19 May 2020
Online

The current crisis generally spells trouble for the real estate sector, but for some investors it could represent a unique opportunity. Where are such opportunities to be found – now and into the future? Which sectors and what types of buildings are worth looking at? Will investors be interested in frozen projects and distressed companies?

Agenda

Webinar

Day 1
19.05.2020
11:00
11:00
Discussion
  1. Hotels and apartments for rent are among the segments most impacted by the pandemic. Does this mean huge discounts could be on offer?
  2. Shopping centres – how can disputes with tenants be resolved?
  3. Will warehouses and logistics centres turn out to be the investment hit of 2020?
  4. Could homes be a product immune to the pandemic? Or could some residential market segments be hurt by it?
  5. Are office buildings and coworking set to stay in the foreground of investment – or will they be rendered obsolete by the home office?
  6. Alternative real estate: residences for the elderly and students – what challenges have been unearthed by the lockdown for these asset classes? 
  7. Gazing into the crystal ball. In what form will ongoing transactions be finalised? How will the investment market be transformed  this year and in those that lie ahead of us?
View Speakers
12:15
12:15
End of webinar

Speakers

 Rafał Ostrowski
Rafał Ostrowski
Journalist, Eurobuild CEE
 Alex Hayes
Alex Hayes
Journalist, EurobuildCEE
 Dieter V. Knittel
Dieter V. Knittel
Head of CEE Real Estate Finance International, Pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank
 Sean Doyle
Sean Doyle
Head of Investment Properties CEE, CBRE
 Tomas Picha
Tomas Picha
Senior Director of Transactions - Central & Eastern Europe, INVESCO REAL ESTATE
 Nebil Senman
Nebil Senman
Managing Partner, Griffin Real Estate

Current events Eurobuild Conferences

The 17th CEE Warehouse & Logistics Conference

The 17th CEE Warehouse & Logistics Conference

October 21st, 2021, The Westin Warsaw, Warsaw
At the end of last yearʼs warehouse conference, we were left wondering whether the booming market in the region would withstand the impact of the coronavirus and the expected economic downturn. Since then, itʼs become clear that warehouses have emerged from all the subsequent lockdowns as one of the few winners – both in terms of the leasing market and ...