Reimagining Real Estate Investment
4 Mar 2020
The City Centre
The City Centre, 80 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5ARView Map
The search for yield
There is currently no sign that central banks are about to enter a monetary tightening phase. With interest rates and bond yields remaining low, we need new investment opportunities to match liabilities for the years ahead that are in secure assets and on a regulated market.
Join us to learn about the opportunities that commercial real estate offers and how the City of London has been the magnet for both UK and overseas investors.
- Where – The City Centre, 80 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5AR
- When – Wednesday 4 March from 1200-1400
- Who – This briefing is by invitation only and will bring together circa 25 CIOs from the largest Wealth Managers, Advisers, DFMs and Private Banks
- How will the briefing work – Please see the agenda for the running order that offers a healthy blend of presentations, roundtable discussion and networking
- Cost – There is no cost to participate, only your time and we will ensure it is well spent
- City real estate rents and pricing – going up or down?
- Recent deals? Who is buying in the City?
- Where next for development – what new schemes are being talked about and what are the opportunities for investors?
- How does the City compare as a market to other locations
This is a fantastic opportunity to consider the growth and performance of prime Commercial Real Estate (CRE) in recent years and the role of CRE in a balanced portfolio.
Investors looking for yield are facing tough times with many key asset classes facing major challenges. 25% of all global government and investment grade bonds now feature negative yields.
With a savings glut of money looking for returns, what are the options for investors as they balance the need for liquidity, security and yield? What should general investors do to increase their returns at a time when they are struggling to match pension and insurance liabilities? Might Commercial Real Estate offer a solution to investors?
At this event, hosted in a unique venue in the heart of the City of London, we will hear about why real estate continues to attract both overseas and UK investors and what returns we might anticipate over the next few years from the sector. We will hear from the City Corporation who will outline their plans for the future as well as from past real estate asset managers who will share their experiences on investing in a mix of real estate assets.
This is a unique chance to learn more about what is driving value in real estate and how a new regulated stock market is going to make access to the sector much easier for investors.