Real estate’s top players are signing on to The Real Deal’s event in Shanghai — and you should, too

Join TRD for three days of networking, break-out sessions and panels

TRD New York /
Sep.September 29, 2017 12:20 PM

Clockwise from top left: Jed Garfield, Rob Verrone, Steve Witkoff, Sharif El-Gamal, Daniel Hedaya, Jacky He and Ryan Shear

The Real Deal is gearing up for our most exciting U.S. Real Estate Showcase and Forum yet — and some of the industry’s biggest names are joining us for the ride in China.

Steve Witkoff (Witkoff Group), Bruce MoslerNick Mastroianni (U.S. Immigration Fund), Sharif El-Gamal (Soho Properties), Bentley Zhao (New Empire Real Estate), Ryan Shear (PMG), Kobi Karp (Kobi Karp Architecture), Wendy Cai-Lee (Oenus Capital), Chris Wein (Great Gulf), JD Parker (Marcus & Millichap), Nikki Field (Sotheby’s International Realty) Shahab Karmely (Kar Properties), Jed Garfield (Leslie J. Garfield) Rob Verrone (Iron Hound Management), Daniel Hedaya (Ankor Management) and Jacky He (DMG Investments).

Top row, from left: Nick Mastroianni, Shahab Karmely, Bruce Mosler and Nikki Field; bottom row, from left: Kobi Karp, Wendy Cai-lee, Chris Wein, JD Parker and Bentley Zhao

In addition to drawing more than 30 U.S. developers, brokerages and other real estate services firms to the event, we have several top Chinese firms bringing their high net worth clients including CreditEase, one of China’s largest wealth managers; Bank of China, the fourth largest bank in the world by assets; Homelink, China’s largest brokerage by sales volume; and CITIC Bank, the seventh largest global bank by assets.

Every year more than 3,000 Chinese institutional and direct investors in U.S. real estate join TRD for three days of networking, break-out sessions and panels. It’s the biggest event of its kind and draws U.S. real estate players and their counterparts in China See some of the coverage of our event last November here.

The showcase takes place at the five-star Jing-An Shangri La in Shanghai. We’ll kick off with a networking cocktail party on Thursday, Nov. 2, then Nov. 3 and Nov. 4 will feature four panels each, as well as workshops and presentation from our sponsors.

Click here for more information about participating in the event or email contact [email protected].

For sponsorship information, please contact [email protected]. Confirmed sponsors for 2017 include the U.S. Immigration Fund, Allure Development, Great Gulf, Property Markets Group, Six Sigma, Ankor Management, DMG Investments, Marcus & Millichap And Blue Road.


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