[CLOSED] 2021 ULI Singapore Annual Conference (Digital Pass)

When

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021
1:45pm - 6:30pm

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    Where

    Virtual + In Person

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until March 1 Members Non-Members
    Private $99.00 $199.00
    Private $99.00 $99.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $99.00 $199.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $99.00 $99.00
    Retired $99.00 N/A
    Retired $99.00 N/A
    Student $99.00 $199.00
    Student $99.00 $99.00
    Under Age 35 $99.00 $199.00
    Under Age 35 $99.00 $99.00
    Late Pricing Begins March 2
    Private $99.00 $199.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $99.00 $199.00
    Retired $99.00 N/A
    Student $99.00 $199.00
    Under Age 35 $99.00 $199.00

    Agenda

    1:45pm - 2:00pm

    Welcome Remarks

    10:30am - 12:00pm

    Study Tour 1: NZEB@SDE – Singapore’s first Net Zero Building

    10:30am - 12:00pm

    Workshop 2: Building Age-Friendly Neighbourhoods in Singapore

    2:00pm - 2:30pm

    Keynote Address and Dialogue with Senior Minister of State, Dr Amy Khor

    2:30pm - 3:15pm

    20-minute Towns

    3:30pm - 4:00pm

    Adaptive & Respectful Use of Real Estate

    4:00pm - 4:45pm

    Arts in the City

    4:45pm - 5:30pm

    Zeroing in on Net Zero Carbon Buildings

    5:30pm - 6:15pm

    Disruption in Real Estate Capital Markets

    6:15pm - 6:30pm

    Closing Remarks

    9:30am - 11:00am

    Workshop 1: Re-imagining the Use of Space to Help Communities Thrive

    The New REality 
     
    With every crisis comes great lessons and opportunities to improve how things have been done.
     
    Last year, as economies slowed down, we kept on moving. We continued to provide thought leadership, shared research findings and learnings from the various initiatives that were tried-and-tested by members of the Urban Land Institute. We came together frequently and exchanged our new experiences and crisis-management solutions to help each other be resilient as Singapore progressively re-opened the economy. 
     
    Join us at our annual ULI Singapore Conference where we take a look at the bigger picture and build the next step together as a community.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Chong Lim Chew

    Managing Director, DBS Bank Limited

    Chong Lim is Managing Director and Group Head of Real Estate, Institutional Banking at DBS. Chong Lim has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate banking and investment banking environment, specializing in the real estate, hotel and construction sectors. His experience includes both commercial lending and investment banking activities in debt issues, syndication and real estate related advisory work. Chong Lim has been involved in many corporate and investment banking transactions. Chong Lim began his working career in the civil service in Singapore (Singapore Police Force) and was an internal auditor at the Bank before joining the corporate & investment banking environment. Prior to rejoining DBS Bank in Feb 2005, Chong Lim was employed by HSBC Singapore in Corporate & Investment Banking, Markets. He was with HSBC for 5 years. Chong Lim was seconded from DBS Singapore to DBS China in 2010 and was the Managing Director and Head of the Real Estate lending business under DBS’ Institutional Banking Group in China. He was also Deputy Head for the institutional banking business for large corporations for DBS China. Chong Lim was conferred the designation of IBF Fellow for Corporate Banking (Relationship Management – Wholesale Banking) by The Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore in 2014. Chong Lim graduated with a Degree in Business Administration from The National University of Singapore.

