USD's Burnham-Moores Center to Host President of Global Top 10 Real Estate Investment Firm at Sept.

On Sept. 16, the University of San Diego’s Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate will host Seek Ngee Huat, Ph.D., president of GIC Real Estate, the real estate investment arm of the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC). Seek will speak as part of the distinguished lecture series, Breakfast at the BMC, which takes place 7:30 to 9 a.m. at USD’s  Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice.

As president of GIC Real Estate, Seek oversees one of the world’s Top 10 real estate investment funds and is considered one of the foremost experts in global capital markets. Headquartered in Singapore, GIC Real Estate’s global investments cover all sectors of direct property, private and public companies, real estate funds and debt instruments.

Before joining GIC, Seek was a senior partner with Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), based in Sydney. He is presently on the advisory board of the real estate programs at the National University of Singapore, Harvard University and Cambridge University and is a member of the International Advisory Council, Guanghua School of Management at Peking University.

To reserve your space, register online at For fax or mail-in registrations, contact Jodi Waterhouse, at or (619) 260-4231.

Founded in 1993, the University of San Diego¹s Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate is committed to delivering outstanding education, industry outreach, career and research services to advance socially responsible leadership in the real estate profession. As part of the University¹s School of Business Administration, the Center offers a Master of Science in Real Estate degree, an undergraduate minor in real estate, a Certificate in Real Estate Finance, Investments and Development, a Certificate in Land Use and Sustainable Community Development and several major industry conferences throughout the year. For more information, visit


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