Wednesday 12 January 2022
Hong Kong launch - Webinar
ANREV Investment Intentions Asia Survey 2022 Hong Kong launch webinar is successfully held on 12 January 2022.
The 2022 ANREV/INREV/PREA Investment Intentions survey attracted 99 respondents in total including 91 institutional investors and 8 funds of funds managers. Ms. Amélie Delaunay of ANREV, Ms. Rosanna Tang of Colliers, Mr. Guy Fulton of CPPIB, Mr Andrew Moore of Schroders and Mr. Eduard Wehry of PGIM shared with us the key highlights of the survey and discussed the upcoming investment trends on Asia Pacific region.
17:00 - 18:00 (HKT, UTC +8)
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Amélie Delaunay is the Director of Research and Professional Standards for ANREV. She is responsible for the development and implementation of ANREV’s Research, Performance Measurement and Professional Standards programmes in Asia Pacific, including market information and performance indices, global surveys and promotion of best practices for the industry.
Amélie has more than 19 years of experience in the real estate industry and a strong real estate consulting background initially with Ernst & Young. She has been based in Asia for more than 15 years.
Educated at the Sorbonne in Paris, where she was awarded a post graduate degree in Urban Geography, Town Planning and Real Estate, Amélie also has an Advanced Master's Degree in Urban and Real Estate Management from ESSEC Business School in Paris. Amélie is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Rosanna Tang joined Colliers in 2019 as the Head of Research for Hong Kong & Greater Bay Area.
With 15 years’ research experience, Rosanna has a deep understanding of all property sectors, research products and client requirements. With specific expertise in Office, Retail, Industrial and Hotel, Rosanna has continued to excel and is considered a leading authority on Hong Kong’s growing data centre market.
Prior to joining Colliers, Rosanna worked in the Corporate Planning & Strategic Investment Department of Sun Hung Kai Properties where she led and contributed to research analysis for Hong Kong and overseas property markets.
Rosanna graduated from Peking University with a Bachelor of Law degree majoring in Political and Public Administration and double degree in Sociology, with a Master of Finance from the University of Michigan.
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.
Andrew Moore is Head of Asia Pacific Real Estate at Schroders Capital, the private assets arm of Schroders Group plc, one of the largest and longest established independent global investment management companies in the world, with almost US$1trn of AUM. Schroders Capital invests in direct real estate across all asset classes in the most developed and liquid markets in Asia, creating value with our “hospitality approach” - treating every property as its own business – by re-positioning, physical improvement, rebranding and active management. The company currently deploys capital from relatively small closed-end limited partnership funds, which enables it to offer co-investments to its institutional investors from the US, Europe and Asia.
Andrew began his career in London in 1987 as a graduate with Edward Erdman Chartered Surveyors, moving to Nelson Bakewell the following year, where he became Associate Director. He moved to Asia with Jones Lang Wootton in 1993, taking on responsibility for office projects including The Peninsula’s tower extension in Kowloon and Jardine’s new
development in Ho Chi Minh City. Andrew joined Jardine Fleming in 1995, as portfolio manager with the pan-Asian fund JF Asian Realty Inc, managing investments in Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Australia. In 2000, together with David Holdsworth and Singuz Lo, Andrew co-founded Pamfleet in a management buyout of the JF platform. The business built a successful track record as an operating partner, originating, co-investing and asset managing value-add real estate investments, with its notable transactions in Hong Kong including Vicwood Plaza, Kowloon City Plaza, Nexxus Building and KoHo. Pamfleet raised its first co-mingled blind pool discretionary fund in
2011. In 2020, as Chief Executive of Pamfleet, Andrew led the firm in its merger with Schroders.
Andrew has an Honours Degree in Urban Land Administration from the University of Portsmouth (1987) and a Masters, with Distinction, in International Real Estate from Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2005). He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors. Andrew is a member of ANREV’s
Manager Advisory Council.
Eduard Wehry is a managing director at PGIM Real Estate. Eduard is head of Hong Kong and head of business development for Asia Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, he is responsible for investor relationships and capital raising in the region. He is a member of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee.
Eduard joined PGIM Real Estate in February 2016.
Prior to joining PGIM Real Estate, he was the Asia Pacific regional head of Investors Services at CBRE global investors and a member of its Global leadership team. Prior to this, he was regional head of Institutional Clients at ING Real Estate Investment Management. He began his career
in 1995 in Investment Banking and spent 11 years working in corporate finance M&A advisory roles in Amsterdam, London and Hong Kong, with ING Barings, Baring Brothers International and ING Corporate Finance.
Eduard transferred to Hong Kong in April 2000 and has been based in Asia since, gaining broad experience in working in the different markets across the region.
Eduard holds a master of science in business administration from the Erasmus University in