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Italia GRI

19th - 20th October

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Stefano KellerItalyFrancesco MolinariUnited KingdomGiovanna Della PostaItalyAudrey KleinUnited KingdomUmberto TrussoniItalyGabriele GiorgiUnited KingdomAlessio LucentiniItalyMario CostaItaly + 40
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As the real estate market moves to adapt to a new normal, post COVID recovery; what opportunities for buying, repositioning and selling should we expect for Italian commercial and residential assets? Will we see a gold rush of international equity and debt investors race for distress or will there be a lack of quality product outside of Milan? Does the risk/reward appetite make sense and what assets might prove resilient in the long term?

Now in its 8th year, participants find the discovery process for sourcing deal flow is most advantageous by welcoming domestic and international Private Equity Investors, Fund Managers, Debt Funds, NPL Buyers, LP’s Developers, Asset Owners, Operators and Lenders invested across all Italian regions and asset classes. They will engage in a series of informal roundtables where everyone can participate, and navigate the current challenges presented by demand, purchasing and future trends.

Plenary Discussion
The Investment Cycle
 
Opportunistic and Value Add Strategies
What’s new, what’s staying the same?
Keynote Discussion
Generation Post COVID
What are the macro economic drivers?
 
Breakout Discussions
Innovation & Proptech
Necessary to meet tenant demands post lockdown life?
Post Covid Recovery
Rational valuations or still underwriting in the dark?
Raising & Allocating Capital
Equity is king, where’s the debt?
Logistics
Manage to core or still waiting to compete with Europe hotspots?
 
Offices
Obsolete space and low yields, how to survive?
Development Deals & Urban Agenda
Risky business?
Hospitality
Operators  key to unlocking recovery or acquisitions only way back?
Retail is Dead, Long Live e-Commerce!
Price effective solutions for the asset class  (TBM)
Some of the past edition participants

Agenda

Tuesday, October 19th 2021
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05:00pm - 06:00pm
The Investment Cycle
 
Wednesday, October 20th 2021
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10:00am - 11:00am
Generation Post COVID
What are the macro economic drivers?
 
11:30am - 12:30pm
Innovation & Proptech
Necessary to meet tenant demands post lockdown life?
  • Demographic Drivers
  • ESG - Optimising values in portfolios
  • Role of Data Capture To Better Cater For Occupier Needs in the Built Environment
  • Impact of Digitalization & AI On Future Demand & Design
Post Covid Recovery
Rational valuations or still underwriting in the dark?
  • Valuations vs Value - How to get rational pricing back?
  • Duff and Phelps to lead
  • Role of the lender in recovery
01:30pm - 02:30pm
Raising & Allocating Capital
Equity is king, where’s the debt?
  • Foreign Capital - Value add and opportunistic makes sense?
  • Turning risks into opportunities
  • Lenders role?
  • Debt and Equity
  • Foreign capital injection in Italy, what are the requests?
Logistics
Manage to core or still waiting to compete with Europe hotspots?
 
Offices
Obsolete space and low yields, how to survive?
  • Smartworking and world after covid: how office and retail might be affected
  • Flight to core, value add repositioning or flex are key
  • New needs, less space, more product diversification?
  • Tech in offices
03:15pm - 04:15pm
Development Deals & Urban Agenda
Risky business?
  • Reshaping & Rethinking The City of Milan
  • Public & Private Sector Partnerships
  • Milan 2026 (winter olympic games) - Building a legacy, placemaking, but what long term effects for the economy?
  • Key Demand Drivers To Consider For The Long Term 
Hospitality
Operators  key to unlocking recovery or acquisitions only way back?
  • Governments moves?
  • Local vs global coexistence?
Retail is Dead, Long Live e-Commerce!
Price effective solutions for the asset class  (TBM)
  • Retail meets eCommerce - Bright future?
  • Shopping Centres & Mixed Use
04:45pm - 05:45pm
Opportunistic and Value Add Strategies
What’s new, what’s staying the same?
  • Finding Value - Defense, resilience and risk curve strategies
  • Race for Trophy Assets - True resilience or overpricing?
  • Transactions & Dealflow Activity - Even spread or rush on Milan?
  • Opportunistic Investments, Special Situations & Risk

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