Thomas Lam

Thomas Lam, director of Head of Research & Consultancy at Greater China, Knight Frank, is a chartered surveyor and has extensive experiences in the real estate industry, with specific experience in market research, corporate advisory, valuation, real estate finance, investment advisory and business development in Asia Pacific markets (ex-Japan). Prior to joining Knight Frank, Thomas was the director at a surveying firm overseeing research, corporate advisory and valuation services in China and Hong Kong. Thomas started his career with Sallmanns as an assistant valuer. He then joined Colliers International and was responsible for consultancy and valuation services in China and elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region. Thomas has also worked with Credit Suisse in real estate finance and securitisation projects in China.
Thomas Lam
Thomas Lam, director of Head of Research & Consultancy at Greater China, Knight Frank, is a chartered surveyor and has extensive experiences in the real estate industry, with specific experience in market research, corporate advisory, valuation, real estate finance, investment advisory and business development in Asia Pacific markets (ex-Japan). Prior to joining Knight Frank, Thomas was the director at a surveying firm overseeing research, corporate advisory and valuation services in China and Hong Kong. Thomas started his career with Sallmanns as an assistant valuer. He then joined Colliers International and was responsible for consultancy and valuation services in China and elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region. Thomas has also worked with Credit Suisse in real estate finance and securitisation projects in China.

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Concrete Analysis | China's cities narrow gap with West in global survey

Cities in China are catching up with their Western counterparts. In Knight Frank's 2013 Global Cities Survey, Shanghai and Beijing power up the rankings, pushing Geneva and Paris down the list.

27 Sep 2013 - 4:17PM

Cities in China are catching up with their Western counterparts. In Knight Frank's 2013 Global Cities Survey, Shanghai and Beijing power up the rankings, pushing Geneva and Paris down the list.

China's cities narrow gap with West in global survey