Most industries are experiencing disruption and change at a rapid rate due to the advent of new technologies, and embracing new techniques.
The property industry is no exception. At all levels of project development, management and maintenance, we are seeing disruption becoming a “Game Change”. The way financiers, developers, builder and managers interact with the new frontier of property is a core factor in their success.
Our panel of traditional and non-traditional property experts will discuss how innovation needs to be an integral part of their future strategy.
Don O'Rorke, Executive Chairman, Consolidated Properties Group
As a founding member of Consolidated Properties Group, Don has successfully shaped the business over almost 40 years to its current $2.165 billion development pipeline, as at 1 July 2017.
Don is devoted to instilling strong values into the business and is focused on building
sound and lasting relationships with stakeholders and business partners. Don proudly encourages a fun working culture and is a supporter of woman in the workforce, as well as work-life balance. Furthermore, Don values and supports philanthropic initiatives that benefit our community.
Current non-executive directorship:
Surfing Australia, asmember of the Financial Audit and Risk Committee (since 2015)
Reserve Bank’s Small Business Finance Advisory Panel
Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board
The Old Museum (Brisbane) Advisory Board.
Previous non-executive directorship:
Director of Brisbane Marketing
President of Queensland, Property Council of Australia
Director and Deputy Chairman of the Wesley Research Institute
Chairman of Links Hope Island Golf Course
Awarded Honorary Life Member of Surfing Australia in 2017 for service to the organisation since 2003.
Board Member of Surfing Australia for 12 years
Luke Briscoe, Managing Director, AMP Capital Office & Industrial BBus Property (Valuation)
Luke Briscoe is the Managing Director of AMP Capital Office & Industrial, AMP Capital’s investment and property management business, providing strategic management services to AMP Capital’s $9.4 billion (as at 31 December 2017) Australian Office and Industrial real estate portfolio.
Luke is responsible for leading the 130 plus team of real estate professionals, creating exceptional real estate experiences that support customers in their success, whilst ensuring the delivery of superior and sustainable investment performance for clients.
Commencing with AMP Capital in February 2016, Luke brings more than 20 years’ experience in real estate to his role, including funds management, investment management, as well as project leasing and commercial agency experience. Luke joined AMP Capital from Charter Hall where as Head of Asset Management he had overall responsibility for the Asset Management team and the investment performance of a $7 billion office portfolio. In addition to his role at Charter Hall, Luke has held senior positions with Colliers International and The GPT Group, working across office and industrial portfolios in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
Luke holds a Bachelor of Business in Property (Valuation) from the University of South Australia, is a member of the Property Council of Australia’s office committee and is a member of AMP Capital’s Real Estate Leadership Team.
Brad Summerson has been a specialist Corporate Real Estate practitioner for over 17 years and works with clients in the development of true independent strategic advice and delivery, providing services to Tenants and Occupiers in relation to their occupation and use of property. Over this time Brad has advised various listed, private, Government and Government related organisations over that time.
Having started his career in 2001 with Corporate Property Pty Ltd, Brad was part of the team that developed this business into one of Qld’s most well respected Corporate Real Estate Advisory Firms.
Brad has skills in all aspects of real estate as a support for users and occupiers, including business strategy, tenant representation, portfolio and lease management.
Brad has also sat on the Committee for CoreNet Global, which is the peak industry group for Occupiers of property. Alison Quinn, Chief Executive Officer, RetireAustralia
Alison Quinn is the Chief Executive Officer of RetireAustralia, the largest privately owned retirement village operator in Australia, with a portfolio of 27 villages nationally, including 3,700 villas and apartments.
Alison is one of Australia’s most experienced property executives with an extensive track record of success, having previously held positions as Executive General Manager Retirement at Aveo Group, CEO Growth Management Queensland for the Queensland State Government and Executive General Manager of Sanctuary Cove, a leading master-planned residential resort community on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
She has extensive development and investment experience in the seniors housing, property and constructions sector. Additionally, Alison has held Chair and Board memberships across multiple public sector growth projects.
Holding a degree in Commerce from the University of Queensland, Alison is currently the National President of the Retirement Living Council.
John Aitken, Chair, AICC QLD Advisory Board and Managing Director, Inspiring Cities
John Aitken is Chairman of AICC Qld Advisory Board and Managing Director of Inspiring Cities, specialising in economic development of globally competitive cities; inspiring precincts, destinations, tourism and major events. During his tenure as CEO of Brisbane’s economic development organisation Brisbane Marketing (2008 - 2017), some of his team’s achievements included establishing Brisbane Australia’s new world city positioning globally, delivering $4billion economic outcomes, creating Brisbane’s Digital Strategy including The Capital innovation hub and responsible for Brisbane’s G20 leveraging strategy. John is currently a board member of Tourism Transport Forum (TTF), Brisbane Urban Futures Board, Queensland Community Fund Board of Governors, Global Games Brisbane 2019 (for people with intellectual disabilities), Little Tokyo 2 Advisory Board and Redlands Economic Development Board.
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