- published: 19 May 2015
- views: 233
Q2 office leasing volumes surge 40% year-on-year, with India and Greater China the strongest markets. China moves ahead of Japan as Asia Pacific’s largest market for commercial real estate investment, even as Japan records the quarter’s fastest increase in capital values.
We talked to key regional business leaders at our recent Hong Kong 7s client event to get an update on the markets across the region.
Susannah West, sustainability director for JLL, South Asia explains the rise in popularity of green leases, and how you can make the most of your green lease. Find out more in our recent white paper http://www.ap.jll.com/asia-pacific/en-gb/research/709/ess-greenleasing-oct2015
Penske Truck Leasing Co., L.P., headquartered in Reading, Pa., is a joint venture of Penske Corporation, Penske Automotive Group and General Electric. A leading global transportation services provider, Penske operates more than 200,000 vehicles and serves customers from more than 1,000 locations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Product lines include full-service truck leasing, contract maintenance, used truck sales, commercial and consumer truck rentals, transportation and warehousing management, and supply chain management solutions. Visit us online: http://www.gopenske.com
Cheryl Ng Leasing Manager Singapore "I can marry my work life as well as my private life together, integrate them." CapitaLand Mall Asia is a place where we make shopping fun, exciting and memorable for the community. Our malls are an integral part of the communities where they are located. Our people are driven by a passion to enrich the communities, deliver value and sustain our planet. Every day in CapitaLand Mall Asia is an adventure and an opportunity for personal and professional growth. Learn more about the work culture, career opportunities, training and development that CapitaLand Mall Asia offer from our employees' video testimonies. Search for a career opportunity that fulfils your aspirations at www.capitalandmallasia.com/careers
Asia Pacific investment volumes reach $88 billion year-to-date, while increased space requirements from corporates are reflected in a 33% surge in leasing activity over the same period. Tokyo is now the third most actively traded market globally, with investors attracted to Japan by the wide yield spreads on offer. Dr Jane Murray shares the Asia Pacific Q3 highlights. Explore APPD http://www.jllapsites.com/research/appd-online
AirAsia Bhd group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes says the carrier is nowhere close to selling its leasing unit, Asia Aviation Capital Ltd, despite already having received a US$1 billion offer from an undisclosed bidder.
Bengaluru is leading from the front when it comes to a revival in India's office space leasing industry. With India now emerging as the bright-spot in this category in the Asia-Pacific region, CNBC-TV18's Rukmini Rao and Arundathi Ramanan report that d...
Asia's richest man, Li Ka-shing, aims to buy his way into the global aircraft leasing business as his flagship investment firm holds talks with lessors on building a portfolio of planes. In a potential series of deals, the Hong Kong tycoon's Cheung Kong (Holdings) is in discussions to form a joint venture with Mitsubishi's Aviation Partners leasing arm. Li's firm is already bidding for a $5 billion fleet of 100 planes that lessor AWAS Aviation Capital Ltd has put up for sale. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/W6Mn9u5GCrs/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
2014 was a record year for investment in Asia Pacific, with Japan and Australia proving especially attractive to offshore investors. India’s expanding tech sector helped make it the year’s standout performer in the leasing market. A further pick up in leasing and investment is expected in the region in 2015.
The tech sector lights up demand for office space across Asia Pacific as regional rental growth continues to pick up. Japan and Australia remain attractive to investors, while investment activity has softened in China.
Asia's richest man, Li Ka-shing, aims to buy his way into the global aircraft leasing business as his flagship investment firm holds talks with lessors on building a portfolio of planes, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. In a potential series of deals, the Hong Kong tycoon's Cheung Kong Ltd is in discussions to form a joint venture with Mitsubishi Corp's MC Aviation Partners leasing arm, one executive said. Li's firm is already bidding for a $5 billion fleet of 100 planes that lessor AWAS Aviation Capital Ltd has put up for sale. http://news.yahoo.com/li-ka-shing-sets-course-200-billion-aircraft-210436322--sector.html http://www.wochit.com
20+ years experience as an expert with successful track record and contributions to the mall industry. CEO and Founder, Synergistic Real Estate (SRE) with various offices in Asia. Services global firms penetrating Asia market as their development consultant and asset manager including helping local developers who are learning the mall business.
Experts involved in the IASB and FASB lease accounting changes join Michael to share how these changes may impact your business. These changes are expected to be retroactive to 2016! Are you ready? * Will companies negotiate for shorter leases? * Impact on company balance sheet and valuation * Impact on lease vs purchase decisions * Actual process to capitalize a lease
Panel Session 2: Financing The Asian Order Book - Europe's debt woes - what does it mean for Asian Aircraft Financing? - What are the challenges and opportunities in Asia as a result of financial conditions around the globe? - What financing structures work in Asia and why? Are we likely to see an EETC securitisation in Asia? - What is the outlook for Lessors seeking capital to support the Asian region's expansion? - How has growing competition amongst Lessors in Asia changed leasing economics? What is the outlook for yields and long-term leases? Moderator: Robert Martin, Managing Director & CEO, BOC Aviation Panellists: Leonard Chuah, Senior Vice President, Marketing -- Asia, Aircastle Simon Hanson, Managing Director & Head of Asia Pacific, Avolon Michael Hazelton, Vice President...
Subscribe to our newsletter at http://www.goldmoney.com/goldresearch. Episode 79: Andy Duncan interviews Alasdair Macleod, Head of Research at GoldMoney. They talk about possible security issues with the big gold and silver ETFs GLD and SLV due to insufficient regulation, and also discuss western central banks' gold leasing activities. In his recent article (gata.org/node/11965) published on the GATA website, Alasdair Macleod writes about how custody arrangements for the GLD and SLV exchange traded funds may be compromising shareholder security because they exist outside the regulatory regime of the UK's Financial Services Authority, and instead solely rely upon the "good practices" of the LBMA. As part of their discussion, they touch upon the merits and risks of gold investors using ETF...
What is a financial? clearance deadline? Financial? aid please help 10 points? Financial? aid suspension? Financial? leasing companies in the philippines? Need-based financial? aid?!? Where are the best financial? planners? More financial? aid.? Question about us/global financial? crisis? Question concerning financial? management?
Alexander RUBTSOV, Ilyushin Finance Co. CEO about operational leasing on regional aircraft in Russia (russian) Александр РУБЦОВ, генеральный директор Ильюшин Финанс об операционном лизинге региональных ВС на Конференции Авиационное финансирование и лизинг в России и странах СНГ
Avation (AVAP) Avation PLC is a specialist commercial passenger aircraft leasing company managing a fleet of 28 aircraft which it leases to airlines across the world. Our customers include Virgin Australia, Thomas Cook, Condor, Fiji Airways and UNI Air. Avation also has a subsidiary that supplies aircraft parts and spares to a range of operators, internationally.
The car leasing industry is in good shape again. Lease companies are aiming to expand their client portfolios with new services and products, targeting new types of prospects. The result: traditional multibrand car lease companies are entering the B2C market with car fleet driver related products and private lease concepts, while captive lease companies are abandoning their single-minded focus on B2C, developing a strategic interest in the B2B market. So what does this mean for the future of both captives and non-captives? And is there a new trend in terms of car leasing service that could enter the European market? This and more you can discover in the recorded version of our latest Global Fleet Webinar.