Welcome to the ASEAN Valuers Association (AVA)

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First of all I would like to share and show my sincere gratitude to all supporters of AVA.I would like to thank all departments of our governments for their positive involvement, support and providing constructive advice to ensure smooth operations within, the Asean Valuers Association (AVA).As the New President of the Asean Valuers Association (AVA) I am very happy to share a few words with you. As the Real Estate and construction industry in Asia is booming, this also takes a lot of responsibilities with it. The AVA and all its members are ready for the Mega task to lead us to the next level and be ready for ASEAN.

It is our duty to the nation and its citizens to guard and expand our knowledge so that local and foreign investment opportunities will keep coming in to the Kingdom of Cambodia what will result in even more opportunities and at the same time benefit the government as well as the business community.
The AVA will build a stronger, clear and transparent relationship with the government to make sure that we will become the leading center in future ASEAN.

Development in Asia still has a lot of growth potential and the AVA will be the front-runner to guide this in to a win-win situation for all parties involved.

Many changes have taken place that continues to makes Asia friendly to native and foreign investors. We need to be sure we are ready for the next step and shoot to the next level with our amazing association. There is a time for talking and a time for action…that time is now!

I herewith invite all members and friends to the upcoming 19th AVA Congress meeting, which will be held on 4-7 May 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The location is at Hotel Sofitel, Phnom Penh.

We ask all of you to actively participate in sharing your opinions to make the AVA successfully established as well as to make it more visible.

Hope to see you all very soon in the beautiful Kingdom Of Cambodia!

AVA President

Mr. KIM Heang
(Cambodia)AVA Secretary-General

Mrs. Dewi Sri Umi
(Indonesia)