Investment Opportunities in the Japan Real Estate Market Seminar

25 May 2018 CBRE Hong Kong

Equiom Japan will be hosting a seminar about investments in Japan Real Estate in conjunction with CBRE Hong Kong on Friday 25 May 2018. The event will take place from 12:30 – 14:00 at the CBRE office in Central, Hong Kong.

About CBRE Hong Kong

CBRE is the leading full-service real estate and investment organisation in the world. Their Hong Kong office has grown considerably through natural expansion and strategic acquisition since the business first entered the market in 1978. Today, Hong Kong is CBRE’s strategic regional hub and Asia Pacific headquarters with more than 1,000 professionals working together to provide clients the best and most informed real estate solutions.

Equiom Japan

Equiom Japan is the host for this real estate seminar. A welcome speech will be provided by Greg McDonald and Robert Crane will be speaking on behalf of the team on the opportunities and pitfalls to look out for when investing in Japan real estate.

Robert has over 16 years' experience advising multinationals and start-ups in Tokyo. He joined Equiom after his own companies were acquired by the Group in 2017. He served as the Assistant Director for the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), where he focused on inward investment. He has helped over 100 companies set up their operations in Japan and has an excellent knowledge of the Japanese market. Robert has a passion for real estate and he also runs a boutique real estate brokerage in Yokohama and owns several investment and leisure properties in Japan.

Agenda

12.30 - Registration and networking opportunity

13.00 - Introduction - Greg McDonald, Managing Director, Equiom Japan

13.10 - Japanese Commercial Property Market Overview - Go Hashimoto, Japan Desk, CRBE Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan

13.30 - Opportunities and Considerations when Investing in Japan Real Estate - Robert Crane, Corporate Development Director, Equiom Canada

13.50: Questions and closing


Register to attend the free event by email