REVIVING AND TURNING AROUND ABANDONED PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: STRATEGIES, CHALLENGES AND PRAC

Venue: Kiala Lumpur

Location: Kiala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event Date/Time: Feb 02, 2010
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Description

Outline



· Reviving Abandoned Projects: The Role of Financial Institutions and Corporate Recovery Practitioners



· Rights of the Buyers, Lenders, Financial Institutions and Developers



· Duties of Developers, Buyers and Respective Parties



· Causes of Abandoned Housing Projects and the Ministry of Housing and Local Government’s Role in Reviving Them



· Reviving An Abandoned Housing Project: A Case-Study from Syarikat Perumahan Negara Berhad (SPNB)



· Scheme of Arrangement (S.176) and Winding-Up (S.218) Under the Companies Act With Respect to Reviving Abandoned Projects: Issues and Practice



· Performing Viability Studies for Abandoned Projects



· Liquidator’s Role in Reviving Abandoned Projects



· Section 176: Compromise Between Creditors and Members / Court’s Powers to Restraint Proceedings



· Valuation of Projects and Need for Additional Contributions Where Applicable



· Ken Bangsar – From Abandoned Building to BCA Green Mark Gold Award – A Case Study in Building Green


Conducted By Distinguished

Panel of Speakers





1. Y.Bhg. Dr. Hj. Kamarul Rashdan Hj.

Salleh

Managing Director

Syarikat Perumahan Negara Berhad



2. Mr. Jana Sandhiran A/L Muniayan

Pengarah

Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan

Tempatan



3. Mr. Andrew Heng

Partner

Ferrier Hodgson MH



4. Mr. Sam Tan

Executive Director

Ken Holdings Bhd



5. Mr. Lim Tian Huat

Partner

Ernst & Young

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