Seminars & Events

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Please check back regularly for updates to our events schedule. To learn more about these events, please e-mail Nida Sheikh.

26 January 2012
London, United Kingdom
EY Sixth Annual EMEIA Real Estate Workshop

 

Hosted by EY’s EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India and Africa) Real Estate group, this annual workshop looks at industry trends, as well as technical updates on real estate investment within the various EMEIA regions. The seminar provides you with a comprehensive industry update but also allows delegates to select focused breakout sessions on four key sub sector areas, making sure your experience is tailored to suit your interests so that you gain maximum benefit from attending.

8-9 September 2011
London, United Kingdom

EY European Construction and Infrastructure Roundtable

This unique event brings together representatives from many of the industry’s leading businesses offering an opportunity to discuss hot topics and developments whilst networking with peers. The Roundtable will be based on the theme 'Competing for Growth' which focuses on the impact and opportunities faced by businesses across the globe responding to the unprecedented challenges of the changing economy. We will pay particular attention and provide perspectives on the key issues that matter across the sector, including:

  • Consolidation across the sector;
  • The future funding of large-scale infrastructure projects; and
  • Governance and Risk Management, including emerging themes from the recently introduced UK Bribery Act.
23 June 2011
London, United Kingdom

EY Real Estate Regulatory Update

The aims of these events are to highlight recent industry developments, as well as providing you with the opportunity to meet and network with your peers, hear from experts on topics relevant to you and build on your existing knowledge base. This breakfast briefing seeks to discuss the following:

  • The wider Real Estate regulatory landscape
  • EMIR
  • Dodd Frank
  • Bribery Act
  • Solvency II
  • Basel 3
  • Disguised Remuneration
25 March 2011
London, United Kingdom

Real Estate Sustainability Services

The aim of this event is to highlight how to address risk and impact on value associated with poor environmental performance in existing real estate, as well as providing you with the opportunity to meet and network with your peers, hear from experts on topics relevant to you and build on your existing knowledge base.

This breakfast briefing seeks to identify the following:

  • Investments required to deliver operational costs savings
  • How cost savings can be leveraged to increase building value
  • How the investment and capital funding requirement could be optimally financed
  • A suitable tax efficient design to deliver increased savings
  • Assets of high risk or exposure for strategic consideration or disposal
  • Communication plan for prospective investors and shareholders to articulate approach and savings