixteen years including property investment and development projects specialising in valuation, development consultancy, financial analysis and feasibility studies. Her projects' geographic coverage spans Asia Pacific and the Middle East, in particular Hong Kong and China. Hannah leads the Hong Kong Valuation and Advisory Services (CVAS) team comprising more than 45 staff. She manages the valuation and advisory work for global real estate funds and private equity firms such as AEW, AIA, Angelo Gordon, Blackstone, Goodman Asia, Link REIT, LOGOS, and Manulife. Hannah joined Colliers in 2006 as Graduate Surveyor and has continued her journey in Colliers for fifteen years. In addition to CVAS, she worked for both the Research and Capital Markets & Investment Departments during her training period. She has a wealth of experience with REITs and Logistics & Data Centres. Due to her unique ability to attract business, understand her markets and manage people well, she has risen through the ranks quickly, and now heads the department. Hannah was elected as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Registered Valuer in 2009 and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors in 2012. Hannah is a member of the Korean Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong where she actively extends her network with various Korean corporate and investors. She is also an active member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce. Hannah sits on the AustCham Property & Infrastructure Committee, the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hong Kong Executive committee and the ULI Women in Leadership committee. She is a member of Women In Business (WIB) at Colliers where she advocates for female leadership and gender diversity and equality in the real estate sector.


    Matthew Nortcliff

    Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang (Singapore) LLP

    Matt heads the CMS investment funds practice in Singapore and has a particular focus on the real estate and venture capital sectors. Within the real estate space Matt advises on the establishment of funds, JVs and structured property transactions throughout APAC and globally, as well as advising leading LPs on their investments in the same. Tokenisation, together with the side impact of technology on the built environment (proptech) has been on the CMS Funds Group’s radar for several years and the team has advised on a number of tokenised funds and real estate projects, including in Singapore.