Iberian Property Summit unlocks the potential Iberian Investment Market, London (GB)


The Iberian Property Summit will be held on 20 June in London at the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, aiming to unlock the potential of the Iberian property investment market to international investors. In 2016, investment in Iberian commercial property totalled €10bn, a volume that is set to further growth in 2017, boosted by the increasing attractiveness of the top 3 Iberian cities: Madrid, Lisbon and Barcelona.


Targeting the international investment community, the Iberian Property Summit will be a time to share information on the Iberian market in order to facilitate the best investment decisions, also giving attendees the opportunity to meet all the of the Industry’s key players and decision makers. The one-day event is chaired by Rupert Nabarro, founder of IPD and one of the most prestigious personalities in the UK investment industry, gathering high-level speakers from Iberian, European and International investors, consultants and organisations, including some of the most dynamic Spanish and Portuguese players such as Colonial, Hispania, Neinor, SAREB, Square Asset Management and leading market analysts from CBRE, Uria Menéndez Lawyers, MSCI or RCA.


The program will feature the leading economist, fund manager and bestseller author Daniel Lacalle, who will be presenting the economic outlook for both Spain and Portugal. The event will also focus the attraction of investments to the region, debating the competition between the main Iberian cities; the origin and profile of the most active investors; as well as the most appealing segments and opportunities in this sector.


Organised by Iberian Property, the Iberian Property Summit has the extensive support of the main associations and organisations of property investment at the global, European and national level, including the RICS, EPRA, ULI. ASPRIMA, ACI, APFIPP and APPII are the Iberian entities associated with the event, sponsored by CBRE and Uría Menéndez.

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