Panelists finalized for TRD’s Shanghai showcase

Farkas, Naftali, Spitzer and about 50 other US real estate pros participating in September show

New York /
Sep.September 02, 2015 03:40 PM

With The Real Deal’s U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum in Shanghai just one week away, the more than 50 panelists attending next week comprise a who’s who of U.S. real estate and development.

The list of panelists in alphabetical order includes:

(A-L) Scott Alper of the Witkoff Group; Veronica Cervera of Cervera Real Estate; I-Fei Chang of Greenland USA; Mark Chu of Eastdil Secured; Tony Cho of Metro 1; Michael Cole of Mingtiandi; Daniel Cordeiro of Corcoran Sunshine; Shang Dai of Kuafu Properties; Vivian Ding of GDOS; Fredrik Eklund of Douglas Elliman; Andrew Farkas of Island Capital; Nikki Field of Sotheby’s International Realty; Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica; Stan Gale Jr. of Gale International; Vanessa Grout of CMC Real Estate; Mike Hampton of Chaplin School; Andrew Heiberger of Town Residential; Kate Kalmykov of Greenberg Traurig; Stephen Kliegerman of Halstead Property Development Marketing; Ron Klein of Holland & Knight; Daniel Kodsi of Royal Palm Communities; John Liang of Xinyuan Real Estate; Xu Liyun of New Oriental.

(M-Z) Nicholas Mastroianni II of U.S. Immigration Fund; Sean Mei of Partners Trust China; Howard Michaels of Carlton Group; Jonathan Miller of Miller Samuel; Jade Mills or Caldwell Banker; Bruce Mosler of Cushman & Wakefield; Miki Naftali of Naftali Group; Rodrigo Nino of Prodigy; Shaun Osher of CORE; Stephen Owens of Swire Properties; Omer Ozden, Rocktree Capital; Greg Peng, Cindat Capital Management; Eran Polack of HAP Investments; Shlomi Reuveni of Town New Development; Billy Rose of the Agency; Rotem Rosen of Sapir; Rick Rush of Hodges Ward Elliott; Jonathan Simon of Simon Baron Development; Andrew Sohn of Due West; Philip Spiegelman of International Sales Group; Eliot Spitzer of Spitzer Enterprises; Neal Sroka of Douglas Elliman; Clem Turner of Homeier & Law; Mauricio Umansky of the Agency; Jennifer Wang of PwC Shanghai; Steve Witkoff of Witkoff Group; Allan Wu of Fenwick Keats; Mercedes Yao of Vanke and Yong Zhang of Xinyuan Real Estate.

The show will be held at the Jing-An Shangri-La Hotel in Shanghai from Sept. 10-12. It will feature networking events, breakout workshops, a showcase of 100 developments, as well as the panels, which will cover a full range of topics about investing in U.S. real estate.

For more information on the event, click here or check out the hashtag #TRDShanghai for updates via social media.


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