Central America & Caribbean GRI
Central America & Caribbean GRI
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Central America & Caribbean GRI

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The Santa Maria, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Golf Resort
Central America & Caribbean GRI 2020 is the most senior real estate meeting in the region

Central America & Caribbean GRI 2020's
Keynote Speaker: Unleashing Central America's Power - Which countries have the best economic conditions for FDI?

Jean Pierre Serani Toro
CEO, Investment Banking
Grupo Bancolombia


Since May 2016, Jean Pierre Serani is the Head of the Investment Banking division of Bancolombia, where he is in charge of the M&A, DCM/ECM, Project, Corporate and Acquisition Finance, Merchant Banking and Special Situations teams. Previously, for three years he was the CEO of Valores Bancolombia, the bank´s brokerage unit and the Head of the Sales & Trading division. Before 2013, he held several positions on the Investment Banking division for more than eight years. Mr. Serani received his undergraduate degree in Business from Universidad EAFIT and his MBA degree from Georgia Institute of Technology as a Fulbright Scholar.
It will bring together over 100 leaders from the regional market.
The main goal is to exchange ideas and experiences, analyze the moment of the industry and what lies ahead, investment perspectives and identify business opportunities.
Central America & Caribbean GRI 2020 is a unique opportunity
to be among the foremost investors, developers, banks and lenders in the region, and to actively shape the course of the sector.
Discussion rooms are being prepared
all focused on the most strategic issues in the regional market. In addition, there will be matchmaking roundtables to boost interactions among the participants.
Jean Pierre Serani Toro
Jean Pierre Serani Toro
CEO, Investment Banking
Grupo Bancolombia
Unleashing Central America's Power - Which countries have the best economic conditions for FDI?
  • What are the most attractive countries for FDI and the real estate outlook for countries where the Investment Banking division is present?
  • What has been the Investment Bank's expansion strategy and how has it been adapted to the different markets of El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Panama?
Jean Pierre Serani Toro
Jean
Jean Pierre Serani Toro
CEO, Investment BankingGrupo Bancolombia
Colombia
Since May 2016, Jean Pierre Serani is the Head of the Investment Banking division of Bancolombia, where he is in charge of the M&A, DCM/ECM, Project, Corporate and Acquisition Finance, Merchant Banking and Special Situations teams. Previously, for three years he was the CEO of Valores Bancolombia, the bank´s brokerage unit and the Head of the Sales & Trading division. Before 2013, he held several positions on the Investment Banking division for more than eight years. Mr. Serani received his undergraduate degree in Business from Universidad EAFIT and his MBA degree from Georgia Institute of Technology as a Fulbright Scholar.
www.grupobancolombia.com/webcorporativa/
Medellin | Colombia
Subsidiary of Grupo Bancolombia, Colombia's largest bank, specializing in structured finance, mergers and acquisitions, capital investments and capital markets.

Program

Master Session
Investment Boost: How can local financial institutions foster real estate development?
  • Which countries have the most expensive cost of financing and why?
  • How can Central America diversify its financial market to better promote real estate investment, including structure instruments and REITS?
  • What role do family offices play in the financing of the sector and how can they increase their reach? 
Master Session
Destination Development: How can Integral Tourism Strategies Boost Real Estate Development?
  • How is the sharing economy impacting local tourism and how can players take advantage of new technologies?

  • What are the flagship projects in each country and what role will the private sector play in detonating those touristic destinations?

  • What support and incentives are local governments providing developers/investors to invest in emerging destinations or basic infrastructure?

  • How are players working together to create complete experiences for visitors, including retail, tourism, business?

Master Session
What will Central America's Real Estate look like in 2030?
  • How will inflation, interest rates behave in the coming year and what will be the main financial challenges the sector will face?

  • What impact will factors such as climate change, insecurity and rapid urbanization impact Central American countries?

  • What are the main gaps needed to bridge to strengthen the real estate sector and which countries have the most promising future?

What's Going on in the Region?
The Region Today: What is stunting Real Estate growth?
Co-chairs
Carlos RoblesNewmark Knight Frank
Fuad FarachRC Inmobiliaria
Henry FaarupPorta Norte
José Rafael Brenes VegaBolsa Nacional de Valores de Costa Rica
Marco A. Zuniga RGrupo Zen
Xenia Kwai BenAcobir
Project Development 101: What are the main challenges to overcome throughout project development phases?
Co-chairs
Alberto OrtuñoGTU Desarrollos
Alejandro GonzalezCasamax Inmobiliaria
Alfredo VolioPortafolio Inmobiliario
Arturo López OlivaresGrupo Corporativo Pérez
Carlos Hernandez GarciaPellas Development Group
Claudio Valencia SporerHaus Panamá
Daniel Campos LaraCaribe Hospitality
Diego FerrerGrupo Verde Azul
Francisco ChengAcobir
Luis MonteroFomento Urbano
Ricardo GonzálezMulti-Proyectos
The Region Today: What is stunting Real Estate growth?
  • What areas of opportunity exist in the current regulatory framework that stunt Real Estate development in the region? 
  • What impact has the economy had on the development of new projects and what precautions are developers and investors taking? 
  • What are the expectations of the new governments when it comes to real estate development and how could the relationship be strengthened with the private sector?
Carlos Robles
Carlos Robles
President - Central América
Newmark Knight Frank
Fuad Farach
Fuad Farach
Owner
RC Inmobiliaria
Henry Faarup
Henry Faarup
CEO
Porta Norte
José Rafael Brenes Vega
José Rafael Brenes Vega
Director General
Bolsa Nacional de Valores de Costa Rica
Marco A. Zuniga R
Marco A. Zuniga R
Partner
Grupo Zen
Xenia Kwai Ben
Xenia Kwai Ben
Executive Director
Acobir
Carlos Robles
Carlos
Carlos Robles
President - Central AméricaNewmark Knight Frank
Mexico
Carlos R. Robles, SIOR, joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2019 as the firm’s managing director market leader in Central America. Based in Costa Rica, Mr. Robles and his team, provide comprehensive brokerage, property management, valuation and advisory services to clients in key Central American markets, including Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
Fuad Farach
Fuad
Fuad Farach
OwnerRC Inmobiliaria
Costa Rica
 
