HPN and Allsop property breakfast, 8th March 20179th January 2017
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Hamlins Property Network (HPN) are partnering with Allsop for their next property breakfast on 8th March 2017. We are delighted to welcome guest speaker Richard Tice of Quidnet Capital who will explain how he thinks the new U.S. President Donald Trump will impact the UK property market. We hope you can join us for what promises to be a lively debate.
Wednesday 8th March 2017, 8.15 – 10.00 am
The Regent Street Cinema
London, W1B 2HW
8.15 am Breakfast & Networking
8.45 am Presentation and Q&A
9.30 am Further networking and Close
If you are part of the network or have received an email invitation please register using the registration form below. Otherwise, if you are unknown to Hamlins and would like to attend the event please contact Gemma Vernon at email@example.com
Richard Tice, CEO Quidnet Capital
Richard has a strong track record of judging market cycles. He ran FTSE 250 listed multi-national property company, CLS Holdings PLC as CEO 2010 – 2014 where he tripled the share price and acquired over £220 million of property at the bottom of the market. Richard was a prominent informed Brexit campaigner who writes regularly for Property Week and has appeared on BBC Question Time.
Hamlins Property Network
The Hamlins Property Network (HPN) is an informal body comprised of clients of the firm and fellow property sector professionals. We hold regular events to facilitate networking with likeminded people and to offer you the opportunity to hear interesting, thought provoking speakers.
Allsop is an independent property consultancy with a market-leading reputation for high quality service and integrity. To many people we are best-known as the UK’s largest and most successful property auction house but our reach is considerably wider.