Webinar: Building Smarter Cities with Blockchain (G190710)
How will blockchain affect property transactions and how cities develop in the future? Tony Crabb will present Cushman and Wakefield’s recent research in this emerging field.
Webinar registrations for this event closes on 10th July at 09:00am AEDT sharp.
- Tony Crabb, National Director, Research, Cushman & Wakefield (Australia)
National Director, Research
Cushman & Wakefield (Australia)
Tony Crabb is National Director of Research at Cushman and Wakefield and has worked in a research capacity over the past 23 years.
Tony is an advisor to the Reserve Bank of Australia where he is part of their business liaison unit, is an advisor to the Federal Department of Treasury, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Property and Real Estate Faculty at Deakin University.
Tony was previously responsible for a $100 million listed property portfolio at ISPT, and was part of the senior management team responsible for the direction of ISPT’s $6 billion portfolio.
Tony has a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Diploma of Financial Services, is a member of the Faculty of Australian Writers and a graduate of Rogen, has qualifications in equities, futures, options and foreign exchange trading and is a published author.
Tony is the author of four books including a bestseller. Tony also gave a TED talk at TEDx Queenstown in April 2016 on Climate Change and Property.
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