Manchester Global MBA Alumni Industrial Insight in Fuzhou

China’s Real Estate in Changes: New Trends and Investment Opportunities  



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China’s Real Estate industry has inevitably entered the post-development era. Along with the continuous focuses on fund supervision of China’s Real Estate industry, the turning point of its fate emerges. On its way to scale development, the ceiling for China's real estate industry is now in place. Investors will look at more cutting-edge emerging industries so that valuations of its real estate industry are at historically low levels.

How should we react to this situation?

Whether in China, the ancient real estate industry has no investment value?

What are the new trends and opportunities in it?

In the afternoon of 15th May, The University of Manchester China Centre invited Alliance Manchester Business School Global MBA alumna Ms. Wei Huang, to share industrial insight with topic on China's Real Estate in Changes: New Trends and Investment Opportunities. As the Senior Financial Manager at Tahoe, Ms. Wei has rich experience in l
eading the financial planning and controlling team to continuously monitor the domestic real estate market fluctuations, improve the efficiency of funds and generate tailor-made financial advice.


Also, this is an ideal opportunity to interact with our alumni, and speak with our recruitment team and ask questions relevant to applying for our renowned MBA programme.


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Ms. Sherry Fu
Regional Director
The University of Manchester China Centre



Sherry is the founding director of Alliance Manchester Business School’s China Centre (established in 2008 in Shanghai) which was renamed to the University of Manchester China Centre in September 2016. She manages China business development, alumni relations and strategic partnerships in the region, leading China team developed the Centre to the 2nd largest overseas Centre and building an outstanding brand image and reputation for AMBS and UoM which has been recognized in several China’s top national awards. Sherry was appointed as an envoy to the City of Manchester in 2013 at the house of Lords and awarded ”Pilot of Chinese business education’ in 2016 by China State Council information office. 

Ms. Wei Huang
Senior Financial Manager, Tahoe

Manchester Global MBA July 2019 intake (Finance Accelerated Pathway)




Wei Huang, a GMBA student of UoM,currently serve as a senior financial manager in Tahoe. She leads the financial planning and control team to continuously monitor the China’s real estate market fluctuations, improve the efficiency of funds and generate tailor-made financial advice.


Before joining Tahoe, Ms. Huang worked on various roles in KPMG, CIIT and Country Garden, being experienced in areas of finance and economics. Simultaneously she devotes herself to financial education. In last 3 years, she held professional lectures in over 10 universities which loved by students.

Saturday, 15th May, 2021


14:00-14:15 Registration and Networking
14:15-14:30 Welcome Speech by China Centre Director
14:30-15:30 Industrial Insight by Ms. Wei Huang
15:30-16:00 Manchester Global MBA Introduction


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