Brydg to host panel discussion on future of real estate values in a post-Brexit Britain

On Tuesday 15th October, Brydg will host a panel discussion to examine the impact of the current political climate on real estate values in the short and long term.

The exclusive event — which will be held at Brydg’s HQ at Nightingale House, 65 Curzon Street, Mayfair — is for family offices and intermediaries and runs from 2.30–4.30pm.

Brydg HQ
Brydg HQ

The panel will feature Daniel Bendavid, managing director at Brydg; Nicolas Guilloteau, CIO at Spice Capital; Sebastian Deckker, director at Savills; and Edward Horn-Smith, managing director at Arc & Co. 

The discussion will be moderated by Medianett’s editor, Beth Fisher.

The debate is set to take a multi-dimensional look at the current and foreseeable real estate issues across the UK for institutional lenders and family offices, as well as brokers and borrowers.

It will also take a deep dive into which geographic areas are likely to gain, sustain and, potentially, fall, and what lending terms are likely to look like in a post-Brexit environment.

Brydg will kick off the event with a presentation of its Data, Insights, Visualisations & Analytics (DIVA) application, which provides a real-time snapshot of any UK postcode or address. 

Attendees will be able to speak directly to real estate experts who have transacted through many property cycles, specifically in prime and super prime central London.

“Today’s climate has created an environment which makes it difficult to separate signal from noise,” said Daniel.

“At Brydg, our proprietary technology provides over 300 data points on any single property, allowing us to hone in on good signals.

“This insight, coupled with our network of experienced brokers and other industry professionals, gives us a unique vantage point.

“We’re excited to host this event and share the expertise and knowledge from our distinguished panel.”

As seats are limited, please register your interest on Brydg’s website.

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