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Erwin Stouthamer Research Grant Seminar

, Amsterdam

INREV, ANREV and AFIRE kindly invite you to join the Erwin Stouthamer Research Grant Seminar on the afternoon of 15 February 2018 at the Pulitzer Hotel in Amsterdam.

In memory of the late Erwin Stouthamer INREV and ANREV each awarded an academic research grant to two leading universities to carry out research on the topics of the real estate illiquidity premium and currency risk.
During the seminar Professor Marc Francke from the University of Amsterdam will present highlights of the Real Estate Illiquidity Premiums study, and Nick Mansley from Cambridge University will present findings on the Impact of Currency Risk on the Performance of Asia Pacific non-listed real estate funds.
The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion joined by senior practitioners.
The seminar will close with an opportunity to commemorate Erwin Stouthamer.

About the Erwin Stouthamer Memorial Research Grant
The Erwin Stouthamer Memorial Research Grant has been set up to recognise innovative and high-quality, applied research in real estate investment. The Prize is in memory of the work and industry contribution of Erwin Stouthamer, who sadly passed away in April 2016. Erwin was the founder and CEO of Composition Capital. In addition to his hugely demanding job, he made a substantial contribution to the INREV Management Board on which he served twice.   

If you have any questions, please contact events@inrev.org.



Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Pulitzer Hotel Amsterdam
  • Prinsengracht 323
  • 1016 GZ


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16.00  Registration
16.30  Welcome by INREV
16.50  Presentation by Professor Marc Franck
17.20  Presentation by Nick Mansley
17.45  Panel Discussion
18.15  Drinks reception
19.15  End


Terms and conditions

  • This event is free of charge.
  • For INREV members or on invitation only.
  • By registering for this event attendees give INREV express permission to use images taken of them at the event for reproduction.

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