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Built Environment and Property Prospects Seminar 2018

Event code: 78031


11 January 2018 • 9.30am - 5.00pm • Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel


The global cyclical recovery continues. Economies of China, USA and Eurozone are showing signs of recovery. Nearer to home, ASEAN economies such as Indonesia and Malaysia are projected to remain resilient, riding on healthy domestic demand and sustained improvement in exports. While the global economic recovery is expected to continue, global political risks remain from uncertainties over policies of the US administration and on-going Brexit negotiations.
Against this backdrop, how will the built environment in Singapore perform in 2018? What are the opportunities, challenges and prospects for the Singapore built environment? How should companies prepare themselves during such unpredictable times? What should built environment firms look out for locally and beyond Singapore? Once again, the seminar brings together prominent economist, policy makers and industry experts to address these burning questions.


PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 2018: RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Mr Song Seng Wun
Director & Economist, CIMB Private Banking

SINGAPORE CONSTRUCTION PROSPECTS
Mr Teo Jing Siong
Group Director, Strategic Planning Office, Building and Construction Authority

SINGAPORE AND REGIONAL CONSTRUCTION COST TRENDS
Mr Stephen Wong
Managing Director, Davis Langdon KPK Singapore

SINGAPORE COMMERCIAL MARKET OUTLOOK AND PROSPECTS 2018 
Ms Christine Li
Director & Head of Singapore Research Services, Cushman & Wakefield 

SINGAPORE AND ASIA-PACIFIC REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT MARKET OUTLOOK & PROSPECTS 2018 
Dr Megan Walters
Head of Research, Asia Pacific Cpital Markets, JLL 

SINGAPORE INDUSTRIAL MARKET OUTLOOK AND PROSPECTS 2018
Ms Alice Tan
Director and Head, Consultancy & Research, Knight Frank 

SINGAPORE RESIDENTIAL MARKET OUTLOOK & PROSPECTS 2018 
Mr Alan Cheong
Senior Director, Research and Consultancy, Savills Singapore




CPD POINTS
BOA-SIA: 2 CPD Points
PEB: 5 PDUs
SISV (QS Division): 4 CPD Points
SPM: 4 CPD Points



DETAILS

11 January 2018 • 9.30am - 5.00pm • Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

FEES: S$430.00* / S$465.00 incl. of GST
*Discounted rates for participants who register and pay before 11 Dec 2017 / participants who register and pay in groups (minimum 3 per group from the same organisation).

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Seminar materials are downloadable on 11 Jan 2018.



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