Mumbai: Leading real estate players and industry experts will come together in Mumbai on Thursday for News18.com’s third edition of Global Indian Realty Summit (GIRS) and discuss the implications of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) on the sector.
GIRS will give attendees a platform to connect with expert speakers, who will share their knowledge on the current trends and the future course of the realty sector. The summit is being held in association with St. Angelo’s VNCT Ventures and BMW Authorized Partner - Infinity Cars, at Four Seasons hotel.
The panel will comprise industry experts/practitioners such as Nagu Chidambaram (MD, St. Angelo’s VNCT Ventures), Agnelorajesh Athaide (Chairman, St. Angelo’s VNCT Ventures), Gulam Zia (Executive Director - Advisory, Retail & Hospitality, Knight Frank India), Srinivasan Gopalan (CEO, Ozone Group), Avikshit Moral (Partner, Juris Corp) and Harsh Roongta (Chartered Accountant & SEBI registered Investment adviser).
They will share their insights on various topics, including worthy real estate investments in India. Real estate expert, Manisha Natarajan, who is the Group Editor, Real Estate & Urban Development of the Network18 group, will be the moderator. DC Design founder Dilip Chabaria will also hold a special session on “inspiring conversations.”
Analysts say that the implementation of GST will lead to benefits for both developers and buyers in the long-term, but there could be short-term transition challenges.
To further debate on the ‘New Normal in Indian Real Estate,’ Mr Agnelorajesh, CMD of St. Angelo’s VNCT Ventures, will speak on the changing real estate climate in the country.
Commenting on the success of Global Indian Realty Summit 2017, Manish Maheshwari, CEO, Network18 Digital said, “With GIRS peddling up its presence now in Mumbai, we at News18.com aim to build a platform to facilitate insightful conversations between industry experts and investors looking to invest in Indian real estate. With the current structure being reformed post GST implications, there are factors that need consideration and our esteemed panellists will help us understand the workings better.”