Henry Faarup
Henry
Henry Faarup
CEOPorta Norte
 
José Rafael Brenes Vega
José
José Rafael Brenes Vega
Director GeneralBolsa Nacional de Valores de Costa Rica
Costa Rica
General Manager of the Bolsa Nacional de Valores, S.A. Y subsidiaries He is also Director of the Board of Directors of INTERCLEAR, Central de Valores, S.A. Areas of specialization: financial markets, currency and banking, economics, international trade.
Marco A. Zuniga R
Marco
Marco A. Zuniga R
PartnerGrupo Zen
Costa Rica
 
Xenia Kwai Ben
Xenia
Xenia Kwai Ben
Executive DirectorAcobir
 
Project Development 101: What are the main challenges to overcome throughout project development phases?
  • What are the licensing and permitting processes like in the region and how do they impact investment? 
  • How difficult is it to obtain land in prime locations and what are the challenges in land development? 
  • What is the quality of the local material suppliers and what actions are developers and investors taking to optimize construction processes? 
Alberto Ortuño
Alberto Ortuño
Partner
GTU Desarrollos
Alejandro Gonzalez
Alejandro Gonzalez
Gerente General
Casamax Inmobiliaria
Alfredo Volio
Alfredo Volio
Managing Director
Portafolio Inmobiliario
Arturo López Olivares
Arturo López Olivares
VP Real Estate
Grupo Corporativo Pérez
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Chief Executive Officer
Pellas Development Group
Claudio Valencia Sporer
Claudio Valencia Sporer
President & CEO
Haus Panamá
Daniel Campos Lara
Daniel Campos Lara
Managing Director & Partner
Caribe Hospitality
Diego Ferrer
Diego Ferrer
CFO
Grupo Verde Azul
Francisco Cheng
Francisco Cheng
VP
Acobir
Luis Montero
Luis Montero
Gerente General
Fomento Urbano
Ricardo González
Ricardo González
Presidente Ejecutivo
Multi-Proyectos
Alberto Ortuño
Alberto
Alberto Ortuño
PartnerGTU Desarrollos
Costa Rica
Alberto Ortuño studied civil engineering at Purdue University and has an MBA from INCAE. He has 21 years of leading GTU Desarrollos, where he has developed a large number of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects. He is passionate about conceptualizing new projects, as well as the satisfaction of seeing a project completed and delivered to satisfied customers.
Alejandro Gonzalez
Alejandro
Alejandro Gonzalez
Gerente GeneralCasamax Inmobiliaria
Costa Rica
General Manager of Casamax Inmobiliaria and partner of the firm. Civil engineer graduated from the University of Costa Rica, industrial engineer graduated from the Fidélitas University and I have a master's degree in business administration from the INCAE. Currently I have 16 years of being in charge of the general management of Casamax Real Estate.
Alfredo Volio
Alfredo
Alfredo Volio
Managing DirectorPortafolio Inmobiliario
Costa Rica
Alfredo leads the largest real estate development and asset management company in Costa Rica, with more than 600 employees. He is also responsible for the planning and execution of $60MM per year, and the long-term management of more than $500MM in assets. Alfredo is a true believer that throughout the development of projects and the creation of memorable experiences in each of them, Portafolio will be able to serve as a catalyst to transforms cities into sustainable urban communities that provoke integration, pride, and sense of belonging. Alfredo started his career in real estate development at Genesis Desarrolladores focused on coastal projects. He also spent some time in management roles at Amazon and Securitas.
Arturo López Olivares
Arturo
Arturo López Olivares
VP Real EstateGrupo Corporativo Pérez
Panama
Arturo López is the VP in charge of real estate in Grupo Corporativo Perez. GCP is a Panamanian conglomerate with investments in automotive, wind energy, insurance brokerage and real estate. In real estate, GCP manage more than 300,000 sqm in commercial, office and industrial properties. Arturo has over 20 years in business consulting and over 5 years in real estate. Arturo is an Industrial Engineer from Tec de Monterrey and attended the Real Estate Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Carlos
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Chief Executive OfficerPellas Development Group
Costa Rica
Carlos Hernández has extensive experience in developing innovative and sustainable concepts in the urban planning, luxury hotels and real estate development sectors in remote or emerging destinations. As CEO of Pellas Development, he oversees a portfolio of development and investment of lands and resorts in Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama; for more of 1,000 million dollars. Among its most significant projects is the Development of the Mukul Hotel, Beach Golf & Spa (Auberge Resorts in Nicaragua) and the Hotel Dreams Las Mareas Resort & Spa (AMResorts in Costa Rica). Also has experience in various projects in Bahamas, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica and USA.
Claudio Valencia Sporer
Claudio
Claudio Valencia Sporer
President & CEOHaus Panamá
 
Daniel Campos Lara
Daniel
Daniel Campos Lara
Managing Director & PartnerCaribe Hospitality
Costa Rica
Mr. Campos has been the General Director of Caribe Hospitality since the Company began in 2000, when an exclusive agreement was signed with Marriott for the development of several Courtyard by Marriott hotels in Central America and the Caribbean. Since the beginning, Mr. Campos has been leading the company’s growth by incorporating new markets and properties in the project’s portfolio, highlighted by the first Residence Inn Hotel to be built in Latin America and the first Fairfield Inn in Central America. An Industrial Engineer from the University of Costa Rica, he has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Catholic University of Chile and the Kenan Flager Business School from the University of North Carolina, USA
Diego Ferrer
Diego
Diego Ferrer
CFOGrupo Verde Azul
Panama
 
