He is still the Executive Vice President of MEAG Pacific Star Asset Management.
In a release, the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA), a premier association for institutional investors, fund managers and professionals in Asian real estate and which promotes and represents the Asian real estate asset class, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy TAN Chye Guan as Chairman of its Singapore Chapter.
Andy TAN Chye Guan is also a Board and Governing Council Member of the Singapore Institute of Directors and Chairman of its Building and Fundraising Committee. He has many years of global and diversified experience and track record across Asia, Australia and Europe in real estate investment, asset management, business development and fund management.
To-date, he has invested and managed multi-billion portfolios ranging from listed and unlisted companies, REITs, funds, strategic alliances to direct assets. He has also held directorships on various companies across the different regions. A Singapore scholar, he is also member of the GIC Alumni, SID, APREA amongst others.
This appointment follows the introduction of a new governance structure for APREA in 2011, when Lim Swe Guan, former Managing Director of GIC Real Estate, was appointed Chairman of the APREA Board of Directors.
Lim Swe Guan, Chairman of the Board, said, “Andy is a very experienced and well respected member of the industry. I look forward to working with him to take APREA into the next phase of exciting growth with its established chapter structure covering all major markets in Asia Pacific. Our high-level global investor conferences, research programmes, advocacy, training and development promote international best practices in real estate across Asia.”
Mr. Andy TAN Chye Guan said: “I am humbled to be appointed Chairman of the APREA Singapore Chapter, to work alongside my distinguished and respected board and chapter members. APREA has a global membership of over 180 corporate members from Asia Pacific, Middle East, North America and Europe."
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