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SUMMIT OVERVIEW

 Aptly themed REIT Now: 20/20 Vision for the Surging Growth of the Philippine Property and Capital Markets, the 4th APAC REIT Investment Summit 2020 brings together the industry’s most prominent decision-makers at an unprecedented time for the Philippine economy and business environment, providing direct access to influential players active in the local and international REIT sector, making 4APREIT a platform that offers new investment opportunities while having thought-provoking conversations with peers.


The 4th APAC REIT Investment Summit 2020 has an outstanding program of thought leaders offering first-rate insight and debate on the topical issues most pertinent to the real estate sector, locally and abroad. Offering a critical examination of the forces shaping the property sector, 4APREIT is tailored to give high-caliber professionals market intelligence covering the latest industry influences, insights and challenges.


Taking place on 28 July 2020 at the Grand Plaza Ballroom of Sofitel Philippine Plaza, this incisive one-day event attracts executives, senior management representatives, property and retail analysts, investors, banks, entrepreneurs, accounting, legal and professional entities operating in the world of property to:


  • Gather the latest insights and market intelligence from industry experts
  • Identify new investment opportunities
  • Forge new business relationships and strengthen existing ones
  • Participate in thought-provoking conversations with peers and industry leaders

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SUMMIT PROCEEDINGS

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REIT NEWS

Amended IRR to pave way for REIT takeoff in the Philippines

REITs to lure more foreign investments, boost infrastructure development — property advisory firm

Amended IRR to pave way for REIT takeoff in the Philippines

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

January 29, 2020 


 Colliers sees greater interest in the implementation of the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) law following the signing of the amended implementing rules and regulations (IRR) governing REITs in the country. 

REITs: Real Estate and Economic Development

REITs to lure more foreign investments, boost infrastructure development — property advisory firm

Amended IRR to pave way for REIT takeoff in the Philippines

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By Senator Sonny Angara 

The Manila Bulletin

January 26, 2020


 In our country, the main tools of financial stability have traditionally been savings, usually through a bank account, and having a job. However, there is another avenue which many Filipinos don’t seem consider at all: investment. 

REITs to lure more foreign investments, boost infrastructure development — property advisory firm

REITs to lure more foreign investments, boost infrastructure development — property advisory firm

REITs to lure more foreign investments, boost infrastructure development — property advisory firm

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    By Louella Desiderio

The Philippine Star

January 22, 2020


MANILA, Philippines — The release of the new implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Law will attract more foreign investments and boost infrastructure development, a property services firm said.

PH Eases Real Estate Investment Trust Rules

The Phils. Competes Against Singapore to Lure REIT Listings

REITs to lure more foreign investments, boost infrastructure development — property advisory firm

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  By Doris Dumlao-Abadilla

Philippine Daily Inquirer

January 21, 2020


Eleven years since the enactment of the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) law, the Philippines has finally come up with an implementing framework that is acceptable to the capital market.


The Phils. Competes Against Singapore to Lure REIT Listings

The Phils. Competes Against Singapore to Lure REIT Listings

The Phils. Competes Against Singapore to Lure REIT Listings

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  By Zhen Hao Toh

Bloomberg

January 21, 2020


Singapore’s dominant position as a real estate investment trust listing hub in Asia is being eyed by a new contender: the Philippines.

The Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission recently eased tax and ownership rules in an effort to lure REIT listings by property developers in the country.  

REIT IRR Revisions Seen to Boost PH Infra Program

The Phils. Competes Against Singapore to Lure REIT Listings

The Phils. Competes Against Singapore to Lure REIT Listings

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  By Joann Villanueva

Philippine News Agency

January 20, 2020


MANILA -- Investments in Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) are expected to increase substantially following the amendments to rules and regulations which will protect small investors and boost the Duterte administration’s infrastructure program.

Gov't Relaunches REIT Program for Property Investments

Amended rules to protect REIT small investors, ensure firms reinvest capital in PHL–Dominguez

Amended rules to protect REIT small investors, ensure firms reinvest capital in PHL–Dominguez

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  By CNN Philippines Staff

CNN Philippines 

Jan 20, 2020


Metro Manila  — The government has relaunched real estate investment trusts or REITs, a platform that would let property companies raise fresh funding from the public.

Amended rules to protect REIT small investors, ensure firms reinvest capital in PHL–Dominguez

Amended rules to protect REIT small investors, ensure firms reinvest capital in PHL–Dominguez

Amended rules to protect REIT small investors, ensure firms reinvest capital in PHL–Dominguez

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Department of Finance

January 20, 2020


A new set of amended rules and regulations for companies enticing Filipinos to buy into their ventures via the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) law will ensure that whatever fresh capital they can raise will be reinvested exclusively in the country while protecting their small investors such as middle-class families and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has said.

New regulations clear hurdles for REIT takeoff

Amended rules to protect REIT small investors, ensure firms reinvest capital in PHL–Dominguez

New regulations clear hurdles for REIT takeoff

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Department of Finance 

Jan 20, 2020

 

Real estate investment trust (REIT) companies are set for takeoff in the Philippines as the government finally releases regulations that include ownership and taxation requirements that will spur additional investment in the country’s booming property development and infrastructure sectors.

DOF: REIT to Spur Investments

REIT Expected To Finalize Take Off This Year

New regulations clear hurdles for REIT takeoff

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    By Chino S. Leyco

The Manila Bulletin

January 20, 2020


Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III expects the real estate investment trust (REIT) to spur additional investments in the country’s booming property development and infrastructure sectors following the release of the amendments to the implementing rules and regulations of the REIT Act of 2009 that include ownership and taxation requirements.

DOF approves draft IRR for REIT

REIT Expected To Finalize Take Off This Year

REIT Expected To Finalize Take Off This Year

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By Iris Gonzales 

The Philippine Star

January 13, 2020


MANILA, Philippines — There are no more stumbling blocks to the issuance of the new implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Act, industry sources said last week. The Department of Finance (DOF) has already approved the draft IRR, sources said.

REIT Expected To Finalize Take Off This Year

REIT Expected To Finalize Take Off This Year

REIT Expected To Finalize Take Off This Year

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   By Iris Gonzales 

The Philippine Star

January 06, 2020


MANILA, Philippines — Real estate investment trusts are expected to finally take off this year as the government relaxes rules of the existing decade old Real Estate Investment Trust Act.


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