IBERIAN INVESTMENT BRIEFING – WHY SPAIN?
WELCOME TO IBERIA!
Iberian Property and Investment Briefings are pleased to announce the launch of a new series of half day investment events focused on Iberia. The first event, IBERIAN INVESTMENT BRIEFING - WHY SPAIN? will be held in London, hosted by the Spanish Ambassador in cooperation with ICEX Spain Trade and Investment.
The Spanish Embassy provides a unique setting for a senior leaders from both Iberian real estate markets and the international investment community to meet, discuss and share the latest research, strategy, local market insight, market outlook and opportunities in Spain and Portugal.
With one of the most resilient economic growth stories in the euro area, Iberia is high on the wish list for investors across the main sectors; office, retail & logistics. There is also an increasing focus on alternative investment opportunities from student housing to leisure & tourism as well as debt.
Join senior leaders in the real estate market and benefit from high-level market insights, and discuss the outlook, pricing, risks and opportunities in both the traditional and alternative sectors. Meet the Iberian Real Estate markets in one highly efficient half day conference!
Registration & networking breakfast
Opening remarks & Conference focus
Research Presentation: Spain – the macro economic outlook
Real Estate Investment - Why Spain and where are the opportunities?
Investors round table moderated by Richard Betts
Networking Coffee Break
The new world of alternative investment in Iberia
Closing remarks by Richard Betts & António Gil Machado
EMBASSY OF SPAIN IN LONDON
EMBASSY OF SPAIN
39 Chesham Place, London SW1X 8SB
The Embassy of Spain in London is the diplomatic mission of Spain in the United Kingdom. Spain also maintains a Consulate General at 20 Draycott Place, Chelsea, a Defence Office at 3 Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge, an Education, Employment & Social Affairs Office at 20 Peel Street, Holland Park and an Economic & Commercial Section at 66 Chiltern Street, Marylebone.
The embassy is situated in a stucco detached house designed by Henry E. Kendall and built between 1840 and 1850 on Belgrave Square in Belgravia, Westminster, London. The building is Grade I listed for its architectural merit.