C.Y. Leung, Hong Kong’s chief executive and the founding chairman of ULI Asia Pacific, is scheduled to address attendees at the ULI Asia Pacific Summit, planned for June 4 to 6 in Shanghai.
Other confirmed speakers include Jonathan Woetzel, director of McKinsey & Company’s Cities Special Initiative; and Thai-Ker Liu, founding chairman of Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities. In conjunction with ULI, the Centre for Liveable Cities wrote the new report 10 Principles for Liveable High-Density Cities: Lessons from Singapore.
More than 250 of Asia’s top real estate leaders attended the inaugural ULI Asia Pacific Summit held last year in Beijing. Attendees represented more than 200 companies from 18 countries around the globe. For more information on this year’s event, go to Asia.ULI.org.