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Colliers announces the Young Leaders Committee for 2022/23

Hong Kong, 30 March – Leading diversified professional services and investment management company Colliers (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI) is pleased to announce the completion of the internal process to recruit new young talent to join the Colliers Young Leaders Committee (YLC).

The YLC is an in-house programme that gives future leaders a voice and an opportunity to create meaningful change for the real estate industry, Hong Kong’s communities, and the Colliers business. It brings together like-minded individuals in a structured programme to encourage creative thinking, collaboration, and a chance to work on projects that the committee feel passionate about.

We are also delighted to share that the first act of the YLC is complete. They were asked to nominate and collectively decide on a new Chair and Co-chair to lead the committee and set out their strategy for 2022/23. Congratulations to Michelle Leung, one of our rising stars from the Valuation & Advisory Services business for being elected Chair, and Neil Dade, an accomplished Project Manager as Co-chair, who is in his second year with the programme.

Meet our young leaders:


Michelle Leung

Valuation & Advisory Services
  
    
 

Neil Dade
 
Project Management
  
Hong Kong profile Pureanae Jang 800x800
 Pureanae Jang

Valuation & Advisory Services
  
    
 
Hong Kong profile Kitty Zhang 800x800
 Kitty Zhang

Industrial Services
  
Hong Kong profile Matthew Cheng 800x800
 Matthew Cheng

Capital Markets &
Investment Services
  
    
 
Hong Kong profile Rosaline Fu 800x800
 Rosaline Fu

Valuation & Advisory Services
  

  
Hong Kong profile Vincent M Li 800x800
 Vincent Li

Valuation & Advisory Services
    
  
 
Hong Kong profile Joyce Leung 800x800
 Joyce Leung

Office Services
  

CK Lau, Colliers Managing Director | Hong Kong, said: “Colliers is built on nurturing young talent. Our pool of future leaders represents over 60% of our workforce in Hong Kong, and they are transforming the way we work. This programme is our way of ensuring they have a voice, are connected to the business and informing the executive leadersip’s decision-making process with what matters to this important demographic.” 

Jo Ledarney, Head of People & Performance | Hong Kong, concluded: “The YLC has a strong legacy within the business with our out going Chair Tom Parker delivering value across some of our core values of collaboration, being the expert and investing in relationships. We look forward to seeing how this new diverse group of young leaders will come together to innovate, disrupt and bring a new dynamic to the Colliers business in Hong Kong.”

 

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CK Lau

Managing Director | Asia

Managing Director's Office | Hong Kong

香港

CK Lau is the Managing Director of Colliers International responsible for valuation and advisory services in the Asian region.  He has over 30 years’ property experience in valuation, real estate consultancy and investment sales market in Hong Kong, the PRC and the Asian region. 

His expertise includes development consultancy; government lease modification application and premium negotiations; investment and development sites sales; litigation valuation advice and expert witness in the High Court/Lands Tribunal/arbitration; portfolio valuations; REIT property advice; rental determination; and valuation due diligence services.

He writes regularly on topics relating to land use and development in Hong Kong since 2010. His collection of over 200 articles in the Hong Kong Economic Journal and other publications can be viewed through the following link:

https://lauchunkong.wordpress.com

CK also participated as a member in the following publications:

• “The HKIS Valuation Standards 2017 & 2020”

• “HKIS Guidance Notes on Valuation of Development Land” published in 2016

• “Surveyors acting as experts in commercial rent determinations” Joint guidance note Hong Kong prepared by the HKIS and RICS Hong Kong” 1st edition 2015

 

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