China Investor’s Club
Investment by Chinese into the UK property sector has created the largest financial benefits and largest political head aches in recent times. Despite this positive net benefit, incremental and cumulative factors have combined to raise question marks as to how long this trend can continue. Whether it is the changes in China’s economy, the UK’s approach to foreign property ownership, access to visa or attractiveness of alternative geographic investment locations, they all are combining to create headwind in what has been to date an overwhelming positive industry.
WHAT WERE DISCUSSED?
Organised by China Investors Club, this round table discussion addressed these factors, assessing whether they could derail the UK property market or are simply a distraction to business as usual. If you are involved in UK property from a legal, financing, wealth, management or property advisory perspective then you will want to have answers to these questions to help strategic planning for your own business of for your clients.
WHO LED THE DISCUSSIONS?
We will have experts provide concise summaries of how they see the market. Sourced from financial institutions, property development and wealth management sectors, each has a specific focus on China.
Peter Izard – Investec
Peter is an experienced finance professional with a strong background in developing mortgage markets for a number of the top lending institutions. He will be providing an overview of the current property market, an update on interest rate movements and the economic outlook. His insights into current liquidity in the mortgage sector will be invaluable for anyone seeking leverage for their developments.
Sally Wang – advisor to HNWI and author of Buy Smart
We are lucky enough to have Sally join us to share her insights into the buying behaviours of Chinese investors into UK property. She has advised many investors in the past and her book, Buy Smart clearly captures the issues and perceptions that face foreign buyers, in particular those from China. Sally will have a number of her books available to buy at the end of the breakfast.
Following the formal presentations will be be an open debate where you can challenge the perceptions and raise new factors that you feel relevant. The overall aim is to raise awareness and share knowledge between those that are active in the China/UK markets.
The Chinese version will be published by a leading Chinese publisher Beijing Qinghua University Press beginning of 2016.
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