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INREV Annual Conference 2021  

Published on 26 Apr 2021

INREV Annual Conference 2021 was held online on 20-22 April under the overarching theme of ‘Reinvention for Resilience: Getting ready for the new normal’.

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Taking stock: today’s economic landscape

  • Lonneke Löwik
  • Linda Yueh

The impact of COVID-19: moving from outbreak to long-term adaption

  • Andrew Vaughan
  • Bernard Penaud
  • Rob Wilkinson
  • Cristina García-Per

Who’s the client?: new relationships in non-listed real estate

  • Jos Sentel
  • Ilkka Tomperi
  • Mikkel Bülow-Lehnsby
  • John O’Driscoll

Building a sustainable inclusive industry

  • Serena Althaus
  • Ric Lewis
  • Andrea Carpenter

Today’s evolving institutional investing landscape

  • Iryna Pylypchuk
  • Jenny Buck
  • Timo Löyttyniemi
  • Jelle van der Giessen

Accelerating ESG through technology

  • Guy Grainger
  • Robert Laing
  • Matt Ellis
  • Guillaume Poitrinal
  • John Macomber

Market Update Seminar March 2021  

Published on 19 Mar 2021

Iryna Pylypchuk, Director Research and Market Information, INREV presented the Q4 2020 European results including sector, geography, fund-level and asset level performance, also sharing insights from the latest COVID-19 Sentiment and Valuation Surveys.

Peter Papadakos, Managing Director, Green Street will present research into the topic of sector preference as an indicator of outperformance. The presentations followed by a panel discussion moderated by Lonneke Löwik, CEO, INREV joined by Vincenzo Nocerino, BNP Paribas REIM, Jessica Hardman, DWS and Xavier Jongen, Catella Residential Investment Management.

Nick Tyrrell Research Prize Seminar 2021  

Published on 10 Feb 2021

The 2020 winners of the Nick Tyrrell Research prize present their winning paper, ‘Real Estate in Mixed-Asset Portfolios for Various Investment Horizons’. 

The webinar hosted by the IPF features a panel of industry experts, Peter Epping, Hines and Thushka Maharaj, JP Morgan together with the joint prize winners, Jean-Christophe Delfim and Prof. Martin Hoesli, both of the Geneva School of Economics and Management, as they present the winning paper.