Semiannual Market Update for Real Estate
After a record year for transactions across global real estate in 2021, will the economic headwinds of higher inflation and increasing interest rates cause investors to pause? Will central banks be forced to move interest rates sooner, and to higher levels? Beyond tapering, will the Fed move to a quantitative tightening strategy? How will this impact interest rate differentials, exchange rates, and investment returns? In this webinar, Matt and Jackie will discuss the latest developments in economics and the financial markets most relevant to real estate investors.
- Understand the key economic variables which will influence monetary policy in the US and European markets
- Assess major risk exposures in the 2022 financial markets that may affect your investment portfolio
- Gain insight into best practice risk mitigation strategies
About the speaker
Managing Partner, Board Member
Head of Europe
Real Estate | LondonJackie Bowie is a Managing Partner and Head of Chatham Europe providing guidance and strategy for the European and APAC regions, with over 25 years of financial markets expertise.
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