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Dr. Shane Geha

BE (Civil), FIEAust, CPEng, PhD

Managing Director, EG


Shane, co-founding Managing Director of EG Property, is one of the leading re-zoning experts in New South Wales. Shane has extensive rezoning experience and brings a combination of practical know-how and value creation skills to projects he is involved in. Shane has worked on projects and increased land value after rezoning land at Little Bay, Riverstone, Tempe and Wonderland NSW – to name a few. His focus is working closely with clients on property uplift strategy and its implementation. 

Shane completed his PhD in Planning on “Quantifying the Rezoning Effect” at the University of NSW, 2013. He lectures part-time at the University of Sydney in a number of Engineering courses as Adjunct Assistant Professor. Shane was also recently appointed Adjunct Professor at the School of Civil Engineering at UNSW, where he is a course co-ordinator and lecturer.

Shane has also given lectures at Harvard Business School of Design, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Notre Dame University-Louaize and ALBA, University of Balamand in Lebanon. 

Co-founded together with Dr Michael Easson (AM) in 1999, EG was the first private company in NSW to work exclusively in the rezoning sphere, rezoning land for external clients. By 2000, Shane and brother, Adam, with Michael Easson, founded EG Funds Management. Since then, EG Group has earned a high reputation in both property and land rezoning and funds management. EG property has rezoned over $19 billion of land in the past 20 years and has constructed $280 million in projects to date. EG Funds currently manages over $3 billion in Australia and USA.

Shane has had a long history with boards and committees at senior capacities since the age of 21, including being a founder of 28 companies and businesses. He is a contributing writer to Australian Financial Review, Your Investment Property, The Sydney Morning Herald, and The Daily Telegraph.



Asian Australian Business Council was incorporated with NSW Department of Fair Trading as a non-profit organisation. It was formed on 17 July 2017 by a group of Asian Australian business executives. AABC is based in Sydney with prospective branches in other states in Australia. The Asian Australian Business Council (AABC) is the voice of the Asian businesses in Australia.


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