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Australia's property development industry is changing as China globalises.
'China-disruption' is impacting capital, competition, cooperation, completion, and community in Australia's property markets, which provides challenges and opportunities for developers and investors.
Basis Point's inaugural Aus-China Property Developers & Investors Conference, organized with Urban Taskforce as a supporting organization, will provide a platform for Chinese and Australian participants to capture opportunities in this disrupted sector. The themes of this major event include:
We look forward to meeting you along with 300-500 delegates to network, do deals, learn more, interact more and ultimately succeed from this significant disruption in the Australian property development industry.
We would like to thank our Platinum sponsor National Australia Bank (NAB), Gold sponsors: Gadens & Balmain Group; Silver Sponsors: AZIBA, ACBNewsOnline, SUMO SIV, and KordaMentha for their support. For sponsorship opportunities please contact
Clinton D'Silva at or 02 9680 9448
Date: Monday 8th December, 1.30pm to 7.30pm.(Presentations start 2pm, Cocktails from 6pm)
Location: Level 3, Grand Ballroom, Hilton Hotel, 488 George Street, Sydney.
Cost: $398 plus GST ($437.80) all inclusive early bird fee (ends Nov 28th). There after $438 plus GST.
Attendees: 300 – 500 delegates comprising:
The event will take place during a time of heightened interest in the Aus-China relationship due to the:.
The 2nd annual Significant Investor Visa conference was held on the 3rd of July at the Hilton Hotel, Grand Ballroom, Sydney. Nearly 300 attendees including 20 panelists attended.
The conference discussed the mission-critical topics central to the success of SIV, and provided a platform for investors/their advisors/compradors, investment providers/SMEs and service providers to network.
Interest in our SIV initiatives (including our latest newsletter) has been strong, especially with the SIV programme gaining momentum. The magnitude for SIV opportunities can be seen in the $650 million in fees (immigration/legal fees alone) paid by 65,000 applicants to Canada's SIV equivalent.
And we are seeing the rise of the Australia comprador, (a reversal of history) in connecting Chinese UHNW to Australian investment opportunities.
We also note that SIV service providers and non-competing SIV product providers are becoming strong referral agents for participants in the SIV industry. The power of networking and the establishment of referral marketing channels is very evident in this new SIV industry.
Basis Point's free* China Equity Market Access Seminar & Drinks, Thursday 13th November 5pm -7.45pm in Sydney,sponsored by Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Baker & McKenzie.
An expert panel will discuss recent trends in China A-share investments, China's changing equity landscape and how global institutions can access the equity markets of China, the world's second largest economy.
*The event is complimentary to ASIC-regulated fund managers and brokers; APRA-regulated institutional investors and banks; proprietary trading firms; and qualified family offices.
Our panellists include one of Australia's largest fund of funds, one of the world's best futures fund managers(now retired but still trading), a global proprietary trading firm in Asia and of course, Singapore Exchange. Complimentary seating is limited to 100.