Francisco Cheng
Francisco
Francisco Cheng
VPAcobir
Panama
 
Luis Montero
Luis
Luis Montero
Gerente GeneralFomento Urbano
Costa Rica
Experienced Chief Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Business Planning, Real Estate Development, Strategic Planning, and Financial Planning. Strong business development professional with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) focused in Finance, Marketing and Management from INCAE Business School.
Ricardo González
Ricardo
Ricardo González
Presidente EjecutivoMulti-Proyectos
Guatemala
Married with 3 children. Business Administrator of Tyler University, Texas. POSTGRADUATE in Finance of the Catholic University of Chile. 10 years of work experience at TIGO Guatemala. 12 years as General Director of Multiproyectos Guatemala.
Central America & the Caribbean: The Door to the South
Horizontal vs Vertical Cities: What role will sustainable housing play?
Co-chairs
Alessandro PighiniCD&P Investment Group
Claudio Valencia SporerHaus Panamá
Fernando EstradaDesarrollos Palo Blanco
Luis MonteroFomento Urbano
Melissa QuijanoGrupo Sucasa
Pablo RodriguezMariscal Development
Ricardo GonzálezMulti-Proyectos
Santiago RivaRIVA S.A
Brick and Mortar: How does the mixed-use trend differ from that of Latin America?
Co-chairs
Alberto OrtuñoGTU Desarrollos
Alfredo VolioPortafolio Inmobiliario
Carlos RoblesNewmark Knight Frank
David NaimarkDream Properties
Javier Kutz CleverSavills
Javier Llaca GarcíaFibra MTY
Future Risks: How will new technologies and climate change impact real estate development in the region?
Co-chairs
Alejandro GonzalezCasamax Inmobiliaria
Alessandro PighiniCD&P Investment Group
Dan BurdmanHauzd
Fuad FarachRC Inmobiliaria
Goffredo RossiAptoclick
Ricardo Muñoz TejeiraBPOs Panama free zone
Captivating Investment: How can Central America better position itself to receive international companies?
Co-chairs
Alberto BonillaGarnier & Garnier Desarrollos Inmobiliarios
Arturo López OlivaresGrupo Corporativo Pérez
Eduardo CaballeroPanama Real Estate Development Fund
Ivan TrostSanofi - Panama
Luis A. NavarroINDESA
Rody MenesesPeninsula Investment Group
Samuel Urrutia CantoralGrupo Siuma
Santiago PortaIFC
Tim GiffordCBRE
Horizontal vs Vertical Cities: What role will sustainable housing play?
  • Which cities are most receptive of vertical developments and what are the main cultural factors for developers to overcome?
  • What infrastructure or political hurdles are there to overcome to promote the development of compact and vertical cities?
  • How can resilient vertical and horizontal developments bridge CA's housing gap and what government programs are there to build affordable housing?
  • How has the economic slowdown impacted housing inventories and what strategies are companies implementing to mitigate future risks?
Alessandro Pighini
Alessandro Pighini
Socio Fundador
CD&P Investment Group
Claudio Valencia Sporer
Claudio Valencia Sporer
President & CEO
Haus Panamá
Fernando Estrada
Fernando Estrada
Socio Director
Desarrollos Palo Blanco
Luis Montero
Luis Montero
Gerente General
Fomento Urbano
Melissa Quijano
Melissa Quijano
Gerente Comercial
Grupo Sucasa
Pablo Rodriguez
Pablo Rodriguez
Gerente General
Mariscal Development
Ricardo González
Ricardo González
Presidente Ejecutivo
Multi-Proyectos
Santiago Riva
Santiago Riva
CEO & Chairman
RIVA S.A
Alessandro Pighini
Alessandro
Alessandro Pighini
Socio FundadorCD&P Investment Group
Panama
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Deutsche Bank AG Investment Banking (10 years), London & Paris – Pictet & Cie Asset Management, Geneva Compagnie de Tresorerie Benjamin de Rothschild, Geneva – While at Deutsche Bank, Alessandro was a fixed income & Structured Finance specialist, Vice-President origination & distribution of Private Debt solutions in France Real Estate, infrastructure & structured private corporate debt financing Involved in deals & distribution across Europe in excess of 5bn Eur.
Claudio Valencia Sporer
Claudio
Claudio Valencia Sporer
President & CEOHaus Panamá
 
Fernando Estrada
Fernando
Fernando Estrada
Socio DirectorDesarrollos Palo Blanco
Guatemala
Economist with a specialty in Finance from UFM, he studied courses in Development Economics at the London School of Economics, has an MBA from Babson College ranked #1 in the world in Entrepreneurship and is currently pursuing a PhD in Management. D. in Public Administration. She speaks German, Portuguese, English and Spanish. He has been a professor of Master's in Economics at URL. He has been a private consultant for valuations and economic studies. He currently manages a private investment portfolio in the NYSE. He is currently the External Director of the Guatemalan Chamber of Construction's DB and Director of CGC's Statistics Department.
Luis Montero
Luis
Luis Montero
Gerente GeneralFomento Urbano
Costa Rica
Experienced Chief Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Business Planning, Real Estate Development, Strategic Planning, and Financial Planning. Strong business development professional with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) focused in Finance, Marketing and Management from INCAE Business School.
Melissa Quijano
Melissa
Melissa Quijano
Gerente ComercialGrupo Sucasa
Panama
 
Pablo Rodriguez
Pablo
Pablo Rodriguez
Gerente GeneralMariscal Development
 
Ricardo González
Ricardo
Ricardo González
Presidente EjecutivoMulti-Proyectos
Guatemala
Married with 3 children. Business Administrator of Tyler University, Texas. POSTGRADUATE in Finance of the Catholic University of Chile. 10 years of work experience at TIGO Guatemala. 12 years as General Director of Multiproyectos Guatemala.
Santiago Riva
Santiago
Santiago Riva
CEO & ChairmanRIVA S.A
Argentina
Santiago is currently CEO and Chairman of the Board of RIVA SA, having joined the company in 2004. Previously, Santiago worked for Techint in Argentina and Saudi Arabia, and for John Holland in Australia. Santiago holds a Civil Engineering Degree from Universidad de Buenos Aires and an MBA from IAE ; he also seats on the board of the Argentine Construction Chamber and is Vice President of the Ciudad de Buenos Aires Chapter.
Brick and Mortar: How does the mixed-use trend differ from that of Latin America?
  •  What's the next step for Central American shopping centers and what opportunities exist for new GLA development?

  • How can mixed-use projects help attract more office occupancy?

  • What are the most difficult aspects of developing mixed-use projects in CA and in secondary cities?

