Meet Noral Wild (above middle), Head of Alternative Investments at property giant Jones Lang LaSalle, and a key speaker at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
Noral has been at the forefront of retirement living and aged care valuations, purchases and sales and mergers and acquisitions for 20 years.
Noral will review the property landscape, the transactions, the drivers of valuations, the impact of empty beds, the new retirement village competitors.
In this one property session you will gain a greater strategic understanding than you could achieve in 12 months of intensive research.
Meet Cameron Kirby (above left), the strategist behind an emerging group of new boutique retirement village offerings that are achieving speed of sale and price records, and a key speaker at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
With 20 years of village and residential care CEO leadership, Cameron has struck out to create a new village category, with affluent downsizing combined with scaled-up care in a suburban setting.
Forward sales indicate that he has found the optimum balance and offering.
Meet Frank Weits (above right), Chief Executive of ACH Group in South Australia, and a key speaker at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
Frank was recruited to ACH Group after 12 years at PwC, and he freely states that the aged care sector is the most challenging – and rewarding he has worked in. He says attracting and retaining highly skilled staff is key to ACH Group’s growth ambitions, and that he should be titled Chief Culture Officer.
ACH Group is pioneering high-rise affordable retirement accommodation and seeks to be the partner of choice for other operators as competition increases.
Join Noral, Cameron and Frank at the LEADERS SUMMIT, two days of intensive analysis and strategy, plus premium networking, coming to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, Thursday 24 and Friday 25 March.
Invest in yourself. Invest in your team. Two days, just $2,200 for the first delegate and $1,980 for each additional delegate.
The LEADERS SUMMIT – building tomorrow today for retirement living and aged care. It’s important.