Alternative Property Forum 2019

3rd July 2019

AltFi’s second Alternative Property Forum will explore the evolving landscape of property investment, with a range of lenders, platforms and investors present. 

The originator universe spans debt to equity, fintech to non-bank lending. There are a dizzying number of investment channels available, including peer-to-peer platforms, crowdfunding sites, fund structures and bonds. 

Where are we in the property cycle? Is retail P2P property investing over? How is the Alternative Property asset class suited to volatile markets? Why is the buy to let property investment market changing? Is the broker model broken? Has the IFISA been a flop?

To help you navigate this exciting but crowded market, join us at the second Alternative Property Forum, taking place at the offices of FTI Consulting, the global business advisory firm, on 3 July 2019. 

We’ll display the best of the UK’s flourishing alternative property investment market over a morning packed full of presentations and discussion.

All ticket proceeds are in support of LandAid, the brilliant property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK.

For marketing inquiries, please contact us for a sponsorship pack.

Sessions

Welcome Address

Keynote

Commercial Real Estate lending strategies through the Property Cycle

Keynote

Rupert Clarke, Managing Director of Lipton Rogers, dives into the data from commercial real estate lending market during the last financial crash.

Safe haven: How will alternative property investments fare in volatile markets?

Panel

With Brexit abound and as we move later in both the property and credit cycles, how should investors be approaching their P2P property investments in these increasingly volatile markets?

Is the broker model broken?

Panel

In the data-driven world of digital platforms and automated investing where borrowers can go directly to dozens of platforms, is there still a place for human advice?

The IFISA 'flop'

Panel

Since being announced in 2015, the Innovative Finance ISA has struggled to take off, garnering just 31,000 new accounts last year versus 166,000 Lifetime ISAs which was announced at the same time. But is the tide turning for the IFISA? We look at the data and ask the experts.

Closing Remarks

Keynote

Sponsors

 
Sponsors
Assetz Capital
CrowdProperty
EstateGuru
 
Media Partners
FTI Consulting
LandAid
NACFB
Tech London Advocates PropTech
The Property Chronicle