Alberto Ortuño
Alberto Ortuño
Partner
GTU Desarrollos
Alfredo Volio
Alfredo Volio
Managing Director
Portafolio Inmobiliario
Carlos Robles
Carlos Robles
President - Central América
Newmark Knight Frank
David Naimark
David Naimark
Presidente
Dream Properties
Javier Kutz Clever
Javier Kutz Clever
Managing Director
Savills
Javier Llaca García
Javier Llaca García
COO
Fibra MTY
Alberto Ortuño
Alberto
Alberto Ortuño
PartnerGTU Desarrollos
Costa Rica
Alberto Ortuño studied civil engineering at Purdue University and has an MBA from INCAE. He has 21 years of leading GTU Desarrollos, where he has developed a large number of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects. He is passionate about conceptualizing new projects, as well as the satisfaction of seeing a project completed and delivered to satisfied customers.
Alfredo Volio
Alfredo
Alfredo Volio
Managing DirectorPortafolio Inmobiliario
Costa Rica
Alfredo leads the largest real estate development and asset management company in Costa Rica, with more than 600 employees. He is also responsible for the planning and execution of $60MM per year, and the long-term management of more than $500MM in assets. Alfredo is a true believer that throughout the development of projects and the creation of memorable experiences in each of them, Portafolio will be able to serve as a catalyst to transforms cities into sustainable urban communities that provoke integration, pride, and sense of belonging. Alfredo started his career in real estate development at Genesis Desarrolladores focused on coastal projects. He also spent some time in management roles at Amazon and Securitas.
Carlos Robles
Carlos
Carlos Robles
President - Central AméricaNewmark Knight Frank
Mexico
Carlos R. Robles, SIOR, joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2019 as the firm’s managing director market leader in Central America. Based in Costa Rica, Mr. Robles and his team, provide comprehensive brokerage, property management, valuation and advisory services to clients in key Central American markets, including Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
David Naimark
David
David Naimark
PresidenteDream Properties
Panama
Graduated in Economics from Boston University in 1986, and MBA from Babson College in 1988. From 1989 to 2017 he was a partner and manager of Noritex, S.A., in Zona Libre de Colón, a company dedicated to import and export wholesale. He is president of Dream Properties, a planning, development, promotion and administration company for real estate projects in Panama and Colombia. Partner and chairman of the board of directors of Muebles Jamar Colombia and Panama. Partner and CEO of Mega Storage, S.A., a company dedicated to the development and marketing of mini deposits (self storage) in Panama and Colombia.
Javier Kutz Clever
Javier
Javier Kutz Clever
Managing DirectorSavills
Mexico
General Director for Mexico of Savills, one of the largest real estate companies worldwide. He has been part of the structuring of several transactions among which stand out: Latitud Polanco (Corporate Nestle), Torre Acuario, Las Ramblas Guadalajara, and Vyve Lago Alberto. He has collaborated with the most important international funds and developers. He was a Managing Partner of PdeA Abogados. Law Degree from the Escuela Libre de Derecho.
Javier Llaca García
Javier
Javier Llaca García
COOFibra MTY
Mexico
Javier Llaca is the Chief Operating and Investment Officer, and co-founder of Fibra Mty, a diversified office and industrial real estate investment trust, publicly traded in the Mexican Stock Exchange. Mr. Llaca has more than 25 years of experience in the real estate sector, and deep knowledge in the office, industrial, retail and mixed use, including planning, structuring, marketing and operation of real estate projects. Mr. Llaca worked for 14 years at JLL, as Executive Vice President in charge of the firm’s operations in Northern Mexico. Before that he worked for 8 years at CBRE.
Future Risks: How will new technologies and climate change impact real estate development in the region?

 

  • What technologies are transforming real estate management and operations?
  • How much should players invest in Proptech and sustainable certifications to boost their performance?
  • What are the best ways to integrate IoT, Digital Twins and Big Data in each real estate sector?
  • What is the direct impact that climate change and CO2 emissions have on real estate investments in CA?
Alejandro Gonzalez
Alejandro Gonzalez
Gerente General
Casamax Inmobiliaria
Alessandro Pighini
Alessandro Pighini
Socio Fundador
CD&P Investment Group
Dan Burdman
Dan Burdman
Co-founder
Hauzd
Fuad Farach
Fuad Farach
Owner
RC Inmobiliaria
Goffredo Rossi
Goffredo Rossi
CEO
Aptoclick
Ricardo Muñoz Tejeira
Ricardo Muñoz Tejeira
President & CEO
BPOs Panama free zone
Alejandro Gonzalez
Alejandro
Alejandro Gonzalez
Gerente GeneralCasamax Inmobiliaria
Costa Rica
General Manager of Casamax Inmobiliaria and partner of the firm. Civil engineer graduated from the University of Costa Rica, industrial engineer graduated from the Fidélitas University and I have a master's degree in business administration from the INCAE. Currently I have 16 years of being in charge of the general management of Casamax Real Estate.
Alessandro Pighini
Alessandro
Alessandro Pighini
Socio FundadorCD&P Investment Group
Panama
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Deutsche Bank AG Investment Banking (10 years), London & Paris – Pictet & Cie Asset Management, Geneva Compagnie de Tresorerie Benjamin de Rothschild, Geneva – While at Deutsche Bank, Alessandro was a fixed income & Structured Finance specialist, Vice-President origination & distribution of Private Debt solutions in France Real Estate, infrastructure & structured private corporate debt financing Involved in deals & distribution across Europe in excess of 5bn Eur.
Dan Burdman
Dan
Dan Burdman
Co-founderHauzd
Panama
Dan is the Co-founder and CCO at Hauzd. Expert in SaaS Business Dev. & marketing. 15+ years in major tech companies in EU & LATAM.
Fuad Farach
Fuad
Fuad Farach
OwnerRC Inmobiliaria
Costa Rica
 
Goffredo Rossi
Goffredo
Goffredo Rossi
CEOAptoclick
Mexico
CEO and Founder of Aptoclick México and The Wolf of Conversion He is a laureate in Advertising and obtained a master's degree in Digital Media Planning from the IED (European Design Institute) in Madrid, Spain and began working in internationally renowned advertising agencies such as Publicis and Leo Burnett managing prestigious accounts. In its last 5 years it has promoted more than 100 real estate projects and has generated more than 60 million incremental sales managing real estate transactions for clients in Latin America, the United States, Canada and Europe. After having founded The Wolf of Conversion, real estate call center agency, Goffredo, recently, further problems and focused on solving a problem that affects millions of people
Ricardo Muñoz Tejeira
Ricardo
Ricardo Muñoz Tejeira
President & CEOBPOs Panama free zone
Panama
 
Captivating Investment: How can Central America better position itself to receive international companies?
  • What characteristics do cities need to have for international companies to establish their offices there?

  • What types of spaces are international firms looking for and what is each country offering?

  • What are the main impediments for efficient logistics and mobility in Central American countries?

  • What strategies are real estate segments applying to encourage to set up operations in their country?

