The Reimagined Workplace | Q&A - Financial Services

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Colliers Asia - Occupier Services - The Reimagined Workplace Q&A Part 2

The future of work, rethinking existing workplace models and top future-proofing trends for financial services occupiers.


Following our insights from Work3 on The Future of Work, we explore how the rise of remote working and work from home (WFH) have shifted our perspective on the workplace, prompting businesses to rethink the office of the future.

In this edition of The Reimagined Workplace Q&A series, we collaborate with Amit Chopra, Head of IT for Manulife Singapore, to focus on the financial services sector and discuss how the work 'place', 'space' and 'pace' are evolving for the sector and the opportunities for financial services occupiers going forward.

Q&A Highlights:

  • What are the factors influencing the future of work in the financial services sector?
  • What is the impact of this change in the workplace?
  • How are financial services occupiers balancing remote and in-office work?
  • What are the top future-proofing trends for financial services occupiers?
  • What are some of the challenges the financial services occupiers are facing?

Download the Q&A below and contact our experts Sam Harvey-Jones, Doug Henry, Abhishek Bajpai or Michael Bowens to find out how we can help you accelerate your business success today.


The Reimagined Workplace | Q&A - Financial Services

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Sam Harvey-Jones

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Hong Kong

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Abhishek Bajpai

Managing Director

I have been working in the commercial real estate industry for over 20 years and have had the opportunity to work in India, Singapore and most recently Hong Kong

In my 14 years with Colliers, I have been a part of the Corporate Solutions division advising clients across various industries on their Asia Pacific portfolio strategy

After spending 11 years in Singapore, I moved to Hong Kong in 2015 to manage the Corporate Solutions platform for Asia.

 

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