FLC Group may transfer their projects to big Japanese investors

FLC Group may transfer their projects to big Japanese investors

Thứ Năm, 07/09/2017, 19:37


Continuing from the success of the Singapore roadshow and seminar, the networking event organized by FLC Group in Japan this time was said by many international experts to be of a rarely seen scale, providing much need information for Japanese investors who are becoming increasingly interested in the Vietnamese market.

On Sep 7th, 2017, the Vietnam resort real estate investment opportunities event was held in Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, attracting nearly 400 individual investors, financial institutions, investment funds as well as real estate enterprises from Japan in particular and Asia in general.

During the event, FLC Group’s directors answered many questions asked by guests regarding the process of investing into FLC’s real estate projects for foreigners, the Group’s business objectives in core segments as well as complimentary ones such as financial investment, aviation, construction, technology, agriculture and healthcare.



The event attracted nearly 400 guests.


Right after the event, FLC’s directors said that they would continue to work with many Japanese busineses, as well as talking to many Japanese press agencies such as Kyodo News, Nikkei, Jiji Press, and Vietnam’s press representative in Japan.

TThe importance of Japan’s investment capital

During his opening speech, Mr. Le Thanh Vinh – FLC Group’s General Director – confirmed the importance of Japan’s investment capital into Vietnam. In 2016, Japan was the second biggest foreign investor, the fourth biggest commercial partner and the third biggest tourism partner of Vietnam.
 


Beside beautiful landscapes, cultural similarities and friendliness have created a natural bond between the people of Vietnam and Japan, making these two countries favorite holiday destinations for each other.

Looking back at memorable milestones in the Vietnam – Japan diplomatic relationship in 2017, Mr. Nguyen Quoc Cuong - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Vietnam to Japan – said that this is a most opportune time for the two countries to further strengthen their partnership.

“This is also my wish when I decided to participate in FLC Group’s roadshow and seminar event today”, he said.



Mr. Nguyen Quoc Cuong – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Vietnam to Japan – speaking at the event.

Sharing his observation, the Ambassador said that, each time he had the chance to return to his home country, he was always amazed by the professional development by real estate companies in Vietnam, including FLC Group.

“Every year, FLC Group launches new large-scale products such as resorts, hotels and golf courses to change the faces of local provinces”, the Ambassador said.


The stepping stone for new opportunities

As an advisor for the Vietnam – Japan partnership, Mr. Norio Hattori - Former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Vietnam – said that Japanese companies that want to invest overseas often have to closely watch that country’s politico-socio-economic situations, as well as cultural similarities and friendliness between the two countries.

“ASEAN is currently heading towards the golden age of economic integration. Japanese businesses need to consider ASEAN as a strategic market. In terms of diplomatic ties, geographical distance and workforce structure, Vietnam is the best business partner in ASEAN for Japanese investors”, Mr. Norio Hattori said.



Former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Vietnam - Norio Hattori.


Mr. Norio Hattori said that he considered FLC Group in general and Chairman Trinh Van Quyet in particular his friends, and hoped that FLC Group could receive support from Japanese businesses in the future

Increasingly welcoming investment policies

During the event, many questions were raised regarding the investment process in Vietnam. Asked about the opportunity for Japanese people to buy FLC properties, Mr. Trinh Van Quyet firmly said that FLC Group planned to not only sell individual products such as condotel or villa but might also transfer entire projects to big Japanese investors.

Regarding concerns about the transfer of income to Japan, Ms. Duong Thuy Dung, CBRE Vietnam’s Senior Director, confirmed the ease of this process: “Japanese investors only need valid visa to buy properties in Vietnam even without having to travel to Vietnam”.



Many questions were raised regarding the investment process in Vietnam.

If investors open bank accounts at some specific banks, they might need to provide details about the source of income. However, according to CBRE’s expertise, many of the company’s clients had successfully transferred income back to their home countries with the assistance of banks.

Continuing from the success of the Singapore roadshow and seminar, the networking event organized by FLC Group in Japan this time was said by many international experts to be of a rarely seen scale, providing much need information for Japanese investors who are becoming increasingly interested in the Vietnamese market.



FLC Group’s Chairman Trinh Van Quyet talks to Japanese investors.

During the working itinerary in Japan, FLC Group’s representatives had several meetings with senior directors of Japanese enterprises to discuss partnership opportunities in real estate, construction, aviation… such as Mitsubishi Estate, MC Aviation Partners, Sekkei, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation, MC Aviation Partners, Deloitte…

This is also considered the start of a series of events to be held by FLC Group during Q3/2017 and the beginning of 2018 in, with the next destinations being Hong Kong, Korea...


Some photos from the roadshow:




Investors learning about FLC Group’s projects.




Mr. Le Thanh Vinh – FLC Group’s General Director – speaks at the event.




Ms. Duong Thuy Dung – CBRE Vietnam’s Senior Director.




Mr. Dang Tat Thang – FLC Group’s Deputy General Director – presents the potentials and partnership opportunities between FLC Group and Japanese businesses


Japanese investors sending their questions to FLC’s directors.


Speakers answer questions from investors.


Mr. Trinh Van Quyet interviewed by Kyodo News.



 

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