Clicks to Bricks

What does the future hold for real estate investment?

5 Nov 201911/05/2019 04:00pm 11/05/2019 04:00pm Clicks to Bricks Clicks to bricks - what does the future hold for real estate investment? - seminar exploring the most recent advancements in the financing of real estate, in association with the IPF and SPF Sky Bar, DoubleTree Hilton, Bread Street Edinburgh UTC public

4pm - 5.30pm

Sky Bar, DoubleTree Hilton, Bread Street Edinburgh

Improving the liquidity of commercial real estate is a well-documented ambition and a driver for both real estate owners and for investors. In this breakfast series, presenters will set out the most recent advancements in the financing of real estate and how well liquidity levels are being addressed.

With technological advancements now delivering a totally new class of investor through tokenisation, securitisation and fractionalisation, how should the real estate industry respond to be attractive to new investors?

Key points for discussion: -

  • How must real estate owners adapt to serve new investors?
  • What new investment models are being developed to satisfy this demand?
  • How can real estate be more liquid without creating risk to value for investors and owners?
  • What asset data is needed to make informed investment decisions?
  • How might the role of advisors change in the future as a result of these changes?
  • How might asset and property management strategies need to change as a result of new investor demand in real estate?

Each panel is made up of commentators, advisers, owners and investors who can speak from their experience and understanding of the UK real estate industry.

In association with IPSX and SPF 

Moderator – Stuart Heslop, Managing Director Real Estate Finance, Royal Bank of Scotland

Confirmed Speakers

Sir Brian Ivory, Chairman of Marathon Asset Management and Arcus European Infrastructure Fund and NED IPSX

Douglas Armstrong, Senior Partner, Dickson Minto

Roger Clarke, Managing Director, IPSX

Miller Mathieson, Managing Director Scotland & NI, CBRE and Chairman of the Scottish Property Federation.

To register, visit the website www.ipsx.com/events or email events@ipsx.com