Alberto Bonilla
Alberto Bonilla
Director de Desarrollo
Garnier & Garnier Desarrollos Inmobiliarios
Arturo López Olivares
Arturo López Olivares
VP Real Estate
Grupo Corporativo Pérez
Eduardo Caballero
Eduardo Caballero
Managing Partner
Panama Real Estate Development Fund
Ivan Trost
Ivan Trost
PMO de Real Estate y Facility Managament
Sanofi - Panama
Luis A. Navarro
Luis A. Navarro
SOCIO DIRECTOR
INDESA
Rody Meneses
Rody Meneses
Investment Manager
Peninsula Investment Group
Samuel Urrutia Cantoral
Samuel Urrutia Cantoral
CEO
Grupo Siuma
Santiago Porta
Santiago Porta
Global Head - Commercial Property
IFC
Tim Gifford
Tim Gifford
Managing Director-Capital Advisors,LatAm
CBRE
Alberto Bonilla
Alberto
Alberto Bonilla
Director de DesarrolloGarnier & Garnier Desarrollos Inmobiliarios
Costa Rica
Since 2008, he holds the position of Director of Development at Garnier & amp; Garnier Developments Real Estate and member of the Executive Committee of the company. Currently, he also participates as Vice President on the Board of Directors of the Costa Rica Real Estate Development Council (CODI) and He is an active member in the Costa Rican Chamber of Construction.
Arturo López Olivares
Arturo
Arturo López Olivares
VP Real EstateGrupo Corporativo Pérez
Panama
Arturo López is the VP in charge of real estate in Grupo Corporativo Perez. GCP is a Panamanian conglomerate with investments in automotive, wind energy, insurance brokerage and real estate. In real estate, GCP manage more than 300,000 sqm in commercial, office and industrial properties. Arturo has over 20 years in business consulting and over 5 years in real estate. Arturo is an Industrial Engineer from Tec de Monterrey and attended the Real Estate Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Eduardo Caballero
Eduardo
Eduardo Caballero
Managing PartnerPanama Real Estate Development Fund
Panama
Eduardo leads one of Panama’s most relevant financial firms in his role of director of the companies that form Norfolk Financial Group and is the Co-Founder and CEO of Panama Real Estate Development Fund (PANRED FUND). With over 15 years of experience working in Central, South America , and Europe; Eduardo Caballero has developed expertise in the areas of investment banking, strategic consulting, financial structuring and real estate investing. In the real estate industry, Mr. Caballero is recognized as the co-creator of three real estate investment funds, two of them being the first of their kind in Panama.
Ivan Trost
Ivan
Ivan Trost
PMO de Real Estate y Facility ManagamentSanofi - Panama
Panama
 
Luis A. Navarro
Luis
Luis A. Navarro
SOCIO DIRECTORINDESA
Panama
He has a career of more than 25 years as a banker, standing out as General Manager of Bank Boston in Panama for 15 years. He is an Administrative and Mechanical Engineer from the University of Missouri-Rolla with a Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Virginia Tech. He is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program and has participated in multiple HBS Corporate Strategy and Finance programs. He has been president of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM), president of the Banking Association of Panama and treasurer of the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Panama. He has actively participated in directives of companies with broad equity bases as President of Corprensa
Rody Meneses
Rody
Rody Meneses
Investment ManagerPeninsula Investment Group
USA
He began working in the real estate sector in 2003 as President in Rain Forest Tram Ltd with operations in the US, Mexico, Central America and Caribbean. He was involved in the creation, site selection, development and project management. Working in the region, he identified a shortage of housing and therefore an opportunity to invest in real estate developments and in 2006 he created Peninsula. He is responsible for the relationship with investors and the portfolio allocation for projects in Mexico, Central America and Colombia.
Samuel Urrutia Cantoral
Samuel
Samuel Urrutia Cantoral
CEOGrupo Siuma
Panama
I am founder of the Prival bank where we have 200mm in real estate funds here and in Costa Rica. On a personal basis I am the director of Dekel and selinas a group that develops and buys in the old town 200m in calo and we have expanded hotels where I am a partner in 15 countries throughout America England, Portugal, Budapest and we continue to grow. With Alberto Vallarino from Verde Azul, I am a partner in the 3-hectare project of a beach next to Buena Ventura. I have 20 years of being in the broker industry and we manage large accounts and property portfolios, Siuma Property is not only a different, technical and very formal broker, but we are in the process of making our own REIT, we help the family offices and banks to invest.
Santiago Porta
Santiago
Santiago Porta
Global Head - Commercial PropertyIFC
USA
Santiago Porta is the IFC’s Global Sector Leader for Commercial Property. He has over 13 years in banking, leading investments and client relationships with key private sector partners across all property subsectors and emerging markets regions -including Latin America, Africa, Middle East, Eastern Europe and Asia. He lives in Washington DC, US, and, before joining IFC, he worked in the structured finance and corporate finance groups at Enron and Price Waterhouse Coopers respectively. Santiago holds an MBA from IESE Business School and an Industrial Engineering Degree at Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires.
Tim Gifford
Tim
Tim Gifford
Managing Director-Capital Advisors,LatAmCBRE
USA
Tim Gifford is the Head of CBRE’s Investment Banking Business for Latin America, CBRE Capital Advisors Latin America, focusing on complex cross-border investment advisory services throughout Latin America. Mr. Gifford advises institutional investors on mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, and financing of commercial real estate throughout Latin America. Working closely with CBRE office locations in Latin America, he provides clients seamless capital markets advisory service. Mr. Gifford has more than 20 years of experience in commercial real estate and investment banking business in various Latin American and Caribbean markets.
Wednesday, March 25th 2020
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03:30pm - 04:30pm
Unleashing Central America's Power - Which countries have the best economic conditions for FDI?
  • What are the most attractive countries for FDI and the real estate outlook for countries where the Investment Banking division is present?
  • What has been the Investment Bank's expansion strategy and how has it been adapted to the different markets of El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Panama?
05:15pm - 06:15pm
Project Development 101: What are the main challenges to overcome throughout project development phases?
  • What are the licensing and permitting processes like in the region and how do they impact investment? 
  • How difficult is it to obtain land in prime locations and what are the challenges in land development? 
  • What is the quality of the local material suppliers and what actions are developers and investors taking to optimize construction processes? 
The Region Today: What is stunting Real Estate growth?
  • What areas of opportunity exist in the current regulatory framework that stunt Real Estate development in the region? 
  • What impact has the economy had on the development of new projects and what precautions are developers and investors taking? 
  • What are the expectations of the new governments when it comes to real estate development and how could the relationship be strengthened with the private sector?
06:45pm - 07:45pm
Investment Boost: How can local financial institutions foster real estate development?
  • Which countries have the most expensive cost of financing and why?
  • How can Central America diversify its financial market to better promote real estate investment, including structure instruments and REITS?
  • What role do family offices play in the financing of the sector and how can they increase their reach? 
Thursday, March 26th 2020
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10:30am - 11:30am
Destination Development: How can Integral Tourism Strategies Boost Real Estate Development?
  • How is the sharing economy impacting local tourism and how can players take advantage of new technologies?

