iAdvisory Clinic: Understanding the Real Estate Sector in Myanmar

Thu, 18 Sep, 2014, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (GMT+8)
230 Victoria Street, #10-00 Bugis Junction Office Tower Singapore Singapore

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Emerging from decades of isolation, Myanmar’s recent economic and political reforms have inspired optimism among investors. Before embarking on real estate projects, join us to understand the overall investment climate in Myanmar as well as key business procedures when doing business in the market.

This workshop will not only give participants an overview of Myanmar’s property landscape and opportunities available in real estate developments, but also explain how participants can identify bankable projects in the market. Despite the positive economic outlook for Myanmar, it is important for investors to be aware of the risks of doing business in a market that is still in the midst of firming up its legal and economic frameworks. Legal experts will be talking about the laws governing real estate and hiring practices in Myanmar.

Date: 18 September 2014

Venue: Level 10, IE Singapore, Bugis Junction Office Tower

Registration Fees: $40 (inclusive of GST and refreshments)

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TIME

PROGRAMME

8.30am

Registration

9.00am

Welcome address

Ms Shu Ying Lai, Divisional Director, Southeast Asia Group, IE Singapore

9.10am

Laws governing real estate and hiring practices in Myanmar

Mr Minn Naing Oo, Managing Director, Allen & Gledhill (Myanmar) Co., Ltd.

9.50am

How IE can help in your internationalisation journey

Customer Service Group, IE Singapore

10.10am

Networking tea break

10.40am

Identifying bankable real estate projects in Myanmar

Mr Tan Kok Keong, Chief Executive Officer, REMS Advisors Pte Ltd

11.10am

Panel discussion

Moderator:

Ms Florence Loh, Centre Director (Yangon), IE Singapore

12.00pm

End

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