Luxury Roundtable

Wealth management

Webinar April 24: The Wealth Report 2024 and How the Old Real Estate Rulebook Doesn’t Apply

April 15, 2024

Paris in the spring Paris in the spring: France is making changes to its code to attract more UHNW investors

 

Please click or tap here to register for the Luxury Roundtable webinar Wednesday, April 24 at 11 a.m. to noon ET (New York time) titled, "The Wealth Report 2024 and How the Old Real Estate Rulebook Doesn't Apply."

The shift in outlook for interest rates, the strong performance of the U.S. economy and a sharp uptick in equity markets helped wealth creation globally, per The Wealth Report 2024 from international real estate firms Knight Frank and Douglas Elliman.

At the end of 2023 there were 4.2 percent more UHNWIs than a year earlier, with nearly 70 very wealthy investors minted every day, taking the global total to just over 626,600, the report found.

However, with increasingly complex geopolitics, tech and climate disruption, the old rulebook no longer applies for real estate investors and those operating in the HNW and UHNW ecosystem.

Topics
In this hourlong webinar on Wednesday, April 24 at 11 a.m. ET (New York time), Knight Frank global head of research Liam Bailey and his colleagues will discuss:

-- How wealth creation has returned

-- Generational shifts in wealth

-- How cities worldwide are slugging it out to attract the world's wealthy

-- The future of residential real estate

-- Trends in sustainability, AI and collectibles

Speaker
Liam Bailey, global head of research, Knight Frank

Alasdair Pritchard, equity partner at the Private Office, Knight Frank

Hugh Dixon, partner, New York Private Office, Knight Frank

Stephanie Bo Li, executive global real estate investment advisor and agent, Douglas Elliman

In conversation with Mickey ALAM KHAN, CEO, Luxury Roundtable

The session will be recorded.

Please click or tap here to register for the Luxury Roundtable webinar Wednesday, April 24 at 11 a.m. to noon ET (New York time) titled, "The Wealth Report 2024 and How the Old Real Estate Rulebook Doesn't Apply."