The PERE Asia Summit on 17-18 November gathered the most important private equity real estate conference in the region and connected the world’s opinion leaders to determine the global direction of the asset class.
In 2020, the PERE Asia Summit remains underpinned by PERE’s unrivaled networking in virtual experience to connect the asset class’ most influential leaders. The interactive virtual platform replicates all the best parts of a traditional conference while eliminating the difficulties.
Managing Director, Fund Management
Chairman of Asia Pacific & Head of Real Estate Asia,
Chung Keun Kim
Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer
Samsung SRA Asset Management
Chief Investment Officer
This year’s PERE Asia Week will be running as an immersive virtual experience opening with a day focused on fundraising for real estate debt strategies, the PERE Debt Forum on 16 November, followed by the 13th annual PERE Asia Summit on 17-18 November. Your experience is no longer confined to a couple of days, with expanded 5-day video networking and connectivity with the community until the end of February 2021.
What our delegates say
GreenOak Real Estate
The preeminent Asian RE conference.
I was very impressed with the quality of the content and speakers.
Manulife Insurance Company
One of the best conferences I have ever attended.
The PERE Global Passport connects you to the virtual community of real estate decision-makers that attend all six of PERE’s industry-leading events with special perks that give you the advantage to secure capital commitments and finalize your next project over your peers. All without leaving your (home) office!
With a focus on premium networking and content, the flagship PERE Asia Summit connects the world’s most sought after audience for global industry-leading knowledge-sharing and discussions.
Enhance your real estate debt strategy by exchanging ideas with the most influential LPs and demonstrate your unique value-add capabilities to turbocharge fundraising for 2021 and beyond.
Early bird price ends on 16 Sep, save up to US$100 now!
Day 1 - Monday 16th
Grand Opening Cocktails – Sponsored by Baker McKenzie
The Summit launches with its relaxed and enjoyable pre-conference networking cocktail party from 6pm at a venue close to the event. Pick up your registration pack, grab a glass of champagne, and start networking with your industry peers ahead of the main conference.
Day 2 - Tuesday 17th
PERE VIP Breakfasts – by invitation only
LP Networking Morning
Women in Real Estate
Registration, refreshments and morning networking
Welcome and Introduction
Opening keynote panel day one: The real estate investor crystal ball - What’s in store for the 2020s?
In interactive quick-fire round, the region’s industry leaders will discuss upcoming trends, capital flows, private real estate after Covid-19, and their predictions on what GPs will have to do to survive – or thrive – the next decade to come.
Head of Real Estate, Managing Director, Baring Private Equity AsiaRead bio
Managing Director, Warburg PincusRead bio
Chung Keun Kim
Managing Director, Investment, Samsung SRA Asset ManagementRead bio
Global Head Real Estate, Credit Suisse Asset ManagementRead bio
Managing Director, Capital Markets, Asia, Colliers InternationalRead bio
Institutional Keynote Interview
Snapshot: The top fundraisers and deals
Institutionals discussion – LP perspectives on private real estate
Global investors from pension funds to insurers will debate the current cycle, fees and portfolio strategies. In addition, we will explore a multitude of issues such as ESG guidelines, diversity, internal capabilities and the changing relationships with GPs and operating partners.
Head of Asia Pacific, CBRE Global Investment PartnersRead bio
Portfolio Manager, Head of Asia Real Estate, United Nations Joint Staff Pension FundRead bio
Bill (William) Shaw
Head of Real Estate, Asia Pacific, Zurich InsuranceRead bio
Partner, Baker McKenzieRead bio
Global Leader Insights
What are the latest developments in investment and property technology – and how will they affect your bottom lines? Who are the proptech disrupters and what new ways of financing and fundraising are out there?
PERE Trends & Alternatives
From hospitality to data centres, from co living to car-parks, this panel will explore the best strategies when it comes to asset class, demographics and yields. How are are the mid and long term effects from Covid 19 shaping those investments?
PERE Direct and Co-Investment
Direct investment from LPs has become an increasing trend, increasingly disrupting the LP-GP-Developer hierarchy. In addition, a multitude of co-investment models will further affect fees and bottom lines. What are the implications for those involved – and those left behind?
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sigma Delta Partners InvestmentRead bio
Investment Manager, Teacher Retirement System of TexasRead bio
Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Investment ManagementRead bio
Managing Director, Hodges Ward ElliottRead bio
PERE Think Tank Roundtables
- ESG, Renewables and Sustainability
- Private Real Estate after Covid 19
- ASEAN – The latest trends
- The UK market after Brexit
- Core vs Opportunistic
- US: Taxes and Trade War
End of day one & evening rooftop cocktail reception (Venue to be confirmed)
Sponsors, secure your bespoke table now and invite your investors to join you for an evening of dinner and drinks at a Singapore hot spot to network and wind-down. Contact the sponsorship team on email@example.com
Day 3 - Wednesday 18th
Prices Can Still Rise: Exceptionally Low Interest Rates Continue to Support Investment in Property - A Colliers International breakfast briefing (by invitation only)
Persistent low or negative interest rates should support real estate valuations, as property assets compare favourably with government bonds and other assets in such an environment. With interest rates and government bond yields likely to stay broadly stable over the next two years, further modest yield compression may continue with Asian Real Estate, particularly in markets with income growth potential, or high spreads over bonds. Likely low volatility in financial markets should boost risk appetite, driving investor interest towards emerging markets.
