: Who Will Take Gold in Vancouver's Real Estate Games?
Join us on June 15, 2010 for an enlightening luncheon discussing one of Vancouver's hottest topics -- the current and forecasted state of our commercial and residential real estate markets following the Olympic Games. Our speaker panel will feature leading economist, Cameron Muir, residential real estate specialist Andrea Eng, bringing her experience post-Beijing Olympics and pre-London 2012, commercial property investor Shenoor Jadavji, and HSBC’s regional head of commercial real estate lending, Dale Telfer.
12:00 - 1:30 Luncheon and Panel Discussion
Panelists will include:Cameron Muir
(Chief Economist, BC Real Estate Association)Andrea Eng
(BC's "Broker to the Billionaires")Shenoor Jadavji
(President of Lotus Pacific Holdings Ltd., 2010 Legacies Now Board Member)Dale Telfer
(VP Commercial Real Estate, HSBC Bank Canada)Cameron Muir
(Chief Economist, BC Real Estate Association)
Cameron Muir is a well known economist and real estate expert. He joined the British Columbia Real Estate Association as Chief Economist in November 2006 and since that time he has built the economics department from the ground up—providing objective analysis, research and regular forecasts of the economy, housing market and mortgage rates. Before joining BCREA, Cameron spent 10 years with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation as senior market analyst for the BC Region.
He is a member of the Canadian Association of Business Economists and the Association of Professional Economists of BC.Andrea Eng
(BC's "Broker to the Billionaires")
Armed with a Bachelor of Commerce in Urban Land Economics & Public Policy from UBC, Vancouver-born and raised Andrea Eng trail-blazed careers first as the only woman at Colliers Macaulay Nicolls in investment sales and moved up their ranks as national Top 20 having sold the Hotel Georgia in Vancouver three times. She moved to Hong Kong in 1993 to become a global real estate fund manager for billionaire Richard Li, second son of Sir Li Ka-Shing, where she developed properties in Toronto [Best in Canada 2001 - Canadian Interiors Magazine], Hong Kong and Singapore. She worked in London with Hutchison-Whampoa’s 3UK in 2005-6. She continues as global strategist for her international investors and has recently founded www.realestatefundmanager.com.Shenoor Jadavji
(President of Lotus Pacific Holdings Ltd., 2010 Legacies Now Board Member)
Shenoor Jadavji is the founder and president of Lotus Pacific Holdings Ltd. Lotus Pacific specializes in commercial real estate investment and development of properties in Western Canada, Northwestern United States and India focusing on value creation and development.
Ms. Jadavji participates in the acquisition strategy, financing and risk management of investments and has been involved in the Western Canadian commercial real estate industry since 1988 in investment sales with Colliers International and in asset management with Lotus Pacific Management until 1999. Shenoor serves on the 2010 Legacies Now Board of Directors, the President's Advisory Council for the University of British Columbia, and also serves in an advisory capacity on strategic endeavours to the Aga Khan University. Ms. Jadavji holds an Honours Business Degree in Finance and Urban Land Economics from the Sauder Business School at the University of British Columbia.Dale Telfer
(VP Commercial Real Estate, HSBC Bank Canada)
Dale Telfer is Vice President and Regional Head of Commerical Real Estate Lending, B.C. for HSBC Bank Canada, with whom he has worked for the past 12 years. He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) degree. Dale has 23 years of banking and lending experience (21 in Vancouver), including various roles in commercial, corporate and real estate banking. He has been actively involved in leadership and fundraising roles with BC Childrens Hospital Foundation for 7 years, most recently as Chair of the Banks Division for the annual Miracle Weekend telethon. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family, various forms of outdoor recreation, coaching his son's sports teams, and is an avid European soccer and World Cup fan. He and his wife Barb have an eight year old son.