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Banking on the Future – in partnership with Bank of England - will be returning for its fifth instalment on Thursday 24th November with the aim to educate businesses on how to navigate through a fast-moving economic landscape.
At a time when the Bank of England’s role in the UK economy has arguably never been more high profile, the expert event panel will take part in a wide-ranging discussion providing invaluable data and insight into the macro and micro economic climates, and their impacts on the global real estate industry.
The session follows the announcement made by the Bank on interest rates and is conveniently aired halfway through the financial year, a significant time to assess budgets for many businesses.
Bank of England Economist, Rob Elder, will talk on behalf of the bank to offer an exclusive analysis of the market and future trends shaping the economy. Joining Elder on the panel are industry-leading property oracles, yet to be announced.
Compered by deverellsmith & Hintel’s Global CEO and Founder, Andrew Deverell-Smith, one of the leading executive search consultants within the real estate industry for the last 16 years.
Further speakers will be announced during the lead up to the event…
The session will cover:
An opening update from Bank of England on the modern dynamics of the economy
Significant changes to taxation and interest rates
Overview of asset classes and overseas investment
The effects on the investment, development and sales and lettings markets
After the immense success of the first in person event in March, we’re delighted to welcome our audience back to the Regent Street Cinema on Thursday 24th November, from 08:00AM – 10:00AM. The event is limited to 250 capacity – register now to secure your place.
8:00AM – 8:30AM – Networking with breakfast, teas, and coffees on arrival
8:30AM – 9:30AM -Panel discussion takes place
9:30AM – 10:00AM – Networking with refreshments
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