3rd November 2016
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The Annual Convention of Property Investment Prospects is the biggest event for the Finnish real estate business. The topics of the one and a half day seminar range from investment and financing to construction and services. The Annual Convention combines current issues and interesting presentations with efficient networking in a relaxed athmosphere. It is all about the challenges, fresh solutions and finding guidelines to the future.
The participants are executive and expert level representatives of real estate related businesses in Finland. The list of participants will be published in September 2016.
If your business involves buildings, offices, warehouses, housinf – investing, financing, providing services or using them, the Annual Convention is the only place in Finland where you have the possibility to meet all your old and new partners, cliens and competitors under the same roof.
On-site registration starts at 8:00 at the venue. Get your badge and join us for breakfast.
Moderated by Peter Nyman
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Andrew Allen, Head of Global Property Research and Strategy, Aberdeen Asset Management PLC
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Samuli Koivisto, Portfolio Manager, Bank of Finland
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