17 May 2018

Breakfast Briefing: France builds to Olympics, Brexit

The French commercial real estate market is poised to reap the benefits of major infrastructure improvements in Paris, investment stemming from the City of Light’s 2024 Olympics hosting role, and the impact of the UK’s exit from the European Union. 



Date: 17 May 2018


Venue: DLA Piper, London, EC2V 7EE


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The French commercial real estate market is poised to reap the benefits of major infrastructure improvements in Paris, investment stemming from the City of Light’s 2024 Olympics hosting role, and the impact of the UK’s exit from the European Union.

Discussion points:

  • How are investors assessing the opportunities stemming from infrastructure improvements?
  • What’s the big picture impact expected to be from the Olympics?
  • How are investors preparing for a potential influx of residents and tenants as a result of Brexit?
  • What are the rising markets outside of Paris

Speaker Panel:

Antoine Mercier, Co-Chair of Global Real Estate, DLA Piper

Antoine has developed a recognized know-how in complex acquisition, sale and joint-venture transactions of commercial real estate portfolios, in particular of specific asset classes such as hotels, student housing, and logistic. Antoine’s practice also focuses on asset management and added value for investments.

 

MODERATOR
Frances Robinson, Freelance Journalist

Frances Robinson is a freelance journalist who previously covered the EU, tech and telecoms for the Wall Street Journal in Brussels, and the ECB for Bloomberg in Frankfurt. She writes for publications including Politico, The Spectator and CityMetric. She has written on PropTech and tech companies’ offices for PIE, as well as subjects from Belgian beer to prison overcrowding in Brussels. She now writes about Brexit, travel, food and wine. Her radio and TV appearances include Sky News, RTBF, CNBC, and the BBC World Service, and she has a wide experience of moderating panels for clients including the OECD, Google and Microsoft.

Agenda:

08:00    Networking & Snacks
08:30    Panel discussion
10:00    Close

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