ANREV Training - Setting up a non-listed real estate fund

08 Sep 2016

Location: Singapore

ANREV TRAINING (SINGAPORE)
Setting up a non-listed real estate fund
THURSDAY 8 SEPT 2016

ANREV is pleased to invite you to register for our training course in Singapore on 8 Sept 2016. Experts from the industry will cover commercial, tax and legal aspects of fund structuring.
 
We would like to thank PricewaterhouseCoopers for providing the event venue.

Details
Date : Thursday, 8 September 2016
Time : 13:00-18:30
Locations : PWC Conference Centre, 8 Cross Street #17-00, PWC Building,
    Singapore 048424
RSVP : Please complete the registration form
    and submit to sylvia.leung@anrev.org
Fees : 150 US$ for ANREV members/ 300 US$ for non-members


Training Programme
 

13:00   Registration and buffet lunch sponsored by PwC 
14:05  
Welcome
Amélie Delaunay, Director of Research and Professional Standards, ANREV
14:15  
Due diligence considerations
Randy Caenen, Risk Manager Investments, APG Asset Management
15:00  
Fund structuring
Joep Ottervanger, Partner, Loyens & Loeff

15:45
 
Coffee break
16:15  
Governance
Joep Ottervanger, Partner, Loyens & Loeff
17:00  
Tax considerations during the life cycle of a fund
Teo Wee Hwee, Partner, PwC Singapore

18:00
 
Conclusion - and Wrap up


Speakers' bio follows:

  Randy Caenen
Risk Manager Investments, Asia Pacific
APG Asset Management Asia
 
Currently, being based in Hong Kong, Randy Caenen is responsible for Risk Management regarding APG Asset Management’s investments in the Asia-Pacific region.
 
Prior to joining the Hong Kong office, Randy worked at APG Asset Management’s office in Amsterdam. Randy accumulated experience and knowledge in the fields of risk management, financial reporting, auditing, asset valuation and coordination of (project) teams. Among other things, Randy has been project board member for managing the AIFMD implementation project throughout APG Asset Management and is member APG Asset Management's global Emerging Markets Risk Committee.
 
Randy started his career at PwC where he coordinated many international financial services related assignments across Europe and the United States with a focus on Pension Funds, Sovereign Wealth Funds and Real Estate Funds.
 
  Joep Ottervanger
Partner
Loyens & Loeff
 
Joep Ottervanger is a resident partner in the Loyens & Loeff Singapore office. He is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Investment Management Group and an expert on investment management structures and fund formation. Joep is active both on the GP and LP side. On the LP side he represents fund-of-funds and institutional investors on their alternative investments which may be structured as funds, managed accounts or similar ‘tailored’ investment structures. On the GP side Joep represents fund managers active in a variety of asset classes such as infrastructure, real estate, renewable energy and PE. Joep is a regular speaker on the topic of investment management and fund structures.
 
Loyens & Loeff is an independent tax & corporate law firm with over 1,400 employees. The main offices are based in Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland. In addition the firm has 10 foreign offices in the main global financial centers.
 
  Teo Wee Hwee
Partner
PwC Singapore
 
Wee Hwee is PwC Singapore's Real Estate Tax Leader specialising in the area of fund structuring, REIT and tax minimisation strategies for real estate and infrastructure investments across Asia Pacific.
 
He has been with the firm for about 19 years and has advised clients on cross-border transactions including countries such as Australia, China, India, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, etc.
 
He is a frequent speaker on real estate tax-related topics and has spoken at several workshops and seminars organised by the Asia Pacific Real Estate Associations, the National University of Singapore and the Real Estate Developers Association of Singapore. Wee Hwee is an Accredited Tax Advisor, the highest level of qualification issued by the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals.


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