Lonneke Lowik, CEO, INREV together with Claudia Kapp, Director of Member Relations, INREV shared an update on what we’ve been doing at INREV over the last months to help our members through these exceptional circumstances.
During the Technology Seminar 2020 we were joined by Thijs van Gelder, PGGM, Dan Hughes, Alpha Property Insight, Huib Vaessen, APG Asset Management and Sylvia Slaughter, GLP.
During the Finance and Operations Seminar 2020 we were joined by Bo Holse Rasmussen, NREP, Markus Gaebel, Swiss Life Asset Managers, Andrew Muscat, LaSalle Global Partner Solutions and Renaud Breyer, EY.
Cinzia Alcidi, Head of Economic Policy Unit, CEPS discuss the economic outlook and the tax policy implications of the COVID-19 crisis, and Richard van der Linden, PwC presents a closer look at recent tax developments in Europe including ATAD II’s hybrid mismatch, DAC 6, use and management of tax havens, and more.
Industry experts discussed the importance and drivers of impact investing, looked at how to measure and report and identify the key challenges faced when looking for suitable impact products.
Kate Binedell and Matthew Baker, Partners at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner in London, who presented an update on recent ESG-related regulatory requirements impacting non-listed real estate investment. They were joined by Abigail Dean, Head of Sustainability, Real Estate at Nuveen in London, who discussed some of the practical issues implementing the new regulations present for fund managers.
Between 28 and 29 September 2020, we held the Annual Conference in a hybrid online setting from the #INREV Live Online Studio. 620 members logged into the online platform from locations across 27 countries around the globe, to hear 15 speakers across 10 sessions discuss topics related to the overarching theme of, ‘Business Interrupted: Building Resilience for the new norm’.
The non-listed real estate community gathered together for two days of insights, discussion and dialogue touching on topics such as ESG, Sustainable Finance, Geopolitics, mega-trends impacting the sector as well as more specific sub themes such as the office of tomorrow and the opportunities in the beds sector.
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During the Insights into Operational Real Estate Seminar, we were joined by Mikkel Bülow-Lehsby, NREP, Jay Kwan, QuadReal, Boudewijn Ruitenburg, EDGE and Brenna O’Roarty, RHL Strategic Solutions.
The real estate investment industry will inevitably be impacted by the effects of COVID-19 but some sectors will be hit harder than others. Retail and hotel have been among the first victims of this crisis, with declining rents and lower occupancy rates. The office sector has been relatively unscathed compared to others but what’s going to happen in the long term? Last but not least logistics, online demand is fuelling the growth of e-commerce and logistics, which opportunities will this sector bring to real estate investors?
Which sectors will survive or reinvent themselves and which ones require structural changes in the new world we find ourselves in? Or, is COVID-19 simply a catalyst, accelerating the sector trends that we were already there or expected to be there soon.
On Thursday 2 July at 11:00 CET, we were joined in the INREV Live Online studio by four sector experts who gave their views on the European real estate outlook and sectors.
Rodrigo Delcourt from Arendt & Medernach and Michael Daemgen from Arendt Regulatory & Consulting in Luxembourg present on host AIFMs, including their operating models, services provided to the real estate industry and regulatory parameters.