Monday 10 May 2021
The Long End of the Curve - how the prospect of rising interest rates will impact real estate investment
This webinar session is successfully held on 10 May 2021.
At this event, William Nixon of Goldman Sachs gave us an update on the global economic situation, including a discussion on fiscal and monetary settings, the Australian outlook and recent movements in fixed income markets.
JLL’s Andrew Ballantyne followed on to discuss sector thematics in global real estate markets and recent pricing trends.
Both Andrew and William joiedn a panel session moderated by Carmen Hawkey of Nuveen Real Estate , to further unpack these observations.
16.30 Welcome and introduction
16.35 Keynote presentations
17.15 Panel discussion
Live in Sydney - 16.15 - 19.30 (AEDT)
Webinar - 16.30 - 18.00 (AEDT)
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Carmen works in the Asia Pacific commercial real estate debt platform at Nuveen Real Estate, with a focus on deal execution, loan management and portfolio reporting.
Carmen has 6 years' experience in real estate having worked in the Treasury teams at Mirvac and Lendlease, specialising in funding for a range of borrowers and in various sectors, most recently sourcing construction finance for tradtional real estate sectors - residential and office.
Carmen holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business Management from Cardiff University (UK).
Andrew is the Head of Research for Australia. He is responsible for leading JLL's thought leadership program, providing strategic advice to clients and JLL business lines and managing the Australian research team.
Andrew is an experienced industry analyst with over fifteen years experience. He has worked in both Australia and the UK across the real estate and logistics industry sectors.
William Nixon is a Vice President in the Macro Research group at Goldman Sachs, where he is responsible for covering the Australian and New Zealand economies. He writes on a variety of themes, including Australia's housing market, fiscal policy and monetary policy. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, William worked as a senior analyst at the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Australian Treasury. He graduated from the University of Melbourne with an Honours degree in Economics.