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Futures of Cities Futures of Cities

Join us for a virtual event on Tuesday, 17 May between 8:30- 10:00hrs (GMT+1) to find out what our experts views are on the future of living in cities such as Dublin. 

Hosted by Aidan Gavin and moderated by Ian Guider, columnist at Business Post External Link and former presenter at Newstalk.
The Future of Living event will feature discussions with our global experts, specialising in specialist sector capital markets including multi-family, student accommodation and senior living will discuss their vision for the future of global urban living and what this means for cities of the future.
Our team will also discuss the debt markets in these sectors and the challenges and opportunities therein. 

 

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AGENDA

 

Introduction from Host

Aidan Gavin, Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield Ireland


Presentation 1:

Overview of Future of Living

Susan Tjarksen, Managing Director Strategic Multifamily Capital Markets

 

First Panel Discussion:

From Co-Living to Senior Living - How will we Live in Cities of the Future

Patrick Hogan, Head of Residential & Specialist Sector Capital Markets
Susan Tjarksen, Managing Director Strategic Multifamily Capital Markets
Andrew Smith, Head of Student Accommodation
Amy King, Head of Senior Living

 

Presentation 2:

Raising Capital

Maud Visschedijk, Head of Debt & Structured Finance EMEA

 

Second Panel Discussion:

Investing in the Living Sector - The Opportunities and the Challenges

Stephen Screene, Head of EMEA Living
Maud Visschedijk, Head of Debt & Structured Finance EMEA
Aidan Gavin, Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield Ireland

 

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