Semiannual Market Update for European Real Estate
SummaryIn this installment of Chatham’s semiannual market update webinar series for European real estate investors, we will examine current market conditions, communications from the European Central Bank and Bank of England, and IBOR transition, all within the context of the COVID-19 market.
- Gain a practical understanding of the economic drivers currently impacting today's markets.
- Gather insights on effective strategies for financial risk management.
- Understand what to expect in the coming months for IBOR transition.
About the speaker
This material has been created by Chatham Financial Europe, Ltd. and is intended for a non-U.S. audience. Chatham Financial Europe, Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom with reference number 197251.
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