Breakfast Seminar: Investing in Evolving Chinese Real Estate - What's Hot and What's Not

Hogan Lovells is pleased to invite you to the breakfast seminar "Investing in Evolving Chinese Real Estate: What's Hot and What's Not" in Shanghai, co-hosted by AustCham Shanghai, German Chamber of Commerce and the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai.

Wednesday, 31 October 2012 at 8:00am

In recent years the focus of property investment in China by foreign investors has noticeably shifted away from residential to commercial due to competition for land resources with well-connected local developers and the introduction of a raft of restrictions on the residential sector (both on buyers and financing of purchases), and we see an emerging sectoral focus spanning hospitals, retirement or senior living facilities, leisure and entertainment facilities, shopping malls, brand villages and various types of mixed use commercial-residential development. This seminar seeks to look at why residential has fallen out of favour and looks at the evolving sectors where China still needs foreign expertise, where government policy support may make it easier to get land at a sensible price, and where there is untapped or potential demand.

Speaker profile

Andrew McGinty, Shanghai Managing Partner and Co-Chair of China Corporate Practice, Hogan Lovells International LLP

Having advised on more than 50 real estate and mergers and acquisition projects over the past five years, Andrew is widely recognised as an outstanding practitioner in the real estate industry and has been named in Chambers Asia over the past three consecutive years as a Leading Individual in Real Estate practice in China. Andrew is also regarded as a Leading Individual in Corporate practice in China by Chambers Asia 2012 and IFLR1000 2012. 

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