    Speaker

    Christian Rojkjaer

    Managing Director, Southeast Asia & Mexico, IKEA

    Christian Rojkjaer heads IKEA Southeast Asia & Mexico, one among a dozen IKEA franchisees in the world today that bring affordable Swedish home furnishings to 59 countries. He is responsible for a multi-national team of 3,500 co-workers and oversees IKEA developments in six markets: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Mexico. Guided by the IKEA vision to create a better everyday life for the many people, the franchisee is today operating nine IKEA stores and five shopping centres anchored by IKEA in Southeast Asia, as well as a newly opened ecommerce operation in Mexico. As part of an ambitious expansion plan, Christian’s team will in 2021 open the world’s largest IKEA store in Manila, the first IKEA store in Mexico City and a new small-format store in Singapore. Part of the Ikano Group of companies, IKEA Southeast Asia & Mexico is the only franchisee owned by the family of IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad. Christian has led Ikano’s retail operations since 2011, almost tripling turnover and embedding sustainability into everyday work and operations. An MBA-qualified business leader, Christian is known for his commitment, reliability, team building and hands-on delivery of goals. He was previously the CFO and CEO of the furniture retailer Habitat and also headed the structuring, growth and sale of a Dutch retailer. With more than 10 years of board experience, Christian has helped direct a range of other companies to business success. Christian is Danish and lived in several other European countries before making a home in Singapore with his wife and three children.

    Speaker

    Koon Hean Cheong

    Chairman, Centre for Liveable Cities

    Dr CHEONG Koon Hean is currently Chairman of the Centre for Liveable Cities (MND). She was formerly the CEO of the Housing and Development Board from 2010 to 2020, overseeing some 1 million public housing flats. At the HDB, she introduced a new generation of well designed, community centric, sustainable and smart public housing. Dr Cheong was also CEO of Urban Redevelopment Authority from 2004 to 2010 and concurrently the Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of National Development from 2001 to 2016, with extensive experience in land use planning, conservation of built heritage and the real estate market. She played a key role in major urban transformations such as Marina Bay. She serves on numerous advisory panels including the World Economic Forum and is also the Chairman of the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize’s Nominating Committee, a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Architects and Institute of Planners and on the board of NUS. Dr Cheong has received numerous awards, notably the Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding public service and is the first Asian to receive both the Urban Land Institute’s Prize for Urban Visionaries and the Lynn S Beedle Lifetime Achievement Award by the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. She is a Colombo Plan Scholar with degrees in Architecture (Hon 1, University Gold Medal), a Doctor of Architecture Honoris Causa (University of Newcastle), Masters degree in Urban Development Planning (University College London), and has completed the Advanced Management Programme (Harvard University).

    Speaker

    Wen Tung Chiu

    Group Director (Research & Development), Urban Redevelopment Authority

    Mr Chiu Wen Tung is Group Director (Research & Development) at Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). He leads his team to research for solutions to meet Singapore future planning needs and steers URA’s research programmes. He also keeps URA abreast of ops-tech advancements in planning and development, and provide guidance in the implementation of science and technology initiatives for URA, including collaborating with various research institutes. Wen Tung was previously Executive Director (Resource Development) in EDB, responsible for planning and securing resources needed for industries to grow in Singapore. Wen Tung graduated with a Masters in Chemical Engineering from the Imperial College, United Kingdom and with High Honours from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business Executive MBA programme.

    Speaker

    Prashant Kapoor

    Chief Industry Specialist - Green Buildings and Green Cities, International Finance Corporation

    A champion of sustainable built environments, Prashant Kapoor, is a passionate advocate for sustainable solutions that align the interests of businesses, financial institutions, governments and civil society. He is the entrepreneur who created EDGE, a software and a certification standard, to mainstream resource-efficient building growth in emerging markets. EDGE brings speed, market intelligence and an investment focus to the next generation of green building certification in more than 170 countries. EDGE responds to the need for a measurable and credible solution to prove the business case for building green and unlock financial investment. EDGE includes a cloud-based platform to calculate the cost of going green and utility savings. The state-of-the-art engine has a sophisticated set of city-based climate and cost data, consumption patterns and algorithms for predicting the most accurate performance results. Prashant is currently leading the APEX Green Cities Program that supports cities to transition to low-carbon and resource-efficient growth pathways. As a part of the Program, he has developed the APEX online app that allows cities to map out different action plans and evaluate their cost, feasibility, and impact. Under his leadership, IFC has created a green building and green cities portfolio that totals more than $6 billion. Before joining IFC, Prashant was a director at WSP consultants in London where he led the sustainability strategy and masterplanning business. He holds architecture degrees from Manipal Institute of Technology (India) and a master’s degree from Oxford Brooks University (UK).

