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  • LONDON25 September 2013 | Millennium Hotel London Mayfair

    FT PROPERTY SUMMIT 2013

    SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

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    Strategies and Forecasting in a Challenging Investment Climate

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    Martin Wolf, CBE, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times

    Martin Healy, Global Head of Real Estate Investments, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

    Dr Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Advisor, Mayor of London’s Office

    Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group

    Chair: Ed Hammond, Property Correspondent, Financial Times

  • FT Property Summit 2013 Strategies and Forecasting in a Challenging Investment Climate The FT Property Summit, now in its tenth year, has become established as the premium gathering for senior investors, occupiers, lenders and developers from around the world.

    This year’s Summit will once again provide a timely opportunity for leading global market participants to come together and discuss the latest investment opportunities and challenges. The Summit will analyse how investors are looking to diversify and strengthen their portfolios, whilst global economies continue to ride out the storm and chart a smooth path to recovery.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    Pension funds, Insurance companies, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), Investment managers and advisors, Investment banks, Property developers, Asset managers, Chartered surveyors, Estate agents, Property services providers, Accountancy practices, Law firms

    PREVIOUS ATTENDEES INCLUDE

    Allianz Real Estate, AM alpha, Amundi RE, APN Property Group, Brookfield Developments, Canary Wharf Group, Capco, CarVal Investors, CBRE, Citygrove Securities, Colliers International, Corestate Capital, Deutshe Bank, Deutsche Pfandbriefbank, Erste Group, Eurohypo, Gensler, Goldman Sachs, Great Portland Estates, Hammerson, Hermes Real Estate, Hines, Jones Lang LaSalle, Land Securities, Landesbank, Mitsui Fudosan, Orion Capital Managers, PRUPIM, Qatari Diar, Rockspring, Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance, Royal Bank of Scotland, Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, Stanhope, The British Land Company, The Co-operative Financial Services, TriGranit Development Corporation, Union Investment Real Estate, Wates Construction, Willis …and many more

  • Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group

    SUMMIT AGENDA

    Chair’s Opening Remarks

    Ed Hammond, Property Correspondent, Financial Times

    Macroeconomic Keynote with Q&A Martin Wolf CBE, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times

    Panel Session – Regulation & Policy Analysis

    The long lasting economic downturn has had a significant impact on the property market, with gross lending figures in the UK having halved since they were recorded at £80bn in 2007. The need to build greater resilience in the financial system, has led to regulatory reform including Basel III for the banking sector, which will impact on the funding available for new deals. Understanding the effect of new regulation, and future economic growth forecasts, will be essential for investors as they look to make important strategic decisions.

    Dr Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Advisor, Mayor of London’s Office

    Martin Wolf CBE, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times

    Philip Booth, Professor of Insurance and Risk Management, Cass Business School and Editorial Director, Institute of Economic Affairs

    Networking Coffee Break

    SESSION TWO – LONDON, EUROPE & THE NORDICS

    Panel with Q&A – The City of London

    The City of London has been viewed as something of a safe haven by embattled investors who are looking to steel their portfolios against tough conditions. This influx of overseas investment, often described as a ‘flight- to-quality’, has seen a number of international investors snapping up much of London’s prime real estate. The panel will analyse what makes the City of London such an attractive investment destination, and assess how it compares to other cities.

    Catherine Cook, Partner, Clifford Chance

    Anne Kavanagh, Global Head of Asset Management and Transactions, AXA Real Estate

    CHAIR: Ed Hammond, Property Correspondent, Financial Times

  • Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group

    SUMMIT AGENDA

    Panel with Q&A – UK, Europe & The Nordics

    The gap between Northern and Southern Europe has widened dramatically during the recession. Further evidence of the South’s decline can be seen when comparing it with the Nordics, where international investors see plenty of opportunity for safety and high yields. Will the South ever recover or is this divide now too big? What role are Germany and France playing in the commercial property space? How hard is it for international investors to penetrate Nordic markets?

    Liz Peace CBE, Chief Executive Officer, British Property Federation

    Peter Buttenschön, Chief Executive Officer, Ektornet

    John Slade, Chief Executive Officer, BNP Paribas Real Estate UK

    CHAIR: Ed Hammond, Property Correspondent, Financial Times

    Lunch

    SESSION THREE – INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS

    Crossrail Case Study Presentation

    Ian Lindsay, Land and Property Director, Crossrail

    New Financiers – Insurers, Private Equity, Pension Funds

    The traditional channels through which investors could secure funding for new deals, is likely to feel the squeeze as the banking sector has a reduced ability to provide financing due to new regulatory obligations. However, this has in-turn paved the wave for a new group of financiers to carve out a greater share of the market for themselves. How have insurance firms developed their role in recent years? What has been the impact of private equity involvement? Which pension funds are looking to provide long term funding options?

    Paul Wilson, Regional Director – Europe, MetLife Real Estate Investments

    Martin Healy, Global Head of Real Estate Investments, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

    Giancarlo Scotti, Chief Executive Officer, Generali Real Estate

    Raffaele Costa, Chief Executive Officer and Founding Senior Partner, Tyndaris LLP

    CHAIR: Ed Hammond, Property Correspondent, Financial Times

  • Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group

    Programme correct as of 26 June 2013. For the latest programme details visit www.ft-live.com/property

    Networking Coffee Break

    SESSION FOUR

    Speech: The Shard - Case Study

    The newest iconic building on the London skyline is The Shard, which sits facing the City of London on the less-populated south side of the Thames. Its inception was the result of an international collaboration, which was forced to take a revised strategic direction as the recession started to take hold.

    Irvine Sellar, Chairman, Sellar Property Group

    Concluding Remarks

    Networking Drinks Reception

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    What they said about the 2012 FT Property Conference…

    “Good subjects with great speakers who have vast experience of the market” 2012 Delegate, CBRE Global Investors

    “Content was very good” 2012 Delegate, British Property Federation

    “Expert market commentary and good networking” 2012 Delegate, FTI Consulting

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