*** New Venue ***

Grange Holborn Hotel

London, WC1B 4AR


Investment Week is delighted to announce the return of its Property  Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday 24th June 2014 in London.

Exposure to property either directly or through securities offers investors a diversifier away from other traditional asset classes and potentially an income stream.

Both sectors have recovered and restructured since their peak in 2007 and now offer attractive geographic opportunities in addition to their growth and income potential.

But despite the sheer size of both asset classes there are still only a relatively small number of funds invested in these areas.

This early morning events allows advisers compare and contrast a number of leading property funds and hear from the fund managers about how the asset class is performing in the current economic cycle.

Delegates will hear from key figures within the property fund industry about how the asset classes are performing in the current climate and their outlooks for different sectors in 2014 and beyond.

The managers will also be discussing how property vehicles can be used effectively in clients' portfolios, especially to boost income. Funds give property increasing consideration and infrastructure investment continues to be championed by the Government; this event will be perfectly placed to help investors meet and mingle with peers, property and infrastructure experts, to hear insightful presentations and get involved in meaningful discussions.

*** Click here to reserve one of the limited places! ***

Developed exclusively for leading fund selectors and multi asset investors, this conference will give delegates the chance to:

  • Build valuable relationships with professionals alike during the breakfast and networking session
  • Expert insight from three leading fund managers
  • Networking opportunities to share your thoughts with speakers and delegates
  • Exclusive access - the event is by invitation only

This event is free to attend, but subject to fulfilling the qualification criteria.