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AsiaProperty Awards 2015 Winners Announced!

Published on January 8th, 2016

Last week we announced the winners of the AsiaProperty Awards 2015, which were decided in some cases by a public vote and in others by our judging panel.

Congratulations to all our winners and thanks to the judging panel of Alan Dalgliesh, ANREV; David Watt, Link REIt/InfraRed NF*; John Fitzgerald, ULI; Peter Verwer, APREA.
(*please note David Watt did not score the InfraRed entry for Cross border deal of the year).

The Awards will return next year in a revamped and interactive format and with another exlcusive Awards dinner in Hong Kong, please contact for information about attendance and sponsorship. Categories and the Awards format will be revealed in the February issue of AsiaProperty.

AsiaProperty Awards 2015 winners

Property personality of the year*
Li Ka-shing, Cheung Kong Property

Asian outbound investor of the year*
Ping An Insurance

The EuroProperty Award*

Cross border deal of the year
InfraRed NF Capital Partners for the sale of EC Mall, Beijing

Development of the year
Henderson Land and Hip Shing Hong for Global Trade Square, Hong Kong

White Paper:
CBRE for the Great wave of fund expiry

Thank you to our sponsors, to the judging panel, to all attendees and to everyone who voted!

*winners by public vote




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