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Briefing & Drinks with Colliers International - Saving occupancy costs in today's real estate market

Thu 06 October 2011 17:30 - 20:00
Colliers International Ltd.

We are pleased to invite you to the second edition of “Briefing & Drinks” whereby our members present the sectors in which they operate, as well as outlining their strategies and operations. Our host company this time is Colliers International; a leader in global real estate services and is the premier international real estate consultant in Japan.

They offer a full range of services: Tenant Representation, Investment Services, Property & Project Management, Asset Management, Valuation & Advisory Services and Research. The synergy from these specialized departments is the source of Colliers International's superior services. Cross-leveraging their in-depth experience and proprietary knowledge creates premium value to accelerate the success of their clients.

In this presentation you will receive an explanation of how Colliers International Japan has morphed from a developer into a successful real estate services company through specialization, cross fertilization and offering a unique business proposition. Current market trends are also addressed, as is the opportunity of achieving savings in the current market.

About the Speaker

Richard van Rooij has 20 years of high level diversified real estate services experience in Japan. He has been involved with development, brokerage and property and portfolio management. During 1997-2007 Richard acted as the managing director of Colliers International in Japan and in 2006 oversaw the establishment of Halifax Asset Management. He is currently the representative director of both Colliers International and Halifax Asset Management.

In addition Richard has held directorships at Jardine Matheson Japan (2001-2004), Colliers International Asia Pacific (2004-2007), The British Industry Center (2000-2005) and the Tokyo Business Leaders Forum (2006-2009, an advisory panel on investment promotion to the mayor of Osaka). He currently serves as Director of the NCCJ as well as Councilor of the Japan Netherlands Society. He is a Dutch national residing in Japan since 1988 and has a university degree from Radboud University in the Netherlands.

There is no charge for this event and both members and their guests are welcome to attend. Informal networking after the briefing at a locally situated bar is at your own expense.