|Date & Time:||April 26, 2016 5:15 pm||Add to Calendar (.ics)|
|Venue:||Allen & Overy LLP|
Chair: Sir David Clementi, Chairman, King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership and IPF President
Keynote speaker: Sir Jon Cunliffe, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England for Financial Stability
Panellists: Richard Holt, Head of Global Cities Research, Oxford Economics
Alison Nimmo, Chief Executive, The Crown Estate
Nigel Wilson, Chief Executive, Legal & General Group
Registration, tea and coffee are from 5.15pm, and the lecture will start promptly at 6pm. A drinks reception will follow.
*Please note: Sir Jon Cunliffe has agreed to give the keynote speech on the proviso that there are no members of the press in the room and that those attending the event do not report his comments via any media, including email and Twitter.
Free to all IPF and CULS members.
CULS member’s tickets are available by logging in.
IPF Members: To guarantee a place, IPF members are advised to book online via the IPF website.
Alastair Ross Goobey & the Cambridge University Land Society
Alastair Ross Goobey was one of the most prominent and respected fund managers of recent times. After reading economics at Trinity College Cambridge, Alistair joined Kleinwort Benson as a graduate trainee. He was ultimately appointed chief executive of Hermes Pensions Management in 1993 and saw the fund grow to almost £50 billion by the time he stood down in 2001. He wrote a monthly column in the Estates Gazette and wrote two books, the Money Moguls in 1986 and Bricks and Mortals in 1992. In 2000 Alastair was appointed CBE for services to pensions. Alistair was Chairman of Trinity College’s Investment Committee, gave the Guest of Honour speech to the Society in 2004 when the Society hosted the Vice Chancellor Alison Richard at the first ever occasion that the Society had hosted a Vice Chancellor; and he hosted and spoke at the Society’s first visit to the Kings Cross Development. The society awards an annual real estate Finance MPhil prize in his name. He served three years as an honorary vice president of Cambridge University Land Society until his death in February 2008 at the age of 62.
The Inaugural Alastair Ross Goobey Lecture was given by Peter Bennet Chief Surveyor, Corporation of London, on the subject of developing a Real Estate Investment Strategy for the City of London. The Second lecture was given by Dr. Seek Ngee Huat Advisor to the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation and former President of GIC. The subject was Thirty Years of Global Real Estate Investing.