    Speaker

    Choon Fah Ong

    Chief Executive Officer, EDMUND TIE

    With more than 30 years’ experience in real estate and academia, Ong Choon Fah heads the executive leadership team for Edmund Tie & Company in her role as CEO. On top of strategy and management, her vision is to create a firm that is committed to industry-leading real estate consultancy that adheres to the highest ethical principles, supporting the community for long-term sustainability. Choon Fah’s broad expertise in research and consulting in Singapore and beyond, in conjunction with her wide-ranging experience across commercial, government and non-profit organisations, give her an excellent overview of the industry. Choon Fah is the Chair of Singapore for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and a member of the APAC Executive Committee, Honorary Real Estate Consultancy Advisor to the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS), and member of the Council for Real Estate Agencies’ (CEA) Professional Development Committee. She is also a licensed valuer and salesperson, Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers (FSISV). Beyond real estate, Choon Fah’s wide-ranging interests include the arts, education and lifelong learning. She sits on the management board of the National University of Singapore Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies (NUS IREUS) and is a life member of the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.

    Speaker

    Erik L'Heureux

    Vice Dean, National University of Singapore School of Design and Environment

    Erik L’Heureux, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, is an award-winning American architect, educator as well as Vice Dean, Special Projects at the School of Design and Environment at the National University of Singapore (NUS). A tenured professor, L’Heureux has been teaching and mentoring over 2000 students, locally and internationally for more than 18 years. He is currently leading the transformation of the School of Design and Environment at NUS with over 434,500 square feet of new and renovated facilities slated for completion by 2023. As BA Arch program director and Dean’s Chair Associate Professor, he teaches the new generation of architects to be committed to the complexities and potentials of architecture on the equator. He has also developed a series of award-winning buildings that combine passive performance, pattern, and simplicity as a product of the hot-wet climate and the dense, urban equatorial context in Singapore. L’Heureux sees the integration of design education, academic leadership, and creative practice as a hallmark of his impact, inspiring students, professionals, and the public to become more attuned to architecture fit for the equator and the warming world.

    Speaker

    Choon Fah Ong

    Chief Executive Officer, EDMUND TIE

    With more than 30 years’ experience in real estate and academia, Ong Choon Fah heads the executive leadership team for Edmund Tie & Company in her role as CEO. On top of strategy and management, her vision is to create a firm that is committed to industry-leading real estate consultancy that adheres to the highest ethical principles, supporting the community for long-term sustainability. Choon Fah’s broad expertise in research and consulting in Singapore and beyond, in conjunction with her wide-ranging experience across commercial, government and non-profit organisations, give her an excellent overview of the industry. Choon Fah is the Chair of Singapore for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and a member of the APAC Executive Committee, Honorary Real Estate Consultancy Advisor to the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS), and member of the Council for Real Estate Agencies’ (CEA) Professional Development Committee. She is also a licensed valuer and salesperson, Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers (FSISV). Beyond real estate, Choon Fah’s wide-ranging interests include the arts, education and lifelong learning. She sits on the management board of the National University of Singapore Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies (NUS IREUS) and is a life member of the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.

    Speaker

    Chee Huang Seah

    CEO, DP Architects Pte Ltd

    Chee Huang is a firm believer in purpose-driven architecture that synergises economic, environmental and social dynamics, to bring out positive impact and delight to the everyday lives. Some of these key pursuits include Singapore Sports Hub, Our Tampines Hub, Bukit Canberra in Sembawang and Punggol Regional Sports Centre pioneering models of complex integrated community, sports and lifestyle hubs in Singapore. Chee Huang also champions numerous corporate social responsibility initiatives such as Project Bus Stop, Goodlife! Makan – an elderly activity centre for stay-alone seniors and co-workplace for youth charity, Heartware Network. A strong advocate in progressive architectural profession, Chee Huang led the fraternity as the President of the Singapore Institute of Architects from 2018 to 2020, to drive sustainable design, ethical and enterprising practices grounded in innovative and social causes. He partakes in the larger discourse of the built environment in numerous design advisory panels and committees for various agencies and institutions. Chee Huang is also recognised as one of Singapore emerging architects in Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)’s latest edition of 20 under 45.

