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MIPIM 2013 Passages to Africa: South Africa and its neighbouring markets

  • Discover the key content you may have missed at MIPIM 2013!
    • Speakers
    • Phil Tily, Managing Director, IPD UK & Ireland, IPD
    • Carlo Matta, CEO, Laurus Development Partners
    • Arnold Meyer, Authority on Real Estate and Urbanization in Africa
    • Dr Sedise Moseneke, President, SAPOA
    • Samuel Ogbu, CEO, Liberty Properties

    Many African nations are now starting to see economic growth of the same magnitude as that witnessed in Asia through the last decade. But how can real estate investors access this growth?
    Africa has been largely off-limits for European mainstream investors up to now. Does this reflect a lack of transparency and product in the investment markets, and if so how can this be overcome? Do you have to be a developer to get into the market?

    South Africa is a well-established real estate investment market with professional business services and relatively high levels of transparency. But how soon will the standards it has set be matched elsewhere on the continent?

    What does the evidence on the recent performance of African markets show? Where are the bright spots, where has proved less exciting and where remains shrouded in darkness?

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