|Event Date||Wed May 26 EDT - Thu May 27 EDT (5 months ago)|
The real estate sector begins to show signs of improvement, since the second half of 2020 there have been signs of recovery in some segments, mainly due to pressure from private initiative to initiate the economic reactivation of Central America and the Dominican Republic (CARD) and in general terms a rebound is expected in late 2021 and early 2022, to reach pre-crisis figures in 2023-2024, and in some countries until 2025. Participate in our Central America & The Caribbean Real Estate Finance & Investments eSummit To delve into the role that banking institutions and investment funds play as key in the economic development of the real estate sector, join us to learn what banking institutions are doing to support both end consumers and developer groups, to identify which is the current appetite for foreign investment in the region and to look for alternatives to continue promoting the arrival of international groups that help the economic reactivation of the region.
How these investment vehicles can accelerate the growth of the sector in Central America and the Caribbean:
• What are they and how do they work?
• Legal framework (Regulations).
• Objectives of real estate investment funds.
• Advantages for investors.
• Obstacles and risk mitigation.
• Advantages for real estate developers.
• Investment return expectations.
• Regionalization of real estate funds - What objectives are pursued?
General Manager, Acobo Financial Group
Partner, Panama Real Estate Development Fund
Jaime Ubilla Carro
Managing Director, Improsa SAFI
CEO, MTY fiber
Investment Banking Director, MMG Bank Corporation
Aida Michelle Maduro
President, ASSOCIATION OF FREE ZONES OF PANAMA
Executive Vice President, Karim's Group
Maria Camila Moreno
Executive Director, AZFA - Association of Free Zones
Deputy General Manager, Banco Promerica Costa Rica
Maria Jose Sosa
Director of housing, G&T Continental
GLOBE ECLUB PARTNER:
• International Workplace Group
CLUB PARTNERS LATAM:
• Banco Sabadell