- January 12, 2021 at 3 p.m. GMT
- 60 minutes
- On Demand
SummaryPlease join our webinar where the Social Housing team at Chatham will discuss the key themes relevant to housing associations as we enter 2021.
- Market and economic outlook
- Housing association credit risk
- Banking update
- Capital markets overview
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