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Tackling the “E” in ESG Bottlenecks for PBSA
Tracking the Best Practices

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Tuesday, May 17th
15:00 - 16:00 | British Summer Time (GMT+1)

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Tatiana Munhoz
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Tatiana Munhoz
Senior DirectorGRI Club

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Discussion

Tackling the "E" in ESG Bottlenecks for PBSA - Tracking the Best Practices

  • Targets for Net Zero Emissions - How can assets run more efficiently and be decarbonized?
  • Virtuous Circle - Is it possible to deliver outsized commercial performance in combination with reducing carbon footprints?
  • PBSA Operational Costs - Managing changing energy prices and mitigating risks in the future
  • Vicious Circle - Will landlords be punished for unsustainable buildings?
  • How can technology support the sustainable PBSA agenda?

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Confirmed Participants

Abhishek Kumar
Abhishek Kumar
The Covie
Antonio Lopez-Bustos
Antonio Lopez-Bustos
Unilife
Brian Lee
Brian Lee
Lendlease
Brian Welsh
Brian Welsh
Round Hill Capital
Carl-Peter Reinecke
Carl-Peter Reinecke
MVPR Inc
Carlo Matta
Carlo Matta
CA Ventures
Cope Willis
Cope Willis
Greystar Real Estate Partners
Cornelia Le
Cornelia Le
Ivanhoé Cambridge
Daniel Martí Hedström
Daniel Martí Hedström
Numastays
Gary McLuskey
Gary McLuskey
Greystar
Giles Beswick
Giles Beswick
Vita Group
Henry Morton
Henry Morton
Campus Suites
Irina Stamate-Rocha
Irina Stamate-Rocha
Patron Capital
Ivan Schara
Ivan Schara
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Antonio Lopez-Bustos
Antonio Lopez-Bustos
COOUnilife
United Kingdom
Brian Lee
Brian Lee
SVP, Director of Product + InnovationLendlease
USA
SVP and Director of Product and Strategy at Google Development Ventures (GDV), within Lendlease. Google Development Ventures is a partnership between Lendlease and Google to plan, develop, and manage four mixed-use districts in Silicon Valley, including 15,000 residential units. As GDV's lead for residential product strategy, my goal is to ensure the apartments meet the needs of tomorrow's renter, in terms of design, operations, technology, and mobility.
Brian Welsh
Brian Welsh
Head of StudentRound Hill Capital
United Kingdom
Brian Welsh has over 14 years’ experience in the student accommodation and private rental sector markets. He has been responsible for the development and management of over 50,000 beds globally. Brian assumed the role of CEO of Nido Student in October 2017. Within this time, he has overseen the expansion of the portfolio from 2,000 to a pipeline of over 20,000 beds. Prior to joining Nido, Brian was Head of Operational Management at Liberty Living plc and then assumed the role of COO of Threesixty Developments and The Student Housing Company, where he oversaw the acquisition and delivery of over 17,100 beds across Europe, breaking into new PRS markets which have since become established, in particular Ireland and Spain.
Carl-Peter Reinecke
Carl-Peter Reinecke
Managing DirectorMVPR Inc
Canada
Carl-Peter Reinecke has over 15 years experience in building science engineering, project management and property development. He launched MVPR specifically to create a dedicated ESG Real Estate firm that supports investors develop zero-carbon assets. He has advised investors, construction companies and architecture firms on integrating sustainability and resilience, consulted national governments and guest-lectured in Canada, Germany, USA, Chile, and France on the topic of low-carbon investments. Fluent in German, English and French, Carl-Peter is based in Canada.
Carlo Matta
Carlo Matta
Head of EuropeCA Ventures
United Kingdom
Carlo heads the CA Ventures’ European platform and he is responsible for all development activity, acquisitions and operations in the region. Prior to that he had set-up and served as CEO for Actis London development platform in West Africa where he developed $500m of commercial class A assets. Between 2002 and 2010, he spent eight years as MD with Hines Europe. His time with Hines included responsibilities for the development of large mix-use scheme Porta Nuova in Milan, the pan-European Hines European Development Fund and the Hines CalPERS Spain Fund. He is a registered architect, graduated from the Politecnico di Torino (Italy) and received an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin
Cope Willis
Cope Willis
Managing Director, SustainabilityGreystar Real Estate Partners
USA
The primary focus of my career spanning 20+ years is on the convergence of sustainability, business strategy and operations. Over my career, I’ve helped numerous Fortune 500 companies minimize operating costs, mitigate risks, increase revenue and enhance reputations. I have a proven track record of collaborating with senior leaders to create and execute programs to advance business and sustainability goals. My clients have included some of the world leaders in financial services, private equity, real estate, and consumer goods industries.
Cornelia Le
Cornelia Le
Development Manager | North America |Ivanhoé Cambridge
Canada
Redefine the Next Normal in commercial real estate Building best-in-class, people-centric, future-proof, sustainable assets (office, life science, industrial, etc. )
Daniel Martí Hedström
Daniel Martí Hedström
Director Real Estate - IberiaNumastays
Germany
Director Real Estate - Iberia
Gary McLuskey
Gary McLuskey
Global Design Managing DirectorGreystar
United Kingdom
Gary McLuskey is a Managing Director of Global Design, where he oversees the company's design vision, strategy, and standards in each of our regional markets. Gary is responsible for helping the local teams deliver design solutions that enhance the resident experience and create vibrant communities with a unique sense of place. Gary joined Greystar after six years as Architecture Director of Johnson Naylor in London, UK. He has also spent 15 years as a design lecturer at the University of the Arts, London, and has been a visiting architecture critic at the Architectural Association, South Bank University, and Oxford Brookes University.
Giles Beswick
Giles Beswick
Company DirectorVita Group
United Kingdom
Henry Morton
Henry Morton
PresidentCampus Suites
Canada
Past and present, Henry has (co) developed over 14,500 student housing and conventional bedroom units and 200,000 square feet of retail development. These projects span nine States and four Provinces, and hold a combined value of over $1.25 billion. His projects have won many awards, including the Portal of Excellence, “The Top Apartment Community” in Florida, and the National Association of Home Builders Pillar of the Industry Award – Student Housing for The Varsity in College Park, Maryland. The communities he developed have won awards in virtually every market in which he has worked. He was also recently named a Pioneer of the Industry, an award given out to 25 individuals who “helped to establish the modern student housing industry”.
Irina Stamate-Rocha
Irina Stamate-Rocha
PartnerPatron Capital
United Kingdom
Ivan Schara
Ivan Schara
Executive Manager RE-
Brazil
Economista com mestrado em administração pelo IBMEC-RJ, MBA em finanças na FGV-RJ e MBA em Gestao de Negocios no Ibmec-RJ. Foi o Head da área de gestão ativos imobiliários do maior Fundo de Pensão da América Latina (Previ) entre julho/2009 e dez/2021)
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