More than 320 participants have already been confirmed, representing 200 different entities, who will be present at the Hotel Palácio Estoril today and tomorrow (September 18 and 19). 53% are foreign, and 47% are Portuguese. Highlight to the presence of traditional investment houses, family offices, private equity, pension funds, real estate funds, REIT's, insurers or investment banks, or leaders in the areas of promotion, hotel, consulting, investment management, law or architecture.
The first day focuses on the theme of Portugal's international competitiveness in attracting talents and how it can be an opportunity for the real estate sector. Aside the economic fundamentals, will be given attention to the positioning and strategies of the cities of Lisbon and Oporto - with the presence of Ricardo Valente, councilor of the Economy of the Oporto City Hall, and Paulo Soeiro, municipal director of Economy and Innovation of the Lisbon City Hall-, such as the vision of start-ups and shared services that are choosing Portuguese cities, including representatives of Natixis, BNP Paribas, Fujitsu and Factory.
On the second day of work, the core program addresses the topics of the new economy and new products in real estate, with interventions from operator in university residential areas (Round Hill Capital), work spaces (LACS) and hostels (HUB). These are followed by the parallel sessions with the subject "Where and How to Invest" and which aim to provide a more detailed and cross-sectional perspective on real estate market indicators.
Know the full agenda of the Portugal Real Estate Summit here.