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Will rents continue to rise? Will interest rates go up? Dr Megan Walters explains what lies ahead for property investors seeking assets in Asia Pacific.
Filmed June 3, 2015, at the ULI Asia Pacific in Tokyo, Japan. According to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2015, real estate markets throughout Asia are expected to remain resilient despite weakening economic fundamentals, as capital continues to flow into the industry from a variety of investment sources, both domestic and international. Japan remains a favored country for real estate activity, with Tokyo and Osaka ranked first and third, respectively, in terms of investment and development prospects for next year. Our panel of institutional investors will talk deal flows and liquidity; outflow of Asian capital to other global markets; and the impact of Japanese capital on real estate as it goes outbound. Discussion Leaders: * Fred Uruma of Touchstone Capital Management * ...
FIJI, the graphic FISH MARKET of its capital SUVA (Pacific Ocean): Let's to to the spectacular Fiji Islands in the Pacific Ocean and visit the capital, the city of Suva located on the island of Viti Levu. It is Saturday morning and we will walk through the very graphic fish market located by the waterfront and very close to the famous produce market. Enjoy!! Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org
AMERICAN SAMOA, PAGO PAGO (Pacific Ocean): Let's go for a walk around this town, also capital of the American territory of American Samoa, let's see a variety of sights and I will explain to you why this place will not on anyone's visitation plans any time soon. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com. American Samoa is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the South Pacific Ocean, southeast of Samoa.
FIJI, the market of its capital SUVA: Let's go for a walk and let's tour the most spectacular site in the capital of Fiji, the city of Suva. Here is the central market which is very graphic and a very busy place, notice the strong cultural images... Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org
What awaits for member countries involved in the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement? What is the current state of e-Commerce growth in Malaysia? And what are the challenges startup SMEs are currently facing? Get your insights from expects and analysts on Capital Markets, every Thursday, 8.30pm.
The opening of the International Organisation of Securities Commission's (IOSCO) Asia Pacific hub here is a recognition of Malaysia's international leadership role in building sound global capital markets. Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak said the selection of Malaysia as the host also reflected the strength and quality of the country's capital market, as well as its regulatory architecture. He said this in his speech during the launch of the hub earlier today. The hub, which is IOSCO's first hub outside its headquarters in Madrid, Spain, was launched at The Global Emerging Markets Regulatory Conference 2017.
Asia Capital Markets Institute (ACMI) is an industry-wide capital markets educational initiative that promotes professionalism, efficiency and innovation for excellence in client service and in the long-term best interests of corporate issuers and capital markets integrity. To find out more about ACMI and its activities, please see http://www.asiacmi.com/ ACMI's Hong Kong Launch Summit included sharings from leading practitioners and stakeholders from across the capital markets ecosystem: (a) SFC keynote address: Importance of capital markets professionalism and the role of regulators - James Shipton - SFC Executive Director, Intermediaries http://www.sfc.hk/web/EN/files/ER/PDF/Speeches/James%20Shipton_20140617.pdf (b) HKEx keynote address: Insights into HKEx’s initiatives to improve...
VANUATU, the market of PORT VILA, PACIFIC OCEAN: Let's visit one of the most graphic fruit and produce markets in the Pacific Ocean, the market of Vanuatus' capital, the city of Port Vila... Here you will find lots of fruit, produce and lots of wonderful culture!! Enjoy!! Vic Stefanu, email@example.com
Commercial real estate transaction volumes in Asia Pacific set a new record in 2013 -- reaching USD 126.8 billion. In the opening weeks of 2014, deals have already been recorded by our Jones Lang LaSalle capital markets teams and work in progress points to a robust first quarter for 2014. Dr Megan Walters, head of Asia Pacific Capital Markets Research shares with you more.
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