Tricia Song

Tricia Song

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Tricia Song is a Director and the Head of Research at Colliers International Singapore. Ms Song brings with her more than 13 years of experience in real estate equity research and capital markets in Singapore and ASEAN. Before Colliers, she was the lead analyst for the Singapore Real Estate and REITs sector at Equity research at Barclays Bank PLC and before that at Credit Suisse, HSBC, CIMB-GK, and UOB KayHian. She was the lead analyst on various IPO pre-deals such as Ananda Development, iREIT Global and CapitaMalls Asia.

She also has prior experience in private equity, working on M&A deals in Asia Pacific at Newbridge Capital. Ms Song graduated with a Bachelor of Business Studies (Honours) degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.



She was part of the Credit Suisse Asia-Pacific regional property team which was ranked Runner-Up in Institutional Investor's All-Asia Research Team survey in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

She was ranked among the top 10 Singapore analysts in Asiamoney's polls in 2008 and 2009 at Credit Suisse.

She was named the top analyst for the Singapore Real Estate Industry in StarMine's Analyst Awards in 2005 at CIMB-GK.

Featured Research
May 29, 2020
Resilience and Rebound Ranking | Colliers Radar
Colliers identifies the most resilient core industries in Singapore, and opportunities across Singapore's real estate sectors following the coronavirus outbreak. Download our latest Radar report for more.
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Apr 14, 2020
Opportunities in a Changed Environment | Investment Sales Q1 2020
Real estate investment sales in Singapore declined 36.9% quarter-on-quarter in Q1 amid the coronavirus pandemic and recession risks, but opportunities remain for assets with long-term growth. Download our Q1 2020 quarterly investment sales report here.
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Apr 7, 2020
Opportunities for Occupiers | Office Q1 2020
The impact of COVID-19 on office rents was not apparent as monthly CBD Grade A rents remained firm and vacancy tight in Q1, driven by demand from tech occupiers and flexible workspace operators. However, rents may decline by 4% in 2021. Download our Q1 2020 quarterly office report here.
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