Making a real estate investment decision has never been affected by as many uncertainties as it is now. Rising interest rates, inflation, increasing construction costs, supply chain interruptions, political tensions caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the changing geo-political landscape, climate change and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – the list of challenges is growing. And in Italy, national elections may further change the investment environment for real estate.
DLA Piper’s Quo Vadis Italy conference will offer a unique view on how international and national investors, asset managers and developers see the current investment climate, including how the change in government will affect the Italian real estate market.
In collaboration with:
Conference 2:30pm – 7pm CET
Reception 7pm – 8pm CET
The event will be in-person only.
No streaming services will be provided.
For more information contact DLA Piper Italy Events.
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Equity Group Investments
Sam Zell is the Chairman of Equity Group Investments (EGI), the private investment firm he founded more than 40 years ago. The firm's investments span industries and continents and include interests in finance, energy, transportation, communications, health care and real estate. Mr. Zell is recognized as a founding father of today's public real estate industry after creating three of the largest REITs in history.
He is also Founder and Chairman of Equity International, a private investment firm focused on building real estate-related businesses in international emerging markets. Mr. Zell has been particularly active in bringing Equity International's companies to the public markets.
Three of these investments are listed on the New York Stock Exchange: Gafisa, a leading homebuilder in Brazil; Xinyuan, a fast-growing regional homebuilder in China; and Homex, Mexico's leading homebuilder. A fourth, BR Malls, Brazil's largest retail property owner and operator, is listed on the Bovespa.
Hotel Magna Pars
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