Wednesday 10 February 2021
ANREV/INREV/PREA Investment Intentions Asia Survey 2021 - China
ANREV is pleased to invite you to join the ANREV Investment Intentions Survey 2021 - China focused webinar session on 10 February 2021.
The 2021 ANREV/INREV/PREA Investment Intentions survey attracted 99 respondents in total including 84 institutional investors and 15 funds of funds managers. At this session the key highlights of the survey will be presented by Amelie Delaunay, Director of Research and Professional Standards at ANREV. Dr Henry Chin, Global Head of Investor Thought Leadership & Head of Research, Asia Pacific at CBRE,will moderate a panel discussion with a special focus on China.
14:00 -15:00 (UTC+8)
Free of charge for ANREV members and HKD300 for non-members (to check if your company is a member, please click here)
Dr. Henry Chin leads CBRE's investor thought leadership across all regions and oversees all research activity in Asia Pacific. Afer joining CBRE in 2014, Henry was promoted to CBRE's Asia Pacific Stragegic Group, the board which oversees CBRE's strategic direction in Asia Pacific, in 2016. From 2019-2020 he also served as Head of Research, EMEA.
Before joining CBRE, Henry was Head of Asia Pacific Research and Strategy at PGIM, Prudential Financials Inc. for two and half years. In this role, he was responsible for developing and providing real estate investment strategies in Asia Pacific.
Previously Henry was with Deutschue Bank Group, where he had numerous roles, ranging from Global Real Estate Strategist to Co-Head of Real Estate for Asia Pacific for their Private Banking business. Henry was previously the Global Real Estate Strategist at RREEF offices in London and Hong Kong.
Henry is an Assistant Professor at National Taipei University (Taiwan); a Visiting Professor at Oxford Brookes University (UK). He is also a member of Society of Property Researchers (SPR), Investment Property Forum (IPF), Urban Land Institute (ULI), Asia Public Real Estate Association (APREA), Asian Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate Vehicles (ANREV), International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC), SFC Hong Kong, HKSI and UKSIP.
Mr. Chi has more than 10 years of experiences in real estate fund management and investment globally. He joined KaiLong in 2016 and is responsible for fund raising and outbound investment.
Prior to joining KaiLong, Mr. Chi was the Senior Director of Tishman Speyer’s Equity Capital Markets group where he focused on outbound investments and RMB fund raising. Prior to that, Mr. Chi was at Partners Group where he led the Greater China private real estate portfolio since 2010 and was responsible for both fund and direct investments as well as portfolio management for the Greater China region. Mr. Chi began his career in the Investment Banking Division of Deutsche Bank AG focusing on public listings and mergers & acquisitions.
He is KaiLong USD Funds's Investment Committee Member; ANREV's Membership Committee's Deputy Chairman.
M.B.A. Haas School of Business - University of California, Berkeley
B.A. in Business Economics and Chinese - University of California, Los Angeles
Guy is currently Managing Director, Real Estate Investments at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Asia Inc. (CPPIB), responsible for the acquisition of real estate investments for the fund across Asia, with a specific focus on Greater China. Since joining CPPIB in 2009 Guy has overseen the growth of the China portfolio to its current equity exposure of over USD4 billion. CPPIB currently has over USD 45 billion invested in property globally of which over USD 10 billion is invested in Asia.
Before joining CPPIB, Guy was Vice President and Chief Representative of Citi Property Investors (CPI) China based in Shanghai. Guy joined CPI in February 2005 and successfully completed over USD 500 million of commercial and residential transactions by asset value in Greater China. In addition to his role in acquisitions, Guy was also actively involved in asset management and was responsible for investor relations for CPI’s Asia Fund, which totalled USD 1.3 billion of commitments.
Prior to joining CPI, Guy worked in the Corporate Finance department of Citigroup both in Hong Kong and Moscow, Russia and was also previously a Managing Director of Savills China for five years, establishing the company’s presence in Shanghai. He holds a MBA from New York University and a MA in Chinese from Oxford University.