  • What are the flagship projects in each country and what role will the private sector play in detonating those touristic destinations?

  • What support and incentives are local governments providing developers/investors to invest in emerging destinations or basic infrastructure?

  • How are players working together to create complete experiences for visitors, including retail, tourism, business?

12:15pm - 01:15pm
Brick and Mortar: How does the mixed-use trend differ from that of Latin America?
  •  What's the next step for Central American shopping centers and what opportunities exist for new GLA development?

  • How can mixed-use projects help attract more office occupancy?

  • What are the most difficult aspects of developing mixed-use projects in CA and in secondary cities?

Horizontal vs Vertical Cities: What role will sustainable housing play?
  • Which cities are most receptive of vertical developments and what are the main cultural factors for developers to overcome?
  • What infrastructure or political hurdles are there to overcome to promote the development of compact and vertical cities?
  • How can resilient vertical and horizontal developments bridge CA's housing gap and what government programs are there to build affordable housing?
  • How has the economic slowdown impacted housing inventories and what strategies are companies implementing to mitigate future risks?
02:30pm - 03:30pm
Future Risks: How will new technologies and climate change impact real estate development in the region?

 

  • What technologies are transforming real estate management and operations?
  • How much should players invest in Proptech and sustainable certifications to boost their performance?
  • What are the best ways to integrate IoT, Digital Twins and Big Data in each real estate sector?
  • What is the direct impact that climate change and CO2 emissions have on real estate investments in CA?
Captivating Investment: How can Central America better position itself to receive international companies?
  • What characteristics do cities need to have for international companies to establish their offices there?

  • What types of spaces are international firms looking for and what is each country offering?

  • What are the main impediments for efficient logistics and mobility in Central American countries?

  • What strategies are real estate segments applying to encourage to set up operations in their country?

04:15pm - 05:15pm
What will Central America's Real Estate look like in 2030?
  • How will inflation, interest rates behave in the coming year and what will be the main financial challenges the sector will face?

  • What impact will factors such as climate change, insecurity and rapid urbanization impact Central American countries?

  • What are the main gaps needed to bridge to strengthen the real estate sector and which countries have the most promising future?

“It’s always positive to be in GRI to take part on great discussions, listen to opinions, find out divergencies about the market understanding and to be close to top players. I see it as a very rich experience, which contributes to our planning.”
Daniel Cherman
Daniel Cherman
Senior Managing Director
Tishman Speyer
Daniel Cherman
Daniel
Daniel Cherman
Senior Managing DirectorTishman Speyer
Brazil
Mr. Cherman joined Tishman Speyer in 2001 and is the Country head since 2009, being responsible for all the company's activities in Brazil. Before assuming this role, the executive led several positions in Brazil's team, including Chief Operating Officer, managing the region's acquisitions and leasing efforts, and heading both residential and commercial development groups. In his past experiences, Mr. Cherman worked for twelve years at Birmann S/A Comércio e Empreendimentos, supervising large-scale commercial and residential developments and taking positions as general manager for Latin America operations, responsible for opening offices in Argentina and Chile.
“The GRI differential is the quality of the participants. I believe the main players of the industry are here. So we have to interact, create networking and know people of the sector. Thus, we strengthen partnerships and identify new business opportunities.”
Marcela Drigo
Marcela Drigo
Diretora de Real Estate
CPPIB
Marcela Drigo
Marcela
Marcela Drigo
Diretora de Real EstateCPPIB
Brazil
 

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Much like a conversation in your own living room, the dynamic environment allows you to engage with your peers in an informal and collegial setting.
Leonardo Di Mauro
Leonardo Di Mauro
Partner and Head of Real Estate - LatAm
GRI Club
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Raúl Martínez
Raúl Martínez
Club Manager Central America & Caribe
GRI Club
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Leonardo Di Mauro
Leonardo Di Mauro
Leonardo Di Mauro
Partner and Head of Real Estate - LatAm
GRI Club
+52 55 1555 6710
Leonardo Di Mauro is the head of real estate for Latin America of GRI Club, which brings together leading real estate and infrastructure players in more than 20 countries. He leads the club's real estate market division in the region, including conferences and exclusive activities for members in the residential, land development, malls, retail, hospitality, offices, industrial and logistics segments in Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Peru.
He has an extensive network of relationships and relevant experience in the Latin American real estate and telecommunications industries. He is a civil engineer and holds an Executive MBA from the prestigious Brazilian FGV, as well as a postgraduate degree in Project Management.
Raúl Martínez
Raúl
Raúl Martínez
Club Manager Central America & CaribeGRI Club

Raul Martinez is our Central America & Caribbean GRI Real Estate Club Manager which brings together leading real estate players from more than 10 countries. He leads the club´s real estate market efforts in the region, including conferences and exclusive club meetings for members in the residential, land development, malls, retail, hospitality, offices, industrial & logistics segments in Central America & the Caribbean region. Furthermore, he is involved in the development and growth of our Mexican GRI Club and the delivery of Our Latin America GRI meetings in New York and Miami.

He has an extensive network of relationships and experience in the Latin American real estate, Family offices and wealth management industries. He has  a Bachelor´s degree in International Business from Australian Catholic University- Brisbane Australia and a Series of Certificates in Sales and Business Development from universities like ITESM Mexico.

