|07 December, 2019

Trowers & Hamlins to lead an all star CEO discussion panel 'the Future of Real Estate' held at the BIPEX 2019 conference

BIPEX will host a two-day conference that will run simultaneously, which will address a broad range of conceptual and practical issues relating to residential and commercial real estate

Trowers Hamlins to lead an all star CEO discussion panel 'the Future of Real Estate' held at the BIPEX 2019 conference

Manama, Bahrain: International law firm Trowers & Hamlins will join the 12th Edition of BIPEX to moderate, and lead an all-star CEO panel discussion on the ‘Future of real estate’. The session will be held on Sunday 8th, December 2019 at 11.30 am, at the Bahrain Exhibition and Convention Centre in Al Seef Hall. BIPEX will host a two-day conference that will run simultaneously, which will address a broad range of conceptual and practical issues relating to residential and commercial real estate.

Trowers & Hamlins are an international law firm with over 150 partners and more than 900 people located across the UK, Middle East and Asia. Most recently, Trowers & Hamlins has been commended in a list of the UK’s top 200 law firms published in The Times for its administrative & public law, commercial property, landlord & tenant practices.

Abdul-Haq Mohammed is the International Managing Partner at Trowers & Hamlins and will be moderating the session. Abdul-Haq and specialises in real estate development and investment, PPP and concession arrangements relating to urban and transport-related development, and strategic legal advice. Additionally, he has advised on property restructurings and the creation of regulatory frameworks in various aspects of the property industry, as well as the structuring of real estate-backed investment.

The Panelists assembled for The BIPEX Conference’s inaugural session shape a large portion of Bahrain’s Real Estate Investment Industry, and will share insights on how to structure the future of real estate. Esteemed panelists of the session include Sh. Mohammed bin Khalid Al Khalifa, CEO of Real Estate Regulatory Authority.  Dr. Maher Al Shaer, CEO at Diyar Al Muharraq, Mr. Mohammed Khalil Alsayed, CEO at Ithmaar Development Company & Managing Director at Naseej B.S.C ©, Mr. Amin AlArayedh, CEO of Edamah, and Mr. Faisal Faqeeh, CEO at Bin Faqeeh Real Estate Development Company.

The 3-day event will have an extensive daily schedule of events focusing on the theme of real estate and innovation, in alignment with the new strategic direction for its 12 Edition. The platform is currently expanding; not only will it bring together exhibitors from Bahrain and the region to showcase projects launched at a regional and international level, but will connect multi-disciplinary experts to engage and discuss the key trends transformation the future of real estate. Attendees from all fields of the real estate industry including development, distribution, and investment will participate to exchange opinions on the current state and future of the real estate market the region.

The 12th edition of BIPEX is organized by Bahrain Society of Engineers, established in 1972 as a professional voluntary non-profit organization. It is the premier body representing engineering professionals in the Kingdom. Amongst others, it seeks to advance the profession, while striving for continuous enhancement of engineering skills of members through training and by conducting technical & professional programmes.

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About BIPEX

BIPEX is the perfect stage for investors, builders and buyers to discuss the difficulties facing the industry. It also provides analysis that result in timely solutions and suggestions for a more profitable future. At the same time, developers get a golden opportunity to weigh the demand and provide finance, legal norms, taxation and returns on investment information to buyers. The Bahrain Society of Engineers (BSE) is the premier body representing engineering professionals in the Kingdom. The BSE is tasked with organizing and presenting each BIPEX event in Bahrain.

About Trowers & Hamlins

Trowers & Hamlins LLP is an international law firm with offices throughout the UK, Middle East and the Far East. The firm undertakes work around the globe and has over 150 partners and approximately 860 employees. Trowers & Hamlins works for a significant number of financial institutions, major family businesses, real estate developers, private equity firms and investment boutiques. The firm is involved in advising on the core of Bahrain's critical infrastructure, from its airport to its bus network to its power plants. In addition, they have advised on the majority of the island's major development projects and the first ever housing PPP.

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