Register for CREFC Europe’s two-day Conference next month

Global real estate finance professionals will gather next month in Canary Wharf for Commercial Real Estate Finance Council Europe’s annual two-day industry Conference to debate the market’s most pressing issues.

CREFC Europe 2013 conf logoCREFC Europe’s Conference – hosted by Clifford Chance on 13 and 14 November – will be co-chaired by Clifford Chance’s Peter Voisey, Mount Street’s Ravi Joseph and TIAA-CREF’s Catherine Webster.

This will be the first opportunity for the market to debate the Real Estate Finance Group’s new vision for UK real estate finance, with a panel discussion with CREFC Europe’s Peter Cosmetatos, HSBC Bank’s Matthew Webster and Kames Capital’s Phil Clark.

The Bank of England’s Oliver Burrows will present his view to conference delegates on options for reducing systemic risk from the CRE market.

In addition, the packed two-day conference will also include sessions on:

  • Trends and Lessons from Listed Real Estate – Market Developments and Latest Trends across Europe
  • HSBC Bank’s Simon Wells, chief UK economist, on the UK economy: Carnival to Carnage?
  • Borrowers in Europe
  • CMBS Note Maturities Uncovered;

There also promises to be a fascinating discussion on Lending in Europe, in which the panelists consist of Deutsche Bank’s Gad Caspy, Blackstone’s Joe Pedlow, Wells Fargo’s Max Sinclair, Deutsche Pfandbriefbank’s Charles Balch and, Lloyds Banking Group’s John Feeney.

Registration closes next Friday, 1 November – book now to avoid disappointment.

To see the full Conference agenda, please click here.

And to book your place at this year’s two-day Autumn Conference, please contact Hannah Liebing or call either direct on +44 (0)20 3651 5568.

jwallace@costar.co.uk

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