Property Outlook 2019

  • When:
    Tuesday, 22 January 2019, 6:30pm - 8:45pm
  • Where:
    Room Houston, ATLAS Workplace, 3F, Shanghai Agile International Plaza, 寰图办公空间,休斯顿会议室 ,雅居乐国际广场三楼
    525 Xizang Middle Road
    上海市西藏中路525号
  • Price:
    RMB 200 including canapés, soft drinks and two glasses of wine. Members only.

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2018 has proved a challenging year for many companies affected by China financial deleveraging campaign and the US China trade war. Despite these headwinds opportunities have arisen with the opening up of certain sectors to increased international competition including automotive, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, services as well as the first China International Import Expo (CIIE) in November.

What impact have these had on the property market and how it might affect your business in Shanghai? Come along to listen to our panel of three industry experts who will share their insights with members and help you prepare for the next 12 months.

Hosted by the British Chamber Shanghai's Construction & Property Focus Group, this session will offer a comprehensive overview of the different sectors of China and more specifically Shanghai’s property market.

Key speakers:

  • Shaun Brodie, Head of Occupier Research, Greater China, Cushman & Wakefield, will talk about the office sector;
  • Ling Wei Tan, Vice President, Hotel Investment Sales, JLL, will focus on the hotel sector;
  • James Macdonald, Head of Research, China, Savills will offer an outlook for the retail property market

The event will conclude with a panel Q&A discussion session where speakers will share insights on additional topical content – the clampdown on the P2P market, residential property policies and the impact of proptech. Attendees are welcomed to send us your questions prior to the event.

Running Order

  • 6.30-7.00pm Registration & Networking
  • 7.00-7.05pm Opening Introduction
  • 7.05-8.15pm Presentation with Q&A
  • 8.15-8.45pm Networking

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No-show Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing to the event contact staff 24 hours in advance. No-shows without prior notification will be charged a no-show fee of RMB100. 

Walk-in Policy: Please note that members who attend the event without prior reservation will be charged an extra walk-in fee of RMB50 if spaces are still available.

Speaker Introduction

Shaun Brodie

Senior Director, Head of Occupier Research, Greater China, Cushman & Wakefield

With 18 years of experience in China, Shaun Brodie has a deep understanding of the country and its property market. In his role as Head of Occupier Research for the Greater China region, Shaun works closely with Cushman & Wakefield's Occupier Services Group in China and its Global Occupier Services Group to produce timely whitepaper's for the company's occupier clients. Recent topics covered include, Blockchain and its impact on commercial property, lease accounting changes and urban renewal, looking specifically at how best practice urban renewal in China can help cities in the region in their quest to become ‘excellent global cities’. 

In addition, Shaun writes property market related articles for trade publications, magazines and newspapers and is often a speaker at property seminars and conferences. Shaun has a MSc in Surveying from the University of Reading, he has a Master of Corporate Real Estate certificate from CoreNet Global, he is both a Chartered Surveyor and a Chartered Builder and he is currently the Vice-chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce’s Real Estate and Construction Committee in Shanghai.

Ling Wei Tan

Vice President, Hotel Investment Sales, JLL

Ling Wei is part of the Hotels & Hospitality Group & China Capital Markets team of JLL. She has been engaged in a variety of transaction mandates across Asia with an active involvement in hotel transactions within China. Since joining the firm in 2014, Ling Wei has been involved in excess of USD 1 billion in hotel transactions across Asia, the Middle East, and the Indian Ocean. Amongst others, Ling Wei’s recent success includes the sale of Cheval Blanc Randheli Maldives in 2017 which set the record as the largest hotel transaction in the Indian Ocean and the all-time highest per key transaction for a single hotel asset globally. Ling Wei was also previously involved in several asset management assignments for properties ranging from luxury to economy hotels in Singapore.

James Macdonald

Head of Savills Research China

James Macdonald was appointed as Head of Savills Research China in 2007. He has overall responsibility for expanding the research capabilities, and to consolidate and integrate all research activities in Greater China.

Since joining Savills that year, James has been actively involved in the growth of the Research and Development Consultancy department, advising and liaising with, numerous developers and financial institutions.

At Savills, James has worked with numerous MNCs including developers such as Tishman Speyer, SHK, Hines, CRC and Riofisa. He has also advised a number of the more active investment institutions including Treasury Holdings, Morgan Stanley and SEB, with reports covering a wide variety of developments including mixed and single use projects in Shanghai, Harbin, Nanjing, Beijing, Tianjin, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Guangzhou.

Event contact

Hilary Wu
+862162185022
hilary.wu@britishchambershanghai.org