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MIPIM 2018

March 13-16 | Palais des Festivals, Cannes

MIPIM 2018



MIPIM, the world’s leading property event, brings together the most influential real estate professionals to gain key insights into the latest property trends and opportunities.

Find out how we can build advantage for your business by exploring our thought-leadership and client case studies, or contact one of our globally connected experts. All of whom share the same objective: delivering exceptional outcomes for our clients.


Events and CBRE Speakers


Thinkers & Leaders - Writing New Urban Rules

Speaker: Amanda Clack, Head of Strategic Consulting
Date: Tuesday 13 March
Timing: 14:30 - 16:00
Venue: Grand Auditorium, Palais des Festivals

Global Investment Forum 
Host: Jonny Hull and Nick Axford
Date: Wednesday 14 March
Timing: 08:15 - 09:45
Venue: Majestic Barriere Hotel

EG Tech Talk Session: The Ultimate Guide to Start-Up Collaboration
Speaker: Thomas Herr, EMEA Head of Digital Innovation
Date: Wednesday 14 March
Timing: 10:00 - 12:00
Venue: Audi K, Palais des Festivals

London: A Special City in a World of Cities
Speaker: Chris Brett, Head of International Capital Markets
Date: Wednesday 14 March 
Timing: 15:15 - 16:00
Venue: World Tends Room

The British Property Federation Panel: Housing - the modern way
Speaker: Amanda Clack, Head of Strategic Consulting
Date: Wednesday 14 March
Timing: 17:00 - 17:50
Venue: Palais des Festivals

A full list of delegate contact information can be found in our Little Green Book.
CBRE Delegates

Latest Research

Global Real Estate Market Outlook 2018

In addition to macroeconomics, this report explores six key global themes:        • Capital Markets: Corporate acquisitions will continue to shape the investment market in 2018                                                                                          • Pricing: Overall, cap rates will largely be stable globally in 2018, supported by positive investor sentiment and capital availability                                            • Office: Leasing fundamentals are positive; constrained by tight labour supply                                                                                                                      • Retail: Buoyant consumer confidence is driving retail demand                          • Industrial & Logistics: E-commerce continues to drive strong industrial and logistics demand                                                                                                        • Multifamily: Multifamily is the star performer of the U.S. commercial property market

Global Rent and Capital Value Indices MarketView Q3 2017

The global economy picked up speed in Q3 2017 with above-trend growth in Europe, the United States and Japan. Oxford Economics forecasts that global economic growth now will accelerate to 3.6% in 2017 and 3.8% in 2018, from 3.2% in 2016. Global rent and capital values recorded further growth in Q3 2017 across all property types. Retail rents grew by 0.5% quarter over quarter after declining in the previous four quarters. Capital values continued to grow faster than rents, with the industrial sector advancing the most.

Global Investment ViewPoint - How Much Real Estate? October 2017

What is the value of the investable real estate stock in key global cities? This question is relevant to investors pursuing a global diversification strategy focused on core real estate in global cities. This ViewPoint presents the first-ever globally consistent estimates of real estate market size at the city level—utilizing the OECD’s Functional Urban Area measurement of city size. The report also examines the relationship between real estate market size and real estate investment flows.                                                                                                      Among cities with a minimum threshold of $10 billion real estate investment inflow by year, London, New York and Dallas attract a significantly higher level of investment relative to their market size, according to CBRE Research. These are super-liquid markets. By contrast, Tokyo, which stands out as the world’s single largest real estate market, attracts less investment than its market size would suggest, indicating unlocked investment potential.

Europe Real Estate Market Outlook 2018

The CBRE 2018 Europe Real Estate Market Outlook provides insight on the key trends our experts think will affect the European property industry over the next 12 months.                                                                                                              Key takeaways:                                                                                                        • Positive economic environment for most of Europe through 2018 to 2019        • The prospect of higher long-term interest rates will start to pose a challenge to property pricing                                                                                                  • Continued strong growth in assets under management will put pressure on investors to deploy capital                                                                                        • Another strong year for office-based employment growth in 2018                • Growth in appetite for flexible offices will permeate across European markets                                                                                                                        • Retailers increasingly focused on getting their city strategy correct. This will support rental growth at the prime end of the market                                              • Very strong demand growth has cut the availability of large-scale modern space, producing capacity constraints in some of the main European logistic hubs. Coupled with strong e-commerce relate growth this will support further rental increase                                                                                                          • The evolution of the residential sector will be supported by the sheer quantity of capital available for real estate investment in 2018, increasingly through development in order to build scale                                                                        • Stock shortages and premium pricing in gateway cities for the hotel sector will encourage investors to look further afield at secondary and niche opportunities                                                                                                            • A key feature in 2018 will be operator consolidation across Europe in the alternatives sector. This will present real estate investors with new partnership opportunities as well as enhancing covenant strength

Ahead of the Curve

One piece of economic news went relatively unnoticed in the lead-up to the Fed’s December rate-hike decision: South Korea’s central bank, the Bank of Korea—often considered a bellwether of interest rates in Asia—had already raised its benchmark rate at the end of November.

Borough by Borough

London has 33 very distinct boroughs, each with its own individual character, which attract a range of residents. In this, the third annual CBRE Borough by Borough report, we provide an overview of these boroughs from a housing market perspective. We look at a range of metrics that are of interest to those living, or thinking of living in the area and offer a brief overview or highlight of the borough.

Global Living

In the third edition of the ‘Global Living’ report, we examine the unique characteristics of the world’s major cities and how these have evolved over the past year or so. From Shanghai to Paris, New York to Tokyo and London to Madrid, we have criss-crossed the globe to bring you a snapshot of the residential property markets in 29 global cities, chosen for their world prominence, promise and interest.

Proximity Premium

Our latest research has revealed that properties in central London close to world class amenities achieve a 52% price premium above the wider borough average.

London - The Property Perspective Q4 2017

Our quarterly report has just launched and features our unrivalled market analysis and outlook for the Office, Retail, Residential and Hotels sectors. It also includes our Global City feature, this quarter focusing on Los Angeles and our new London Boroughs feature, focusing on the Old Kent Road area.

Life Sciences

One of London’s key assets is the diversity of its economy. Following the last recession, London’s technology sector experienced phenomenal growth firmly anchoring the city as Europe’s leading hub. It seems London is on the cusp of further diversification and growth, and this time it is the life sciences sector that is thriving.                                                                                                            London has always had a well-established life sciences cluster centred on its world class universities and research institutions. However, a fortuitous combination of emerging global trends, new technologies and discoveries, and the recent opening of the Francis Crick Institute provide a scale and momentum that should drive the sector’s rapid expansion.                                                    This report assesses the growth potential of London’s life sciences sector and what this means for the property industry.

CBI

The CBI has partnered with CBRE to launch the London Business Survey. This survey provides an up-to-the-minute barometer of London business sentiment and asks topical questions on priorities for the London Mayor and issues such as housing and wider infrastructure.                                                                        As the UK’s future relationship with the European Union hangs over the capital’s businesses, firms view the tech and creative sectors as fundamental to London’s future prosperity.

Key Contacts

Jonathan Hull Headshot
Jonathan Hull
Managing Director, EMEA, Investment Properties
Capital Markets
+44 20 7182 2706
Adam Hetherington
Adam Hetherington
Managing Director
London
+4420 7182 2000