Mr. Ding Liye is the Senior Vice President of Vanke Group and President and CEO of SCPG Group. He once worked as senior engineer at Shenzhen Architecture Design Institute, assistant general manager of Shenzhen International Trust Investment Co., Ltd and deputy general manager of Shenzhen Trust Real Estate Development Co., Ltd from 1989 to 2003. In April 2003, he founded SCP Commercial Real Estate Co., Ltd which was renamed as “SCPG Group” in 2015. As the company founder, Mr. Ding Liye acted as the general manager, president and CEO in SCP and SCPG successively.
Mr. Ding Liye has been occupied in commercial real estate cause for nearly twenty years and successfully created the leading commercial real estate development, operation and capital operation model in China which is represented by “Incity”. He initiated the introduction of the largest retail enterprise in the world, Wal-Mart into China, and also introduced internationally-renowned enterprises such as Singapore CapitaLand, Morgan Stanley and American Simon Group, Goldman Sachs, and Carlyle as strategic cooperative partners, realizing over 70 jointly developed commercial real estate projects. Because of Mr. Ding Liye’s facilitation, the company introduced the Blackstone Group as the strategic shareholder in 2013; and officially became a member enterprise of China Vanke Co., Ltd in 2016 and thus acted as the major business platform of Vanke.
Mr. Ding Liye has won honors including: “Top 100 Shenzhen Industrial Leaders” in December 2011; Chinese Commercial Real Estate Leading Figure in 2011~2013; 2013 “Highly Influential Zhejiang Businessperson” Prize in January 2014。
Mr. Ding Liye earned his master’s degree in Municipal Engineering Management from Tongji University and held EMBA of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in 2012. Since 2015, he has been the honorary board director of Schwarzman Scholars, Tsinghua University.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
12:15 PM – 1:30 PM
Grand Ballroom I, Level 5, Jing An Shangri-La
Discussion: What's Next? Leading Chinese developers share their insights about the future of China's real estate industry.