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Investment in South-East Asia

The opportunities offered by investment in this competitive region.

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The South-East Asian property market continues to be overshadowed by the traditional investment locations of Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and, increasingly China.

However, it provides significant opportunities with a range of risk profiles. Coupled with the general business sentiment and demographic forecasts, the region offers interesting opportunities for investors.

In this session, KPMG experts discuss what lies ahead for investors looking at this region. Key issues discussed include the competitiveness against markets such as China, the ease of doing business, and the political issues that companies need to consider.

Moderator
Andrew Weir, Aspac Head of Real Estate, KMPG, Hong Kong SAR
Speakers
David Blackhall, Deputy Managing group, VinaCapital, Vietnam
Woon Pin Chong, Head of Equity Asia, LendLease, Singapore
Kumar Tharmalingam, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysia Property Incorporated, Malaysia
Suchad Chiaranussati, Managing Director, Real Estate Asia Partners, Singapore

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