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Stephen Banks (Director, Group Real Estate of BP Singapore Pte Ltd)

Stephen Banks

Director, Group Real Estate of BP Singapore Pte Ltd
Scott Munro (Associate Principal, Building Services Leader at Arup Singapore Pte Ltd)

Scott Munro

Associate Principal, Building Services Leader at Arup Singapore Pte Ltd

Scott has over 20 years practicing Building Services engineering in Singapore, where he is a Professional Engineer (Mechanical), contributing leading roles to projects in a variety of market sectors including hotel, institutional, commercial, workplace and industrial buildings.
Some of Scott’s project highlights include; Singapore Sports Hub, GSK Asia House, CapitaGreen ,CREATE Campus, Guocco Tower, National Library Building and Singapore Management University.
Scott has a keen interest in sustainable building design, and wellness, setting design targets and working with design teams to form a whole building solution which efficiently uses passive and active systems.

Raymond Hoe (Director Singapore of Scott Brownrigg)

Raymond Hoe

Director Singapore of Scott Brownrigg

Raymond Hoe is Director of Scott Brownrigg’s Singapore and South East Asia operations. He is responsible for leading
the practice’s growing studio in Singapore and for developing business across the region.

As a practicing architect of 20 years, Raymond is highly skilled in working on schemes from design inception through to
completion with an extensive projects portfolio with notable global design awards.

As well as being a part-time Design Lecturer in the Department of Architecture at the National University of Singapore
since 2010, Raymond was a recipient of President’s Design of the Year award in 2009 and has also been featured in
the Singapore 2016 Tatler Homes '50 Most Influential in Singapore Design' list, which recognises key influencers and
newsmakers who are changing the face of the nation's design scene.

Yannick Lenormand (Foresight Lead, East Asia at Arup)

Yannick Lenormand

Foresight Lead, East Asia at Arup

Yannick Lenormand is the Arup East Asia Foresight leader and currently based in Hong Kong. His role is to understand the manifestations of change around us, identify future needs and how these changes are impacting or may impact the future of the built environment, Arup business, our client’s business and first and foremost, how change is impacting people’s lives. Yannick has a background in industrial design, design thinking and material science. He has been focusing on exploring future trends for the last 13 years and prior to joining Arup in 2018 he was heading trends practice at Royal Philips and Gibson Brands in East Asia and SEA.

Nick Hughes (Regional Head of Workplace at Standard Chartered Bank)

Nick Hughes

Regional Head of Workplace at Standard Chartered Bank

With over 25 years experience leading Client and Service Provider Corporate Real Estate across London, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia, Nick Hughes is the Regional Head of Workplace for ASEAN and South Asia (ASA) for Standard Chartered Bank based in Singapore.
Nick is responsible for all Workplace standards, governance, continual improvement, developing/influencing stakeholders and vendor partners with the Bank’s Workplace ecosystem. Managing the regional Workplace team enabled successful projects such as the newly opened large commercial facilities in Singapore, India and Malaysia and numerous retail branches.
Workplace priorities include managing all properties in the ASA region, including the transition of in-house facilities, project and asset management services to our vendor partners. More recently a key area of focus has been implementing Workplace Experience by delivering and evolving refreshed workplace standards throughout the region and adapting to the Covid 19 pandemic and repurcussions; including work from home and transforming the Office in to a safe, collaborative, social and innovative community.
Prior to moving to Singapore to lead Workplace for ASA, Nick was based in Dubai where he managed the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan region. Highlights included the DIFC Building acquisition and the negotiation of the Agreement for Lease for the new Dubai Head Office at Downtown. In addition, Nick previously managed the regional Asset Management team and the Bank’s global M&A activity from a property due diligence and integration perspective.