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Leading figures from the real estate world – Nick Leslau, from investment adviser Prestbury; Morgan Garfield, Founder and Managing Director of Ellandi LLP; and David Phythian, Head of UK Corporate Real Estate at HSBC – will join us on Tuesday 24 January to take part in a Q&A discussion on some of the opportunities and challenges that the next 12 months might hold for the real estate sector.
Uncertainty and volatility featured strongly following the vote to leave the EU on 23 June. Yet, in contrast, we also saw an increase in new foreign investors entering the market to take advantage. We will debate whether underlying market trends have in fact not changed, and whether Brexit has only accelerated trends that were already present before the referendum.
Over six months has now passed since the UK took the decision to leave the European Union (EU) so now is a good time to take stock of the impact this will have, or has had, in employment law and what the practical implications may be for human resources professionals.
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