Neeraj Bansal | RE & ASEAN Corridor Leader
KPMG India | India

Neeraj Bansal, RE & ASEAN Corridor Leader, KPMG India

Neeraj has over 20 years of experience, and is closely networked with his counterparts in member firms, having worked in multiple geographies, including the U.S., the U.K., Qatar, Dubai, Poland, Turkey, Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam etc. He is the member of the Global Real Estate Steering Committee. He has diligently focused on spearheading leadership interventions that have had demonstrable and direct results anchored to business growth mandates and organizational effectiveness.

He is a regular speaker/panelist at national and international real estate and construction conferences and seminars, and regularly contributes articles in several newspapers, business magazines and television shows. Further, Neeraj has actively participated in sectoral committees and initiatives of major industry bodies and central/state government organizations in India.
He has also conceptualized and co-authored thought leadership publications on pertinent industry issues, such as ‘Housing for All’ by 2022, land acquisition, project management, legal landscape of the Indian real estate industry and affordable housing, with various industry and government bodies such as National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO), The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI), Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI), Project Management Institute (PMI), etc.
Neeraj manages key real estate accounts in India as well as select overseas practices. He is responsible for developing relationships with owners and professional management on these accounts.

Prior to joining KPMG in India, he has worked as the head of the internal audit function for a key strategic business unit of an Indian subsidiary. In addition, he has also worked with the corporate finance and telecom practice of other large consulting firms.


REIW Asia 2017 day 1 @ 15:10


  • Regulatory changes have made India more attractive than ever, reversing the lull seen in the last few years: Is this trend set to continue?
  • Increasing trend of mid-size investors expanding their portfolio outside of residential, including retail, office space and other leased assets: Does this have any impact on deal availability for large scale investors?
  • Are investors concerned about developer delivery capability?
  • What opportunities are there for consortiums of investors to pick up distressed assets?
last published: 30/Sep/19 03:05 GMT

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