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Hideki Ota

Head of Japan Capital Markets

Capital Markets & Investment Services

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Professional Summary

Hideki is the head of Capital Markets team (CM)  in Japan and responsible for coordinating all major mandates and client strategies associated with investing in Japan. He ensures to provide the best resources for innovative solution and investment strategies in real estate market in Japan. His mandates include helping Japanese capital to invest outside Japan, utilizing Colliers' strong global network.

Accomplishments

He has 26 years career for real estate advisory business. He accomplished a couple of USD 1 billion mega deal advisory including AIG Otemachi (2010), Daiei retail portfolio (2007) and LaSalle logistics portfolio (2011). In addition, his expertise in very broad asset types is provided by his experiences including Ginza 12, Hakata Gates, Sapporo Norbesa, Trius (retail), Logiport Fukuoka,  Fukuoka Process Center, Ariake Logistics Center and Wanbishi NO5 Center (Logistics) and Clarion HQ, Yamaguchi and Cosmo Building, Nishimoto Kosan Kanda Building, Hamarikyu Parkside Place (Office).
He also has an extensive experience of REIT IPO, real estate M&A and equity raising through his tenure with Merrill Lynch.

Education

MBA Kelly School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington

Memberships & Involvements

Certified Real Estate Appraiser
Licensed Real Estate Broker

US CPA (passed all exam)

 

Featured Research

Mar 4, 2020

COVID-19: Impact on Japan Property Markets | Colliers Flash

The outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has resulted in increased adverse impacts on the Japanese economy. As China is Japan’s largest trading partner, representing 29% of imports and 22% of exports, we expect both demand and supply impacts in coming months.
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Mar 3, 2020

COVID-19: Impact on APAC Real Estate Capital Markets

The outbreak of COVID-19 will sharply lower 2020 GDP growth in China and Hong Kong SAR, and adversely affect the rest of Asia, but less so Australia. The Asian retail sector has been notably hard hit. We assume the outbreak peaks in H1, though the spread of the virus beyond Asia raises the possibility of longer-term disruption. Investment property sales may weaken across Asia in H1, although a recent big investment in Shanghai shows some key real estate players are already looking beyond the likely downturn.
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