Following the UK budget from Chancellor Rishi Sunak and the Bank of England’s hotly anticipated Monetary Report Publication.
Banking on the Future 2.0
2021 is the year of possibility; businesses and wider society are motivated to look forward, grow and find success. Brexit, Covid-19 and 2020 have had a major impact on real estate and the economy, but opportunities have risen following injected optimism fuelled by vaccines, stamp duty holiday and a Brexit deal.
After the colossal success of deverellsmith’s flagship virtual event partnering with Bank of England and Knight Frank in September, Banking on the Future 1.0 – a forecast on the UK Residential Market and British Economy – which yielded over 1,000 attendees across the property industry, deverellsmith has confirmed a second event to take place on Thursday 25th March at 10.30am.
The virtual event follows the UK budget from Chancellor Rishi Sunak and the Bank of England’s hotly anticipated Monetary Report Publication. The air date is conveniently 1-week before the End of Financial Year and should provide a unique and highly qualified perspective on the challenges and opportunities of the year ahead.
Bank of England Economist, Rob Elder, will talk on behalf of the bank to offer an exclusive analysis of the market and future trends shaping the economy. Joining Rob on the panel are two high-profile real estate pioneers: Kate Davies, CEO of Notting Hill Genesis, and Liam Bailey, Global Head of Research of Knight Frank.
The session will explore:
- The impact of the 2020 pandemic on the real estate market and British economy as a whole.
- Potential implications for businesses across investment, development, construction, management, and sales/lettings.
- Our keynote real estate speakers will offer a detailed perspective on the global property markets.
- The impact on construction and housebuilding legislation and incentives announced to potentially grow the sector.
- Immediate impact post-Brexit, how it can potentially affect the real estate sector and supply chains to construction and development.
- Potential implications of budgets on overseas and external investment and how it could affect banks and institutions lending to businesses. Will the budget encourage investment to the real estate sector?
The webinar will take place on Thursday 25th March at 10:30am – 11.30am GMT. As this is a digital event, there are no restrictions on capacity, so please feel free to share this invitation with anyone you feel it could benefit within your organisation.