Edward Farrelly

Edward Farrelly is senior vice president, real estate industry Asia at Marsh
Edward Farrelly
Edward Farrelly is senior vice president, real estate industry Asia at Marsh

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Concrete Analysis | Navigating the evolving risks in the real estate and hospitality industries

Insurance must be viewed within the wider context of enterprise risk management, encompassing risk mitigation measures that reduce the threat to people and property, says Edward Farrelly of Marsh

5 hours ago

Insurance must be viewed within the wider context of enterprise risk management, encompassing risk mitigation measures that reduce the threat to people and property, says Edward Farrelly of Marsh

Navigating the evolving risks in the real estate and hospitality industries
Concrete Analysis | Managing risk when choosing the right office location

The available talent pool is playing an important role in regional location decision-making among companies.

3 Apr 2019 - 9:43AM

The available talent pool is playing an important role in regional location decision-making among companies.

Managing risk when choosing the right office location
As Canada closes its door, Spain puts out the welcome mat

Many people from Hong Kong and the mainland may have been dismayed by Canada's decision to terminate a programme that granted residency to those who provided interest-free loans of HK$5.5 million.

26 Feb 2014 - 5:24AM

Many people from Hong Kong and the mainland may have been dismayed by Canada's decision to terminate a programme that granted residency to those who provided interest-free loans of HK$5.5 million.

As Canada closes its door, Spain puts out the welcome mat
Qianhai a potential investment alternative to Hong Kong

Despite signs of increased activity in the office market leading up to the Lunar New Year break, occupier demand in Hong Kong remains rather subdued. However, despite the lack of movement, vacancy rates continue to trend downwards and are below 3 per cent for the market as a whole. Given that office markets worldwide generally require a level of vacancy of 6-8 per cent, the situation obviously remains extremely tight for occupiers.

13 Mar 2013 - 5:07AM

Despite signs of increased activity in the office market leading up to the Lunar New Year break, occupier demand in Hong Kong remains rather subdued. However, despite the lack of movement, vacancy rates continue to trend downwards and are below 3 per cent for the market as a whole. Given that office markets worldwide generally require a level of vacancy of 6-8 per cent, the situation obviously remains extremely tight for occupiers.

Qianhai a potential investment alternative to Hong Kong
Wrong thinking on the future of Kai Tak