Middle East

MIPIM 2016 debate: Middle East’s top investment destinations to be revealed

The effect of the oil price collapse, as well as the threat of a Brexit on inflows of Middle Eastern capital to the UK, will be discussed in a panel session being held at the MIPIM property conference in Cannes.

Industry experts will also debate the implications of the UK’s tax regime on investors’ appetite at the event, hosted by Cluttons and supported by Estates Gazette on Thursday 17 March.

From the London Stand, Cluttons will present the results of its Middle East Private Capital Survey, which will reveal the top global investment destinations for the Gulf’s wealthiest investors, and panellists will debate London’s ability to retain its position at the top of the list.

Middle East Private Capital Survey

Date: Thursday 17 March

Time: 9.30am-10am CET

Venue: London Stand


Steve Kennard, director of regeneration, Hadley Property Group

Joanna Leverett, head of international residential markets, Cluttons

Steve Morgan, chief executive – Middle East, Cluttons

Gavin Winbanks, head of investor relations – Regeneration, UK Trade & Investment

Chairing: Emily Wright, global editor, Estates Gazette

Anyone who is registered to attend the MIPIM property conference is welcome to attend this event.
No further registration is required.

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