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SECONDARY SHOPPING CENTRES – IDENTIFYING THE WINNERS

Wednesday, 13th November 2013 from 11:00 am to 11:45 am

Panel Oxford room Retail & Cities

A limited stock of increasingly expensive prime shopping centres is forcing investors to consider good secondary assets. But what is a good secondary shopping centre and when is the right time for investors to enter the market?  An improvement in the macroeconomic environment is unlikely to deliver material rental growth or a positive yield shift in coming years so capital appreciation will be hard to come by. Is active asset management the only path to growth? Against this background, CBRE has carried out ground-breaking research in a number of European markets to identify the types of secondary shopping centre that are most likely to succeed and why. Alongside a panel of industry experts, the findings of the research will be presented and key issues debated.


 


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MOSS Neville MOSS Neville
CBRE | Director - Head of EMEA Retail Research
Neville has over 20 years experience in retail property research. He joined CBRE as Head of EMEA Retail Research in 2010. Previously he was working as a consultant and before that as Director of European Retail Research at Jones Lang LaSalle. He joined JLL from Cushman and Wakefield where he was Head of Development Research.

He has extensive experience in providing retail feasibility studies, investment research advice, tenant mix strategies and market entry strategies throughout Europe. He has also managed in-depth research publications in all these areas and is a frequent speaker at major conferences around Europe.

Neville leads the retail research agenda at CBRE and manages its global research outputs including 'How Global is the Business of Retail' and the web-based 'Understanding Retail Destinations'. In 2013 he has also managed groundbreaking research on Europe's Consumer (How We Shop - Inside the Minds of Europe's Consumers and How We Shop – The Changing Face of Europe's Consumer). Most recently he has carried out research into secondary shopping centres and the landlord's response to multichannel retailing.


About CBRE:

CBRE is the world’s premier, full-service real estate Services Company. Operating globally, the firm holds a leadership position in virtually all of the world's key business centres.
Whether it's a local, regional, national or global assignment, CBRE applies insight, experience, intelligence and resources to help clients make informed business decisions.
CBRE exists corporately in 42 countries, 332 offices with more than 37 000 employees worldwide. With partner and affiliate offices these figures increase.
CBRE offers services to owners, investors and occupiers throughout the globe. These services include strategic advice, sales, leasing, residential, property and facilities management, valuation and advisory, investment advice, investment management, asset management, project management, research and consulting.
The professional qualities of our staff, supported by our position as a global leader, are strengthened by our on-going investment in people, training and information systems.
CBRE is quoted on the NYSE, a Fortune 500 company, with revenues totalling $6.5 billion in 2012.

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