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Join us as we discuss the implications of disruptive technologies and what you can do to thrive in this ever-changing 
environment. We will also share the new norms and opportunities Post Cooling Measures, the Real Estate Transformation Map 
(REITM), the latest PDPC rulings and more! 

Patrick Tan
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Fortis Law Corporation

Profile: Patrick Tan is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Fortis Law Corporation. He is also the Head of the
Private Client Practice Group. His areas of practice include general litigation and arbitration, wealth management, 
real estate and private client matters.

PDPC latest Rules
  • Origins of & (purpose) why PDPA was enacted
  • General structure / summary of the PDPA
  • Evolution of PDPA, including the latest rules on NRIC collection
  • Application of the PDPA to estate agents’ work

Lee Nai Jia
Senior Director and Head of Research
Knight Frank Singapore

Profile: Nai Jia is the Senior Director and Head of Research in Knight Frank Singapore. He leads the department in producing
quality market intelligence through regular research bulletins, commentaries, media columns, property supplements and 
knowledge sharing at public seminars and events. 

Opportunities For 2019 (Post Cooling Measures)
  • The ”New Norm” after cooling measures affecting property prices and demand/supply
  • New Opportunities arising from the measures
  • The tools that sharpen the agents' marketing, to close more deals
Thomas Tan
President of SEAA
KEO of Real Estate Matters

Thomas Tan is Co-Founder at RE Training & Consultancy (RETC), the KEO of an estate agency in Singapore, Trainer at 
Real Centre Network Pte Ltd (RCN), and President of Singapore Estate Agents Association (SEAA). 

Real Estate Transformation Map (REITM)
  • Four key thrusts of the REITM
  • The two key strategies: Seamless property transactions and upskill the workforce
  • The future of Estate Agents
  • Case Study: Current vs Future Property Rental Transaction

Panel Discussion
Join our panellists and hear them share how to tackle the disruptive technologies and tap on the opportunities!
Chan Mun Kit (CEA)
Mun Kit joined the Council for Estate Agencies (CEA) in 2012 as Director (Regulatory Control) and was
instrumental in building up the capabilities of various divisions in the then fledgling statutory board.
In the area of professional development for the real estate agency industry, he led a workgroup comprising
industry representatives to draft the Professional Service Manual, which sets out the expected duties and
conduct of property agents to provide professional and ethical services to their clients. Mun Kit was later
appointed as CEA’s Deputy Executive Director in 2015. Together with the Executive Director, he drives initiatives
to enhance the professionalism of the real estate agency industry and safeguard consumer interests in property
transactions involving property agents. 
Patrick Tan (Fortis Law Corporation)
Lee Nai Jia (Knight Frank Singapore)
Thomas Tan (SEAA and Real Estate Matters)
Tan Tee Khoon (SEAA and KF Property Network Pte Ltd)
Events Details
Date: 27 November 2018, Tuesday
Venue: LifeLong Learning Institute, 11 Eunos Road 8,  Lecture Theatre Level 2, Singapore 408601
Programme outline:
1.30pm: Registration 
2.00pm: Welcome participants 
2.05pm: PDPC latest Rules by Patrick Tan, Fortis Law
2.40pm: Opportunities for 2019 (post cooling measures) by Lee Nai Jia, Knight Frank Singapore
3.15pm: Tea break & networking (25 mins)
3.45pm: Real Estate Transformation Map (REITM) by Thomas Tan, President of SEAA
4.05pm: Panel discussion (Patrick Tan, Lee Nai Jia, Thomas Tan, Chan Mun Kit, Dr Tan Tee Khoon - Moderator)
5.00pm: End
$10 for SEAA and KEO Connect members
$30 for non members