    Speaker

    Khee Poh Lam

    Dean, National University of Singapore School of Design and Environment

    Professor Lam Khee Poh is the Dean of The School of Design and Environment at NUS. As an educator, researcher, architect and consultant, Professor Lam specialises in lifecycle building information modelling and computational design support systems for total building performance analysis and building diagnostics. Professor Lam serves as a member of the Future Economy Council (Built Environment) Cluster sub-committee and as Advisory Board member of the Centre for Liveable Cities, MND. In 2013, he was awarded the Alexander Schwarzkopf Prize for Technological Innovation by the US National Science Foundation and received an IBM Faculty Award in 2010. Professor Lam graduated from the University Of Nottingham, UK with a Bachelor of Architecture degree with honors and holds a Ph.D. in Architecture as well as an Emeritus Professorship from Carnegie Mellon University.

    Speaker

    Beng Tiong Ng

    Deputy Group CEO, Group COO, ARA Asset Management Limited

    Mr Ng Beng Tiong is Deputy Group CEO and Group COO of ARA Asset Management Limited. He oversees the performance of the Group’s business units globally, and is responsible for the integration of and coordination among the various divisions in the Group. Mr Ng concurrently holds the position of Executive Chairman of APM Group, and oversees the property management and MICE management business. In addition, he has oversight of the Group Corporate Division which includes corporate services, technology, analytics, governance and sustainability. Mr Ng is a member of the ARA Group Business Development Committee which drives and coordinates all new business and product initiatives, a member of the ARA Group Investment Review Committee which oversees its global investment strategy, and Deputy Chairman of the ARA Group Digital Strategy Committee which is responsible for leading the transformation of ARA into a smart enterprise and growth into the digital marketplace. He is a member of the Investment Committee and Executive Committee of the ARA Private Funds (APAC Real Estate) division. Mr Ng is also a board member of the Group’s Infrastructure Division and ARA Private Funds (Logistics Real Estate) Division. Prior to his appointment as Group COO, Mr Ng was CEO of ARA Private Funds from 2007 to 2019, during which he grew ARA’s private real estate funds business to become a leading fund manager in Asia Pacific. Prior to joining the ARA Group in 2007, Mr Ng was the Finance Director of Low Keng Huat (Singapore) Ltd, a property, construction and hotel group listed on the SGX-ST, from 2003 to 2007. He was a Director of Stone Forest M&A Pte. Ltd., a mergers and acquisitions advisory company from 2002 to 2003 and Director of Corporate Planning and Business Development at Labroy Marine Limited, a shipping, shipbuilding and marine engineering company listed on the SGX-ST from 1997 to 2002. Mr Ng began his career with DBS Bank Ltd in 1989, initially as a corporate banker and subsequently as an investment banker. Mr Ng holds a Master of Engineering (Software Engineering) (First Class Honours) from Imperial College, London. He is a CFA charterholder and a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors.

    Speaker

    Siak Ching Chong

    CEO, National Gallery

    Chong Siak Ching has been the Chief Executive Officer of National Gallery Singapore and Head of the Visual Arts Cluster (VAC) Singapore since April 2013. The VAC comprises the Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, and the National Gallery Singapore. National Gallery Singapore oversees the world’s largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art while Singapore Art Museum focuses on international contemporary art practices, specialising in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Prior to this, she was the President and CEO of Ascendas from 2001 and was recognized as Outstanding CEO of the Year in the Singapore Business Awards 2009 for her leadership and dynamism in establishing Ascendas as Asia’s leading provider of business space. She is a Director on the Board of Mandai Park Holdings Pte Ltd and is a member of the Yale-NUS Governing Board, as well as Chairman of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YST) Governing Board. She was appointed as Justice of the Peace in 2013 and is currently Singapore’s Non-Resident Ambassador to the Republic of Chile. She was also conferred the rank of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture in 2020.

