Date(s) - 14/03/2017
2:45 pm - 4:15 pm
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US politics, Brexit, Le Pen, and Merkel are dominating headlines across the continent. The Dutch are kicking off Europe’s election season on March 15th, followed by France and Germany.
Will this be the defining moment for the Eurosceptic block, or will they be trumped by the uncertainty caused by the recent elections in the US and Theresa May triggering article 50?
- What will be the effects of these game changing elections on students’ desire and ability to go abroad?
- How does this volatility influence investor confidence in general, and in student housing specifically?
- Has European student housing become a real estate safe haven, or is it under threat by nationalism and protectionism?
Find out how Europe’s leading student housing investors and operators are affected by international political volatility, and how they see the threats and opportunities coming at us.
Rainer Nonnengasser, MPC Capital, Charlie MacGregor, The Student Hotel, Paddy Allen, GSA, Philip Hillman, JLL, Keith White, CRM Students, Lisette Van Dooran, ULI, Paul Bashir, Round Hill Capital.
Please register here.