26 Apr 2022

Schroders: Podcast: Asia Pacific real estate: is it time to invest?

During this week’s Investor Download podcast, Andrew Haskins, Head of Strategy and Investor Advisory, Real Estate, Asia Pacific, joins Ron Insana, Senior Advisor to Schroders and CNBC Contributor. During the 20-minute podcast, they elaborate on factors impacting the Asia Pacific real estate market: continued urbanization, the emergence of megacities, leadership in technology and the “silver” economy. They also highlight potential investment opportunities.


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