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Advisory Board - Central America & Caribbean

Alberto Ortuño
Alberto Ortuño
Partner
GTU Desarrollos
Alberto Ortuño
https://www.gtudesarrollos.com/nosotros/
San Jose | Costa Rica
Founded in 1992 by entrepreneurs with known experience and experience, Today, it has extensive experience in the development of high-level residential condominiums and mixed-use projects.
Alfredo P. Alemán M.
Alfredo P. Alemán M.
Founder & Owner
Grupo Los Pueblos
Alfredo P. Alemán M.
http://www.grupolospueblos.com/
Panamá | Panama
Grupo los Pueblos is the Republic of Panama’s leading Real Estate developer with a 35 year track record focusing in marketing, sales & leasing, land/building development, construction management, property management, asset management, among others.
Alfredo Volio
Alfredo Volio
Managing Director
Portafolio Inmobiliario
Alfredo Volio
http://portafolio.cr/contacto/
Costa Rica
Main developers of housing projects, shopping centers, offices and mixed use in Central America. with about USD $ 500 billion in assets under its operation.
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Chief Executive Officer
Pellas Development Group
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
http://www.pellasdevelopment.com/es/
San Jose | Costa Rica
Pellas Development's vision is to become the leader of Central America in development and responsible operation of planned communities and exclusive resorts. With a focus Modern and sustainable planning, design and construction,
Daniel Campos Lara
Daniel Campos Lara
Managing Director & Partner
Caribe Hospitality
Daniel Campos Lara
http://www.caribehospitality.com/
San Jose | Costa Rica
We develop and manage high standard hospitality investments in a sustainable and profitable manner with a top performing team. We were born out of the objective of developing hotels to be managed by experienced and reputable hoteliers.
Ricardo González
Ricardo González
Presidente Ejecutivo
Multi-Proyectos
Ricardo González
http://www.corporacionmultiinversiones.com/
Guatemala | Guatemala
Company dedicated to the development of real estate projects in Guatemala. Founded in 1986 chain of 14 shopping centers It has built more than 1 million square meters in residential projects of both houses and residential buildings
Alberto Ortuño
Alberto
Alberto Ortuño
PartnerGTU Desarrollos
Costa Rica
Alberto Ortuño studied civil engineering at Purdue University and has an MBA from INCAE. He has 21 years of leading GTU Desarrollos, where he has developed a large number of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects. He is passionate about conceptualizing new projects, as well as the satisfaction of seeing a project completed and delivered to satisfied customers.
Alfredo P. Alemán M.
Alfredo
Alfredo P. Alemán M.
Founder & OwnerGrupo Los Pueblos
Panama
CEO– Co owner  Company leader in the development, promotion and operation of various real estate projects to include: shopping centers, residential neighborhoods, high rises, tourist resorts, transportation terminals, self storage, industrial parks and office complexes.  Leads a development team responsible for millions of square feet of property in The Republic of Panama.  Overseen the site selection, acquisition, design permitting, entitlements, financing, joint venture structuring, construction, and sales of several master planned communities with different socioeconomic target markets.
Alfredo Volio
Alfredo
Alfredo Volio
Managing DirectorPortafolio Inmobiliario
Costa Rica
Alfredo leads the largest real estate development and asset management company in Costa Rica, with more than 600 employees. He is also responsible for the planning and execution of $60MM per year, and the long-term management of more than $500MM in assets. Alfredo is a true believer that throughout the development of projects and the creation of memorable experiences in each of them, Portafolio will be able to serve as a catalyst to transforms cities into sustainable urban communities that provoke integration, pride, and sense of belonging. Alfredo started his career in real estate development at Genesis Desarrolladores focused on coastal projects. He also spent some time in management roles at Amazon and Securitas.
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Carlos
Carlos Hernandez Garcia
Chief Executive OfficerPellas Development Group
Costa Rica
Carlos Hernández has extensive experience in developing innovative and sustainable concepts in the urban planning, luxury hotels and real estate development sectors in remote or emerging destinations. As CEO of Pellas Development, he oversees a portfolio of development and investment of lands and resorts in Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama; for more of 1,000 million dollars. Among its most significant projects is the Development of the Mukul Hotel, Beach Golf & Spa (Auberge Resorts in Nicaragua) and the Hotel Dreams Las Mareas Resort & Spa (AMResorts in Costa Rica). Also has experience in various projects in Bahamas, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica and USA.
Daniel Campos Lara
Daniel
Daniel Campos Lara
Managing Director & PartnerCaribe Hospitality
Costa Rica
Mr. Campos has been the General Director of Caribe Hospitality since the Company began in 2000, when an exclusive agreement was signed with Marriott for the development of several Courtyard by Marriott hotels in Central America and the Caribbean. Since the beginning, Mr. Campos has been leading the company’s growth by incorporating new markets and properties in the project’s portfolio, highlighted by the first Residence Inn Hotel to be built in Latin America and the first Fairfield Inn in Central America. An Industrial Engineer from the University of Costa Rica, he has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Catholic University of Chile and the Kenan Flager Business School from the University of North Carolina, USA
Ricardo González
Ricardo
Ricardo González
Presidente EjecutivoMulti-Proyectos
Guatemala
Married with 3 children. Business Administrator of Tyler University, Texas. POSTGRADUATE in Finance of the Catholic University of Chile. 10 years of work experience at TIGO Guatemala. 12 years as General Director of Multiproyectos Guatemala.
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www.letsbrain.com.br
Curitiba | PR | Brazil
BRAIN is an outstanding market research company operating in Brazil with main focus in Real Estate. Over 16 years Brain has developed more than 4 thousand quantitative and qualitative researches, product tests, market studies and competitive analysis, with its own methodology. It operates especially in the residential and urbanization markets, with developers and national and international investors. The studies that Brain has developed have generated more than R$ 40 billion in new listings units in more than 500 Brazilian cities.
http://www.iwgplc.com
Stamford | CT | USA
IWG is leading the workspace revolution. Our companies help more than 2.5 million people and their businesses to work more productively. We do so by providing a choice of professional, inspiring and collaborative workspaces, communities and services. Digitalisation and new technologies are transforming the world of work. People want the personal productivity benefits of living and working how and where they want. Businesses want the financial and strategic benefits. Our customers are start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises and large multinationals, with unique goals and aspirations. They want a choice of workspaces and communities to match their needs. Through our companies we provide that choice. We create personal, financial and strategic value for businesses of every size. From some of the most exciting companies and well-known organisations on the planet, to individuals and the next generation of industry leaders.
https://www.bancsabadell.com
Ciudad de México | Federal District | Mexico
