Emerging from the Downturn with Strength: The Role of Corporate Real Estate

Emerging from the Downturn with Strength: The Role of Corporate Real Estate


March 2010

Emerging from the Downturn with Strength: The Role of Corporate Real Estate Moderator: Michael Zamora, Senior Manager APAC, Cisco ? BIO Speakers: Nathan Perks, Director, Head of Strategic Planning & Real Estate, Deutsche Bank AG ? BIO Jeremy Sheldon, Managing Director, Markets Asia Pacific, Jones Lang LaSalle ? BIO Brian Crockford, Regional Operations Program Manager, Real Estate & Facilities, Microsoft Corp. ? BIO Glen Bath, Regional Head - Procurement, AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Ltd ? BIO Perks Sheldon Crockford Bath Zamora As economies in the region and around the world move towards recovery in 2010 and 2011 there is still a lot of uncertainty about the timing, speed and extent of the recovery. Corporate real estate executives will play a key role in their organizations recovery, but how should they interact with the business going forward and what will their new role be? This interactive panel discussion will explore what is fundamentally different about this downturn, key lessons from this and previous economic crises, how the global nature of this crisis might provide specific opportunities for Asia, how perspectives on pricing service delivery and business needs may have changed and what are the new challenges for CRE executives as the industry enters a new era.

Keywords: Market Conditions, Economy, Porfolio Optimization

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