Cluttons Investment Management is partnering with the Investment Property Forum (IPF) to host an event on Tuesday 12 November at 8.30 at Portman House to discuss what will happen when LIBOR is phased out at the end of 2021. LIBOR – short for London Interbank Offered Rate - is a benchmark interest rate at which major global banks lend to one another in the international interbank market for short-term loans.
Speakers David Mortimer of ICG-Longbow and Robert Gall of Insight Investment will explore what this will mean from a technical perspective, the impact it could have on the property industry and funds, and what managers and investors should start thinking about now.
The Investment Property Forum (IPF) is an individual members organisation for those operating in the UK property investment market. It provides research, education and a forum for networking, discussion and debate to enhance the understanding and efficiency of property as an investment, including public, private, debt, equity and derivatives, for members and other interested parties, including government.
Cluttons IM is an established manager of investment property portfolios totalling around £250m. Our client base is made up of charities, educational endowments and pension funds, all of whom benefit from the income from commercial property investing for either grant giving, funding research or paying pensions.
8.30 – 10.00, Tuesday 12 November 2019
Cluttons LLP, Portman House, 2 Portman Street, London, United Kingdom, W1H 6DU