Registration, refreshments and morning networking
Welcome to day two and opening comments from today’s chairperson
Opening interview day two – Unlocking the markets of 2020s
Opening keynote panel day two: Asia’s markets and the realities on the ground
- From logistics in SEA to Hospitality in Japan, what are the latest growth strategies?
- Demographics, yields and asset classes: What is the right mix for mature markets in the region?
- Emerging markets: What are the panellists’ top and bottom recommendations?
Networking coffee break
North America – Seeking returns in a highly competitive region
- What are the growth opportunities for foreign investors in the world’s largest real estate market? Where are the high-growth regions and asset classes as the tax regime is becoming more favourable?
- Will high hedging costs continue to influence investment over the coming years?
- Are ‘Opportunity Zones’ here to stay? What’s in it for private funds?
Australia – Opportunities in a changing market
- Will Australia continue to be a prime destination for Chinese offshore capital?
- Where are the major opportunities in real estate debt and the opportunities arising from tightening curbs on property lending?
Executive General Manager, Funds Management, DexusRead bio
Managing Partner, Brookfield Asset ManagementRead bio
Founder and Managing Director, AlceonRead bio
Head of Capital Markets, Asia-Pacific, Knight FrankRead bio
Deputy General Manager and Head of Real Estate Finance, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Sydney BranchRead bio
Panel: What’s next for China – Cross-border investments and capital flows
As China is consolidating again and foreign capital flows back in, where are the next big opportunities – from residential to office and logistics.
- Will China’s real estate debt assets continue to offer attractive returns?
- Who are the rising stars as China’s domestic LPs and GPs enter the next phases of an increasingly maturing market?
Chief Investment Officer (Asia), Link REITRead bio
Senior Managing Director, Head of Real Estate, CITIC CapitalRead bio
Country Managing Director, GreystarRead bio
Chief Investment Officer and Fund General Manager, D&J ChinaRead bio
Shareholder and Chair – Asia Real Estate Practice, Greenberg TraurigRead bio
India – New Horizons
- With office and residential in the megacities experiencing lower growth, what are the next underdog markets to watch out for?
- Retail and warehousing as the growth drivers, what’s in it for the 2020s?
- Who leads in the trend-classes of living/student housing, co-working, and data?
Europe – Looking for the right strategies
- Will Asian investors continue to buy-up first-tier real estate? Is there an increasing trend for capital to flow into second-tier and Central European markets?
- What’s next for the UK?
- From logistics to multifamily – what are the growth drivers in the next decade?
Chief Executive Officer and General Manager GRE SGR, Head of Global Fund Management, Generali Real EstateRead bio
Global Head of Real Estate, M&G Real EstateRead bio
Amal Del Monaco
Head of Sector Specialists, AXA IM – Real AssetsRead bio
Partner, Morrison & FoersterRead bio
Closing Remarks and end of conference
Closing Cocktail reception
Chief Executive Officer and General Manager GRE SGR, Head of Global Fund Management, Generali Real Estate
Chief Investment Officer, CA Ventures
Head of Capital Markets, Asia-Pacific, Knight Frank
Global Head of Real Estate, M&G Real Estate
Chief Investment Officer (Asia), Link REIT
Managing Director, Sino-Ocean Capital
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sigma Delta Partners Investment
Senior Managing Director, Head of Real Estate, CITIC Capital
Investment Manager, Teacher Retirement System of Texas
Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer, Mapletree Investments
Executive General Manager, Funds Management, Dexus
Founder and CEO, GHIG
Head of Asia Pacific, CBRE Global Investment Partners
Head of Sector Specialists, AXA IM – Real Assets
Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Real Estate Asia Pacific
Regional Director, Asia Pacific Sales, Yardi
Co-Founder and Head of Capital Formation, Lionstone Investments/Columbia Threadneedle Investments
Managing Partner, Brookfield Asset Management
Head of Real Estate, Managing Director, Baring Private Equity Asia
Managing Director, Warburg Pincus
Managing Director, Hodges Ward Elliott
Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Real Capital Analytics
Chairman of Asia Pacific and Head of Real Estate Asia, Blackstone
Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Investment Management
Portfolio Manager, Head of Asia Real Estate, United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund
Managing Director, Investment, Samsung SRA Asset Management
Managing Director and Head of Real Asset Investment Finance Department, Hana Financial Investment
Chief Executive Officer, Liquefy
Executive Vice President, Global Accounts, Altus Group
Chief Executive Officer, Crow Holdings
Founder and Managing Director, Alceon
Country Managing Director, Greystar
Head of Asia, Real Estate, Brookfield
Shareholder and Chair – Asia Real Estate Practice, Greenberg Traurig
Partner, Morrison & Foerster
Global Head Real Estate, Credit Suisse Asset Management
Chief Executive Officer, LCI Investment Company
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PAG Group
Head of Real Estate, Asia Pacific, Zurich Insurance
Deputy General Manager and Head of Real Estate Finance, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Sydney Branch
Managing Director, Capital Markets, Asia, Colliers International
Chief Investment Officer and Fund General Manager, D&J China
Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management, Real Estate, Brookfield
Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer, ARCH Capital Management
PERE Asia 2020 offers a unique opportunity for organisations to raise their profile among the senior decision makers of Asia’s leading real estate investors and global fund managers.
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