Oxford Real Estate Programme

Said Business School

Said Business School

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Who should attend

We welcome participants from real estate companies, REITs, fund and wealth managers, family offices, banks, service providers and insurance/pension funds, endowments and sovereign wealth funds. This programme is suitable for senior executives, such as vice presidents, directors, chief financial officers, fund and asset managers, legal professionals and consultants.

About the course

Apply new strategic thinking to real estate investments and businesses

Real estate makes up around 50% of the world's assets and it is crucial to the success of global economies and societies.

In the turbulent global financial markets, an understanding of real estate is vital for senior executives, investors and policy makers worldwide.

During the programme, you will:

  • review the latest developments, opportunities and risks in real estate investments
  • gain an understanding of real estate user and capital markets
  • analyse technology, urbanisation, demographics, globalisation and macroeconomic trends
  • design a business case for a real estate investment and present it to potential industry funders

Participants will be from real estate companies and REITs, fund and wealth managers, family offices, banks, service providers and insurance/pension funds, endowments and sovereign wealth funds.

Benefits

To you

  • Working with Andrew Baum, the recognised academic and industry expert
  • An opportunity to re-evaluate your strategy for the next five years
  • Access to our international networks across the real estate sector

To your business

  • Reinvigorated leaders with a clearer business vision
  • Insights into emerging market challenges from experts
  • Building working relationships with other key players on the programme

Programme outline

Day one

  • The evolving real estate universe
  • Building a global portfolio: the NPF case
  • Asset allocation and the Queen's College case
  • Property walking tour of Oxford

Day two

  • Economics and the occupier markets: the Jamestown case
  • Pricing and managing property assets: Wilson street case
  • Real estate debt
  • Real estate debt: the three towers case

Day three

  • Real estate megaforces and proptech
  • REITs and real estate funds
  • LPs and GPs: developments in asset management – Professor Ludo Phalippou
  • Developments in private equity funds – Professor Ludo Phalippou
  • How have real estate funds performed?
  • Discussion panel: GP and LP relationships
  • Designing a real estate fund: group work

Day four

  • Real estate and infrastructure development – Dr Atif Ansar
  • Real estate development: 22 Bishopsgate – Yair Ginor
  • International real estate investing – Professor Andrew Baum
  • International real estate investing: the Ankara case
  • Designing a real estate fund: group work

Day five

  • Designing a real estate fund: group work
  • Fund presentations: investor fund members
  • Conclusions: building a global portfolio, NPF case revisited
  • Programme close

Experts

Ludovic Phalippou

Ludovic Phalippou is an Associate Professor of Finance at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, who specialises in private equity. His research papers have been cited more than 1,000 times according to Google scholar, presented in over 50 university seminars around the world, downloaded ove...

Andrew Baum

Professor Andrew Baum is chairman of Property Funds Research, a real estate consulting and research business, chairman of Newcore Capital Management, a fund manager, and advisor to several other real estate organisations including CBRE Global Investors, Redevco and Ashby Capital. Hired as the fi...

Yair Ginor

Yair Ginor is an equity partner and Director of Lipton Rogers Developments (LRD). Prior to LRD’s founding in early 2014 he was Development Director at Chelsfield. Over the past decade Yair was responsible for delivering some of London’s largest and most complex development projects with a combi...

Sabina Kalyan

Sabina is a real estate economist with twenty years’ experience. For the past 11 years she has been at CBRE Global Investors, first as European and now as Global Head of Strategy and Research. In this role, Sabina is responsible for CBREGI’s proprietary global real estate forecasting process, an...

Russell Chaplin

Russell is recognised as a thought leader in real estate investment, having started his career as a lecturer in land economy at the University of Cambridge in the 1990's, later becoming Chief Investment Officer for over £20 billion of real estate across Europe. Russell is known for challenging a...

Paul Kennedy

Paul is an investment strategist and asset allocator with a particular interest in private markets. Over the last 25 years he has worked with a diverse range of investors on both local and global strategies, initially with a focus on real estate and latterly covering private markets more broadl...

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