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Healthcare Real Estate
April 26th, 2017
Wellcome Collection, London
About the Event
Coming after MIPIM and with an outstanding line up of speakers and 3 themed panels, this half day seminar offers an overview of healthcare as an asset class as well as a unique opportunity to learn about healthcare real estate as a provider and investor:
- Opportunities in NHS property
- REITs and investors as landlords
- Healthcare real estate financing, including ground rents, development funding and construction
Our lead sponsor, Welltower, is the recognized leader in providing consistent, low-cost capital to fund health care infrastructure and real estate. Our executive sponsors are Knight Frank, the leading advisors on healthcare property and Coutts & Co, the leading wealth manager and specialist healthcare lender. Our keynote speaker Sir Robert Naylor (known in the sector as Bob the Builder) is the government tsar for NHS property and estates. We will have providers owned by REITs, lawyers who structure the leases, advisors who sell property and banks that finance it, all speaking about how deals are structured including recent ground rent deals, what pricing is, how construction is working and the impact on operators of selling their brick and mortar. In addition, we will look more broadly at the NHS property estate and other active parts of the market including primary care, extra care and the hospital sector.