PIE e DTZ lanciano il “London/Paris Asia Capital Club”

Property Investor Europe (PIE) and international real estate advisor DTZ are pleased to announce the launch of Asia Capital Club, a closed-door discussion event to be held in London and Paris three times annually. It will review and evaluate Asian, particularly Chinese investment capital targeting European real estate, and bring these decisionmakers together with leading players offering knowledge, experience and asset opportunities across Europe.
The PIE/DTZ Asia Capital Club offers confidentiality so that sponsors and their European or Asian guests can freely discuss rewards, opportunities and risks in European real estate outside the public spotlight. The two lead sponsors will release the main conclusions from each meeting in a closing communiqué but will not cite detailed, attributable opinion. Asian guests will also be invited to give their views and highlight their goals in a lively in-the-round information exchange punctuated by statements from Lead and Premium sponsors.
PIE will invite selected institutions to support this important forum and provide specialist input especially in the investment management, banking, legal and financial service/audit sectors. Premium sponsors will also be encouraged to invite Asian guests to participate. Delegate entry will be offered to Property Investor Europe subscribers and active DTZ clients for a specific period before being opened to a broader audience, should places still be available.
Paul Boursican, DTZ Head of International Capital Markets, EMEA said: “The wave of Asian capital is now about to break over European real estate, and so far we have only seen the tip of the iceberg. Asian enthusiasm for US and European real estate will bring in very large investment sums and significantly modify the dynamics of our markets. It will first impact core-prime-trophy assets in New York and London, but I expect it to spread across a wide spectrum of European real estate and geographies. Market intelligence is absolutely key in this situation.”
Added PIE Managing Editor Allan Saunderson: “The speed of change in European real estate has accelerated in the last 12 months, now that euro and sovereign worries are fading. The time is right for PIE to introduce a new model into our event program to discuss in a closed-door setting probably the most important theme in European real estate today. We are delighted to work with DTZ in the Asia Capital Club and make a major contribution to bridging the large transparency gap between East and West.”
Source : DTZ