Boom or Bust? What’s the Truth about UK Real Estate Prices Post-Brexit? How will Brexit Impact Key EU Markets?

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Boom or Bust? What’s the Truth about UK Real Estate Prices Post-Brexit? How will Brexit Impact Key EU Markets?

Please email yammie@britcham.com for more information
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The UK may be seen as a less attractive place to live and work, but it remains desirable. Research from KPMG shows two thirds of EU citizens in their home countries still view the UK as an attractive place to work and well over half say they would move to Britain if the right opportunity arose.

Better work opportunities, diverse culture, and an open society are cited as the big draw cards so will this still be the case post Brexit? 

Join us to hear from Colliers International's Head of Valuation and Advisory Services, Russell Francis on the trends of the UK's real estate market post-Brexit.

 

About the speaker

Russell Francis is a Chartered Surveyor responsible for running the Valuation and Advisory Services Department comprising about 100 surveyors and support staff engaged in the valuation of commercial and residential properties throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and the USA. 

Russell often acts as an Expert Witness and has represented Blackstone and clients of Clifford Chance amongst others on a number of significant properties across UK. 

Russell has advised on litigation concerning apartments on ‘The World’, the only cruise liner in service where you can own your own residential accommodation. He also advised on a dispute concerning one of the largest shopping centres in London and one of South East England’s largest mixed use development sites.

He remains actively involved in day to day valuation work and his clients include Lasalle Investment Management, CBRE GI, HSBC, RBS, Lloyds and Barclays.

Russell started his career with Edward Erdman & Co in 1978 where he initially specialised in rent reviews and lease renewals on shopping centres, together with other related professional matters. In 1988 he became a Director within the Valuation Department of Colliers Erdman Lewis with specific responsibility for valuing investment properties and shopping centres. In 1995, he became Head of Valuation within Colliers Erdman Lewis. In 2009 he joined the Colliers International Global Valuation and Advisory Services Group, representing the UK and EMEA region and is Chairman of the Colliers Global Risk Management Group.

 

Please note that business attire is required by the Hong Kong Club - dress shirts must be worn by men, and jeans and sports shoes are not permitted.

ATTENDANCE FEE
ATTENDEE PRICE
Member $ 400.00 HKD
Non-Member $ 470.00 HKD
  • Reservations in advance are required. Please consider your booking confirmed unless notified otherwise.
  • Business Attire is required by the Hong Kong Club. No jeans or sports shoes.
  • Cancellations must be made in writing 24 hours prior to the event. No shows will be charged.
  • This event is closed to the media.
  • The event will be cancelled if the No.8 Typhoon signal or the Black Rain Storm warning is in force.
  • For further information please email yammie@britcham.com
  • Please make cheques payable to: "The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong" & send it to Room 1201 Emperor Group Centre, 288 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong
Event:

Boom or Bust? What’s the Truth about UK Real Estate Prices Post-Brexit? How will Brexit Impact Key EU Markets?

Date:
Thu, April 19, 2018
Time:
08:00 AM - 09:15 AM
Speaker:

Russell Francis, Director - Head of Valuation and Advisory Services, Colliers International

Venue:
Victoria Suite, The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central. Hosted by Andrew Seaton
Contact Person:
Yammie Yuen
Contact information:
yammie@britcham.com

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