[Korean Webinar] Global economy outlook and prospects for London, New York and other major European & US cities for real estate investment decisions

Oxford Economics has an unparalleled reputation for understanding economics and its application to real estate investment decisions. We have been analysing developments in the major Western economies and its principal centres for over 40 years, with a large team of over professional 250 economists.

In the current environment, there is renewed interest by investors and others in both commercial and residential property opportunities in London, New York and other major European and US cities. With the worst of the Pandemic probably behind us in the US and UK, in part due the successful vaccination programmes, and to a lesser extent in Europe, there are now clear signs of incipient economic recovery. With The new Biden presidency in the US, the settling of most Brexit issues in the UK plus enhanced policy support generally, there is a window of opportunity for real estate investors. We can help you understand these opportunities, together with assessing the attendant risks.

We are holding a webinar at 2:30 pm KST on 10th May on this subject and the webinar will be held in Korean language. The experts on the subject will be:

Adam Slater, Lead Economist, on The outlook for the US, UK and Eurozone economy post pandemic, Brexit and related policy issues.

Richard Holt, Head of Global Cities Research, on The implications for New York, London and other major commercial centres.

The session will last no more than 45 minutes, including time for the speakers to answer participants’ questions.

  • APAC Monday 10th May | 14:30 KST (held in Korean language)

*Sessions in English are here.

Adam Slater
Adam Slater

Lead Economist

Adam Slater

Adam Slater

Lead Economist

Adam Slater | Lead Economist

Adam Slater is a senior economist at Oxford Economics, responsible for contributing to and helping to communicate Oxford Economics’ global macroeconomic view, including writing for and helping edit regular publications. He has a particular interest in developments in financial markets, and a specific forecast interest in the Japanese economy. He is also involved in Oxford Economics’ work on a variety of consultancy projects.

Richard Holt

Head of Global Cities Research

Richard Holt

Head of Global Cities Research

Richard Holt |Head of Global Cities Research

Richard is Head of Global Cities Research, with responsibility for developing Oxford Economics’ in-depth knowledge of city and regional economies, globally. Richard contributes to both our regular city forecast services and to our consultancy offer, leading major assignments for private and public sector clients. Richard has worked as an economist in London, Birmingham and New York, for the Confederation of British Industry, in the City of London for Scrimgeour Kemp-Gee, for Experian and for Capital Economics.

[Host] Alan Dalgleish

Founder of Asian Property Intelligence

[Host] Alan Dalgleish

Founder of Asian Property Intelligence

[Host] Alan Dalgleish | Founder of Asian Property Intelligence

Alan is the founder of Asian Property Intelligence and was previously Chief Executive of ANREV, a not-for-profit association for investors in unlisted real estate, which counted as its members some of the largest real estate investors and managers in the world. He has over 30 years of experience in real estate markets in the Asia Pacific region and an extensive senior-level business network.

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