November 25th, 2020
Warsaw, Rondo Daszyńskiego 2 , Crowne Plaza Warsaw - The HUB

This would have been another great year for the Polish property market if it hadn’t been for a word beginning with ‘C’. No matter how tired we are with the current restrictions and how much we would like to wipe the first half of the year from our memories and budgets, the spectre of the disease is still spooking the markets and continues to have a considerable effect on decisions taken to acquire, lease or build. How are the best players on the market dealing with the situation?
Let’s find out – and let’s also meet old friends, swap stories of the last few months and get to know the forecasts of the experts, who for the last quarter of a century have regularly attended Eurobuild’s annual conference.
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Agenda

Conference

Day 1
25.11.2020
8:30
8:30
Registration and welcome coffee
9:00
9:00
The opening of the conference
9:05
Opening presentation
9:05
Opening economic presentation (Opening presentation)
9:30
Discussion
9:30
The investment market: going into standby mode. (Discussion)

The coronavirus has resulted in many investments and transactions being put on hold, as developers and investors have adopted a wait and see approach. The virus has also turned the ranking of the most attractive segments on its head. Despite all of this, acquisitions that had already begun and construction projects are being completed more or less without disruption, while the investment figures for the year actually look to be quite decent. Which sectors and markets have grown in popularity and which have lost out? What about yields? When will everything return to normal? And what exactly does ‘normal’ now mean anyway? 

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10:10
Discussion
10:10
The PRS market: huge profits or a major headache? (Discussion)

Even with plummeting numbers of foreign tourists and most students studying at home, developers and rental apartment landlords have taken on a nonchalant air. What is  the true condition of the PRS market? 

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10:50
Sparring
10:50
Retail sparring: landlord vs. tenant (Sparring)

The lockdown hit the large format retail space market hard, but the sector is now bouncing back off the bottom and footfall in shopping centres is growing from week to week. How has the pandemic transformed the landlord and tenant relationship?

11:20
11:20
Coffee break
11:50
Presentation
11:50
Tax revolution for real estate (Presentation)

The Polish Ministry of Finance has been tightening up the tax system – by increasing the tax obligations for real estate companies, granting limited partnerships the status of income tax payers, limiting the options for settling losses and reducing depreciation rates, among other aspects of the tax law that it is putting under the magnifying glass. What, when, how and for whom will things change in 2021?

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12:20
Discussion
12:20
The office market: new fertile ground – but not necessarily in Warsaw (Discussion)

The office market in the regions is flourishing, where coworking centres and serviced offices are popping up like mushrooms after the rain. On the other hand, we have been hearing about renegotiations of large pre-lease contracts, as Covid forces many tenants into revising their development plans. Are we seeing a permanent shift in relations on the office market? 

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13:00
Discussion
13:00
The hotel market: how it can crawl out from under the bed (Discussion)

The segment has been balancing on the edge for the past half year due to restrictions placed on tourists and business travellers. Fortunately, the summer saw the sector bounce back and holidays in Poland are seeing a revival. How are hotels and developers coping in these difficult times? And have investors completely lost their appetites? 

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13:40
Discussion
13:40
The warehousing market: the new star in the sky (Discussion)

There’s one market segment where the virus increased temperatures but everyone actually seems happy about it. Is the boom in the warehouse market driven by rising online sales set to continue indefinitely? Will big box projects and SBUs become a permanent feature of the investment market?  

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14:20
14:20
Lunch
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Speakers

 Wojciech Rumian
Wojciech Rumian
Vice President of the Management Board of Hines Polska
 Jan Trybulski
Jan Trybulski
Vice President Investments, Griffin Real Estate
 Roee Shamir
Roee Shamir
Managing Director, Aurec Capital Poland
 Justyna Bauta-Szostak
Justyna Bauta-Szostak
Legal Counsel, Tax Advisor & Partner, MDDP
 Łukasz Żelezik
Łukasz Żelezik
Executive Director, Leasing - Cavatina Holding
 Peter Chatfield
Peter Chatfield
Commercial Manager, Vastint Poland
 Marcin Sojda
Marcin Sojda
CFO, New Work
 Gheorghe Marian Cristescu
Gheorghe Marian Cristescu
Prezes Zarządu Grupy Kapitałowej Polskiego Holdingu Hotelowego
 Ireneusz  Węgłowski
Ireneusz Węgłowski
President of Chamber of Commerce of the Polish Hotel Industry (IGHP)
 Adam Konieczny MRICS
Adam Konieczny MRICS
Development Director Eastern Europe, Louvre Hotels Group
 Maciej Gaczorek
Maciej Gaczorek
Prokurent, Invest Nosalowy Dwór
 Tom Listowski
Tom Listowski
SIOR, Partner, Head of Industrial and Warehouse Department, Central and Eastern Europe, Cresa
 Hubert Rossa
Hubert Rossa
Senior Vice President Investments, Griffin Real Estate
 Jarosław Czechowicz
Jarosław Czechowicz
Country Manager Poland, GLP
 Waldemar Witczak
Waldemar Witczak
Regional Director, SEGRO
 Marek Dobrzycki
Marek Dobrzycki
Managing Director, Panattoni Europe

Registration

1 ticket
The price covers coffee breaks, lunch, conference materials, access to on-line meeting system.
990
PLN
net
2 tickets
The price covers coffee breaks, lunch, conference materials, access to on-line meeting system.
1760
PLN
net
3 tickets
The price covers coffee breaks, lunch, conference materials, access to on-line meeting system.
2500
PLN
net
1 bilet - online
Access to the entire conference
180
PLN
net
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