Notice of 2nd International Conference “Real Estate Management in Corporations” (REMIC 2013)
On November 20, 2013 Moscow will host the 2nd International Conference “Real Estate Management in Corporations (REMIC 2013)” to be held at Radisson Royal Moscow.
REMIC 2013 key topics:
- Extensive legislative changes: have they really started?
In 2013 amendments were made to the Russian Civil Code, Land Code, Urban Planning Code, Federal Law on State Immovable Property Cadaster and Federal Law on State Registration of Rights to Immovable Property and Transactions with It and other laws. The Russian Tax Code was amended previously. How will the accepted changes affect business activities, how to use them most effectively and should they be viewed as serving the business interests? Will the legislative activity continue and will the essential laws be adopted as regards the land relations improvement?
- Effective management of immovable property under the conditions of tight control over the increasing costs of corporations.
The Government sets the task of reducing costs of corporations and imposes moratoria on tariff growth. Possible solutions for cost reduction. Property release. A new approach to the real estate portfolio of a corporation. Can property management be effective under the cost reduction conditions?
- Advanced and innovative property management practices.
Key trends in immovable property management. The most successful approaches to immovable property management as exemplified by Russian and international practices. What kind of tools aimed at improving real estate management are offered to corporations by the market professionals? Is it an answer to a company's needs? How to make supply be really focused on demand? Are corporations ready to formulate their needs and commit themselves to proactive interaction? What is the key requirement of corporations?
- Regional development strategies for companies.
Business makes a great contribution to the country's economy, inter alia, through active implementation of regional projects. Moving towards East. Adopting new business models and practices. Developing new territories and resources. What issues do companies face when implementing regional development projects? How cooperation with regional authorities can help in delivering breakthrough projects? Are there any prospects for creating new forms of partnership between the Government and the private sector that can help corporations in implementing regional programs? What do companies expect from the Government? What are regional authorities ready to offer and what do they expect to receive back?
The Conference will bring together over 300 participants, including heads of major Russian and foreign companies, representatives of legislative and executive authorities of all levels, development institutions as well as prominent international and Russian experts in the area of property management.
REMIC 2013 will be attended by top managers of Gazprom, senior officials from the Russian Ministry of Economic Development, Ministry of Regional Development, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Energy, Ministry for the Russian Far East Development, the Federal Agency for State Property Management, Federal Service for State Registration, Cadaster and Cartography, the State Duma of the Russian Federation, heads of Russian constituent entities, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Agency for Strategic Initiatives Autonomous Non-commercial Organization, the Business Russia (Delovaya Rossiya), the Russian Union of Industrialists and Enterpreneurs, etc.
A project for setting up the Corporate Owners Club Non-Commercial Partnership will be presented at the Conference as it is the most successful form of a systemic dialogue between the business and the government.