    Speaker

    Esther An

    Chief Sustainability Officer, City Developments Limited

    An active advocate for green building and sustainability for over two decades, Esther has been instrumental in establishing CDL’s leadership in sustainability. It is ranked top real estate company on the 2020 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World and is also the only CDP A-List company for climate strategy and water security in SE Asia. Key ESG initiatives she has spearheaded include publishing the first sustainability report in Singapore in 2008; issuing the first green bond by a Singaporean company in 2017 and pioneering an SDG Innovation Loan in Singapore in 2019. A forerunner in embracing the UN SDGs, Esther was conferred 2018 SDG Pioneer for Green Infrastructure and A Low Carbon Economy by the UN Global Compact. She sits on the boards or advisory platforms of several organisations, including World Green Building Council, Global Reporting Initiative, GRESB Asian Real Estate Benchmark Committee and UNEP FI Real Estate Work Group. She chairs the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association’s Sustainability and ESG Committee and Co-Chairs the Urban Land Institute Singapore’s Sustainability Product Council.

    Speaker

    Chris Chong

    Managing Director, Retail Singapore, CapitaLand Limited

    Mr Chris Chong is the Managing Director of CapitaLand Retail for Singapore and Malaysia. In this role, he oversees the investment, asset management and property management activities of CapitaLand Retail. He currently sits on the board of ION Orchard and Jewel at Changi Airport. He is also responsible for the development of new Retail concepts and transformation strategy. These include the deployment of e-payment, e-vouchers and omni-channel platforms as well as digital initiatives such as CapitaStar across the portfolio of CapitaLand-managed malls in Singapore and Malaysia, including CapitaLand Mall Trust and CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust. 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.

    Speaker

    David Calkins

    Regional Managing Principal, APAC+ME Region, Gensler

    As Regional Managing Principal of Gensler’s Asia Pacific and Middle East (APME) region, David Calkins leads the senior management team in setting strategic priorities, and oversees growth initiatives and client activities in the region. He is an award-winning architect with a highly valued combination of experience in strategic planning and design in a variety of Gensler’s Practice Areas. David also sits on Gensler’s Management Committee which guides the firm’s strategy, and is especially committed to bridging geographic and cultural differences across its offices worldwide. A recognized leader in the region with over 30 years of experience, one of David’s key priorities is to build Gensler’s reputation and fuel business growth through innovative design solutions in APME. Gensler has seen many achievements under his helm in its different APME offices across the technology, science, hospitality, housing, retail and office building practices. David is highly passionate about design and sees it as a transformative process. He harnesses the firm’s insights-driven approach and way of thinking that design about amplifying human experience, to transform places for live, work and play. He lives by his personal motto: nothing good happens by accident – every positive outcome requires deliberate thought, focus and hard work.

    Speaker

    Kenneth Heng

    Founder & Executive Director, Solve n+1

    A closet adventurer who loves travelling but hates long airplane flights. Having always been interested in social issues, Kenneth runs Solve n+1, a social enterprise that facilitates social innovation for vulnerable communities; collaborating with NGOs, businesses & community leaders taking on seemingly challenging problems with an innovative sandbox, transparency and lots of love. Our mission is to be partners to communities which pursues challenging issues from a multi-layered perspective. Developing projects with partners of key expertise to affect a systemic change for the vulnerable.

    Speaker

    Jasper Hasell

    Global Estates Director, Dyson Technology Ltd

    Jasper Hassell is the Global Estates Director of Dyson Technology Ltd, a privately owned global technology company operating across 76 countries. Reporting directly to Sir James Dyson, he is responsible for leasing and purchase, construction, and operation of all Dyson assets globally across its Environmental Care, Home Care and Energy businesses as well as the Dyson on campus University. He is also responsible for building a global Environmental Health and safety function and progressing Dyson Clean Energy agenda. Prior to joining Dyson Technology, Jasper was Vice President, Global Real Estate for Carlson Wagonlit Travel, and Global Real Estate Senior Vice President with Comcast NBC Universal. He holds a Masters in Philosophy in Real Estate Finance from the University of Cambridge.

