Engku Ahmad Kamel
(Director, Economics & Investment)
Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) is a Malaysian Federal Government statutory body tasked with the objective of regulating and driving various stakeholders in both public and private sector towards realizing the
vision of developing Iskandar Malaysia into a strong and sustainable metropolis of international standing.
Sikh Shamsul Ibrahim
The Malaysian Investment Development Authority, abbreviated MIDA, is the Malaysian government’s principal agency to oversee and drive investment into the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. Starting operations in 1967,
MIDA was given the mandate to promote investments in the manufacturing and services sectors; and to advise the Minister of International Trade and Industry (MITI) on industry matters including the formulation of related policies.
UMLand and Oclaner
Chiara Bartoletti and Michael Cheng
UMLand and Oclaner Asset Management will jointly provide you with some insight on the Medini district located in the heart of Iskandar Malaysia. Taking the specific case study of UMCity – a 1.1 million sq. ft. mixed- used development
with a host of global partners including Samsung Construction, Roca, Regus, Ascott, AECOM and Onyx Hospitality group - they will share their view on why they initially invested in the region, how their development has evolved to navigate through the market conditions and why Medini is still relevant.
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