Banco Sabadell is Spain’s fourth largest private banking group, which is comprised of different banks, brands, subsidiaries and part-owned companies covering all areas of the financial business sector under a common denominator: professional performance and quality. A young, highly-qualified team, with the most modern, up-to-date technological and commercial resources and a multi-brand, multi-channel organisation focusing on the client enable Banco Sabadell to occupy an outstanding position in the personal and business banking markets.
http://www.cbre.com.mx/
Ciudad de México | Federal District | Mexico
Real Estate Consultancy specialized in providing solutions to investors developers occupiers and owners in all business lines.
www.greystar.com
Mc Lean | VA | USA
Back in 1993, when Founder, Chairman, and CEO Bob Faith set out to build Greystar, he saw a highly fragmented multifamily industry that was more focused on assets than people. He envisioned the need for an industry leader, a blue-chip company that operated with the highest integrity and character in delivering world-class services to residents, property owners and investors in multifamily real estate. He said, “Why not us? Let’s go be that company.” With a winning strategy and a focus on people, Greystar set out to meet that need -- guided by the mission of enriching the lives of those we touch by doing things the right way. Greystar has learned what’s important to people when it comes to a place to call home and the services that enhance the living experience. And that’s why we put our heart and soul into providing beautiful living environments.
http://www.patio.cl/
Santiago | Chile
Grupo Patio is a leading real estate company in Latin America and one of the fastest growing real estate development platforms in the region. The Company has under administration over US$1,5 bn, invested in over 70 real estate assets. The Company operates through each of its 5 divisions: Patio Comercial (Retail), Patio Oficinas (office), Patio Industrial (industrial), Patio Residencial (residential) and Patio Capitales (capital markets division). During its 14 years of operations, the Company has consolidated as a platform with a strong emphasis on value generation through an active management of its portfolio, innovative designs and strong focus on productivity and profitability of its assets.
Miami | FL | USA
IHG® is a global organization with a broad portfolio of hotel brands, including InterContinental®, Kimpton®, Hotel Indigo®, EVEN® Hotels, HUALUXE®, Crowne Plaza®, Holiday Inn®, Holiday Inn Express®, Holiday Inn Club Vacations®, Holiday Inn Resort®, avid™ hotels, Staybridge Suites® and Candlewood Suites®. IHG franchises, leases, manages or owns more than 5,200 hotels and nearly 780,000 guest rooms in almost 100 countries, with more than 1,500 hotels in its development pipeline. IHG also manages IHG® Rewards Club, our global loyalty program, which has more than 100 million enrolled members. InterContinental Hotels Group PLC is the Group’s holding company and is incorporated in Great Britain and registered in England and Wales. More than 350,000 people work across IHG’s hotels and corporate offices globally. Visit www.development.ihg.com for development information.
http://www.jll.com.br
JLL (NYSE: JLL) is a leading professional services firm specializing in real estate and investment management. JLL, a Fortune 500 company, helps owners, users and real estate investors to achieve their business ambitions. JLL began operating in Latin America 25 years ago. Today, the company has 2,600 employees in the region, 13 corporate offices and operates in 19 countries.
http://www.ngkf.com.mx/
Ciudad de México, DF | Federal District | Mexico
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) is one of the world's leading commercial real estate advisory firms. With roots dating back to 1929, our strong foundation makes us one of the most trusted names in the industry. NKF prides itself on delivering the highest level of service to our clients to meet their needs and exceed their expectations. NKF's fully integrated platform of services provides clients with a single-source solution for every phase of owning or occupying a property. We service prominent multinational corporations and institutional investors across the globe as well as owners, occupiers and developers of real estate. Additionally, as a leader in real estate technology, we utilize the most high-tech tools in the industry along with our deep bench of knowledge, data and research to optimize businesses and properties.
http://www.vitriumcapital.com
Del Viso | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Vitrium Capital is an international Real Estate developer with more than 13 years in the Americas market, a team of highly experienced professionals and multinational expertise in the analysis of financial instruments and the economic feasibility of real estate projects. At Vitrium Capital our main aim is to develop and administer a solid investment portfolio of individuals and family offices that decided to allocate part of their assets to the local and international real estate business. To meet this goal, since 2006 we have been building a diversified portfolio for our investors, combining projects with different degrees of exposure, volatility, return rates and placement periods. In turn, we offer our clients development and consultancy services for projects’ execution, integrating all the parties of the process. Playing a similar role to a private investment bank, Vitrium Capital offers products and services to support its clients along the complete real estate value chain.
http://www.gruposiuma.com/
Panamá | Panama
Our clients receive a real estate consultancy beyond intermediation, combining different disciplines such as market intelligence, trends in the use of space, real estate financial advice and technological tools.
https://www.inversioninmobiliariacr.com/es/
INVERSION INMOBILIARIA es la única revista especializada que ofrece información contundente, de forma bimensual, sobre la industria inmobiliaria tanto local como regional. El principal objetivo es promover al sector mediante una propuesta diferente con respecto a otras revistas del sector. A través de sus páginas difunde contenido relevante, siempre con una visión especializada acerca de la cadena de valor al público inversionista del más alto nivel, incluyendo: Cifras y estadísticas sobre la oferta y demanda de los diferentes segmentos: residencial, oficinas, comercio, industria, hoteles; así como el análisis de expertos y redactado por profesionales de gran experiencia. Información sobre la actividad cíclica de la industria y avances de los principales proyectos. Tendencias del mercado y conceptos sobre planeación, inversión, comercialización y financiamiento. Entrevistas a líderes del sector, así como reportajes de los temas de interés. Hernán Freer, Director General
https://www.adig.gt/
Guatemala
It arises from the initiative of a group of entrepreneurial entrepreneurs, in order to consolidate the industry, by approaching with their partners so that together we contribute to the development of Guatemala in real estate
http://www.acobir.com
La Asociación Panameña de Corredores y Promotores de Bienes Raíces es una organización sin fines de lucro fundada en 1973, la cual ha desarrollado una labor de representatividad gremial en el sector inmobiliario. Desde su creación, su misión ha sido aglutinar a los profesionales de la industria inmobiliaria, quienes ofrecen servicios bajo los parámetros de su estatuto y del código de ética, en función de fortalecer de manera integral el profesionalismo a través de las buenas prácticas. Fue propulsor en 1999 del Decreto Ley No. 6 de julio de 1999 "Por el cual se reglamenta la profesión de Corredor de Bienes Raíces en el Ministerio de Comercio e Industrias y su reglamentación mediante decreto ejecutivo del 7 de noviembre de 2001 y la resolución No. 002-2001 que adopta el código de ética. ACOBIR ha mantenido su liderazgo a través de las permanentes acciones en pro de la industria, promotores de cambios, facilitadores de inversiones y constructores de viviendas dignas. Mantenemos nuestro
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