    Speaker

    Amy Khor

    Senior Minister of State, Ministry for Sustainability and Environment and Ministry for Transport

    Dr Amy Khor has been the Senior Minister of State at the Ministry for Sustainability and the Environment since October 2015, when the Ministry was known as the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. She was appointed as the Senior Minister of State for Transport in July 2020. Prior to her current appointments, Dr Khor was Senior Minister of State for Health from September 2013 to July 2020. She was also the Senior Minister of State for Manpower from September 2013 to September 2015. Her previous appointments in the Singapore Government include Senior Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources from May 2006 to October 2010, Minister of State for the Environment and Water Resources from November 2010 to May 2011, Minister of State for Health from May 2011 to August 2013, and Minister of State for Manpower from August 2012 to August 2013. Dr Khor was also the Mayor of South West District in Singapore from August 2004 to May 2014. Dr Khor was first elected as a Member of Parliament in November 2001. She was re-elected for a fifth term in July 2020 and is the Member of Parliament for Hong Kah North. She holds a PhD in Land Management from the University of Reading, UK.

    Speaker

    Hsueh Ling Ng

    Managing Director, Singapore and Chief Investment Officer, Asia, Lendlease Asia Holdings Pte Ltd

    Hsueh Ling joined Lendlease as the Managing Director, Singapore, and Chief Investment Officer, Asia, in August 2017. In this role, she is responsible for driving the growth of Lendlease’s Singapore business as well as the Asia Investment Management business platform. On Singapore Business, Hsueh Ling is responsible for delivering financials and providing leadership and strategic direction across all aspects of Singapore business units and assets, including development, project management, construction, investment management, asset management and asset operations. On the Asia Investment Platform, Hsueh Ling is responsible for developing the strategy for driving the growth of Asia’s investment management portfolio, which includes creating access and pathways into new funds/ REITs and assets. Hsueh Ling has 29 years of real estate experience across Asia in strategic sourcing, investments and divestments, asset and portfolio management, as well as the development of assets. She also has extensive fund management experience in the areas of real estate fund product creation, deal origination, distribution and structuring of real estate- based financial products. Hsueh Ling joined Lendlease from Keppel REIT Management Limited, manager of one of the largest public listed REITs on the Singapore Stock Exchange, where she was the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director for eight years. In this role, she played an instrumental role in growing and transforming the Asset Under Management of the REIT significantly by more than 400%, opening new markets and leading the team to deliver steady and sustainable returns to Unitholders by proactively optimising, enhancing, realigning and transforming the portfolio. Prior to that, she was the Chief Executive Officer (Korea and Japan) of Ascendas Limited. In this role, she grew the portfolio of private funds across various asset classes across Asia. She has previously held senior positions at CapitaLand Commercial Ltd and CapitaLand Financial Ltd. Hsueh Ling holds a Bachelor of Science, Estate Management from the National University of Singapore and is a licensed appraiser by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore.

    Speaker

    Tony Chan

    Associate Principal, Arup Singapore Pte Ltd

    Tony has degrees in Urban Planning and Sustainable Development. He has more than 20 years working experience in both the private and public sectors in Australia, Hong Kong, China and South-East Asian countries. He has led a variety of multi-disciplinary projects with a focus on masterplanning more resilient and resource efficient cities, and realizing them in the form of implementable planning tools. He is currently Arup’s South-East Asia Cities and Planning Leader, based out of Singapore.

    Speaker

    Peter Hyland

    Regional Director, Cistri

    Peter is the Regional Director, based in Singapore, of Cistri the international business of Urbis Australia. Prior to establishing Cistri in 2016 he was the Regional Director for Urbis, Queensland from 2000. Peter is one of the Asia-Pacific’s most respected urban land-use strategists. He has led large multidisciplinary teams on projects including inner city renewal and new city developments, major port and airport master plans, and integrated resort and shopping centre developments. Peter’s 35-years’ experience spans Australia, the Asia-Pacific, the United Kingdom, North America, Europe, and the Middle East. He has undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications in urban planning and economics. He is passionate about helping cities and projects achieve great economic outcomes, to underpin the development of vibrant and successful places that benefit developers, investors, users and residents. His ability to marry economic and planning considerations has made him a trusted advisor internationally to major private and public companies and all levels of government.

    Speaker

    Terence Tang

    Managing Director, Asia Capital Markets & Investment Services, Colliers International-AP

    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 International, 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.

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