Aadil is a second-year land economist at the University of Cambridge and a Cambridge Trust Scholar. He also serves as the Trinity Hall JCR's Green, Ethics and Charities Officer and is on the Committee of the newly-formed Cambridge University Marine Conservation Society. Aadil's primary interests revolve around issues of sustainability, conservation, economic development and the linkages between them. He is from Karachi.
Ada Choi CFA
Executive Director, Research, Asia Pacific, CBRE. Ada acts as the leader of real estate capital market analytics within the Asia Pacific team to assist the delivery of research-based strategic advice to key real estate investment clients. She is responsible for leading the team to monitor investment activity, including capital flow, price movement and investment strategy.
Adam Solomons is a Senior Editor at Mace magazine.
Adam Mullen leads the Industrial & Logistics business in the Americas for CBRE, the worldwide leader in commercial real estate services. In that role, he manages and supports CBRE’s supply chain and logistics business in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. Mr. Mullen oversees an organization of more than 800 professionals who handled more than $35 billion in industrial transactions in 2017 while focusing on delivering exceptional outcomes to both occupiers and investors. Mr. Mullen joined CBRE in 2014 to lead its supply chain business, steadily adding responsibilities until, in 2016, CBRE appointed him to oversee its Americas Industrial & Logistics line of business. Prior to joining CBRE, Mr. Mullen spent almost 10 years in the supply chain consulting industry, advising on design and implementation of supply chain change for many of the world’s top brands across multiple industries. Follow him on Twitter at @adampmullen.
Adrian Cormican is a Director of Hallcroft Finance.
Adrian Elwood has been researching and investing in the listed real estate sector for over thirty years. He was a member of the listed real estate team at Henderson Global Investors from 2004 to 2010. In September 2012 he established The Clerkenwell Matterhorn Fund, a Malta domiciled PIF with an absolute return mandate to invest in the sector.
Alan has worked for nearly 40 years as a sell side property analyst and salesman, and has been a salesman at Stifel for the last five years.
Alan Dalgleish is the founder of Asian Property Intelligence and was previously Chief Executive of ANREV, a not-for-profit association for investors in unlisted real estate, which counted as its members some of the largest real estate investors and managers in the world. He has over 30 years' experience in real estate markets in the Asia Pacific region and is a market leader recognised by the institutional investor and fund manager community for his research, consulting and capital markets knowledge. The common thread in Alan’s real estate career is capital markets research and consulting. Alan is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and holds the FT Non-executive Director diploma. He is currently a Trustee of UK-based charity The Property Research Trust.
Alan Lockey is Head of Research at Demos.
Alan Howick is Director of The Howick & Brooker Partnership.
Alan Waxman founded Landmass in 1998, a luxury property development and interior design company. Alan has developed numerous high end residential properties, including the award-winning Grosvenor Crescent Mews in Belgravia, London.
Alasdair Steele is head of Scotland commercial, Knight Frank
Alastair George is Chief Investment Strategist at Edison.
Alex Green is a retired railway operating executive who spent much of his 35 year career with British Rail on the West Coast main line.
Alex Moss is Director of the Real Estate Research Centre at The Business School (formerly Cass), City, University of London.
Alex Muresianu is a writer for Young Voices. His work has been featured in The Federalist, Real Clear Policy, and the Washington Examiner.
Alexander C. R. Hammond
Alexander C. R. Hammond is a researcher at a Washington DC think tank.
Alexander Chartres is an Investment Manager at Ruffer.
Alexander William Salter
Alexander William Salter is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Rawls College of Business and the Comparative Economics Research Fellow with the Free Market Institute, both at Texas Tech University.
Alexander William Salter and David R. Henderson
Alexander William Salter is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Rawls College of Business and the Comparative Economics Research Fellow with the Free Market Institute, both at Texas Tech University. David R. Henderson Senior Fellow with the American Institute for Economic Research. He is also a research fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and emeritus professor of economics with the Naval Postgraduate School, is editor of The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
Alexandra Weis Marcel Schuster
Alexandra Weis is partner in the Frankfurt office of King & Spalding. With more than 18 years of experience, Alexandra Weis’ practice focuses on German investment and regulatory law, fund structuring, and international and German real estate transactions. Marcel Schuster is an associate in King & Spalding's Frankfurt office and a member of the firm's Corporate, Finance and Investments practice.
Alex Morar is Chief Executive Officer, NEPI Rockcastle. He joined NEPI upon its founding in 2007 and as CEO, he contributed to the significant increase in the company’s portfolio as well as further growing its team and asset management platform. Mr. Morar was appointed as joint chief executive officer of NEPI Rockcastle in 2017 and subsequently appointed as sole Chief Executive Officer of NEPI Rockcastle in 2018.
Alfred Sadek is an economist who analyses macro and financial data, and monitors economic trends.
Alistair Pye has been described as a “a magician: an intractable dispute, resolved, with smiles and handshakes.” Alistair has been mediating for over 10 years (full time since 2014) and has since developed one of the busiest practices in the UK. He has conducted over 400 mediations, now averaging around 75 a year. His straight talking, imaginative style has led to resolution of all types of civil and commercial disputes, from modest claims to complex multi-party cases up to £20 million in value. Qualified as a solicitor and, more recently, a barrister Alistair comes from a background in all types of commercial, insurance and property disputes. In the latter half of his legal career Alistair practiced as a specialist construction and insurance solicitor-advocate with an international legal practice. He has represented contractors, construction professionals and their insurers in some of the biggest and most complex disputes in the UK – in the courts, arbitration, adjudication and mediation. Alistair can be appointed through In Place of Strife, The Mediation Chambers at www.mediate.co.uk.
Alpa Bhakta is Chief Executive Officer of Butterfield Mortgages Ltd. With more than 20 years’ experience in the world of high net worth (HNW) property finance in the UK, Alpa is uniquely well-placed to oversee BML as a stand-alone mortgage lender, with a focus on prime property lending. Before joining Butterfield, Alpa headed the private property finance team at BNP Paribas Fortis, following positions at Credit Agricole Indosuez private bank and NatWest. Her expertise in this field is unrivalled and makes her a much-respected senior figure in the industry. She has recently been short-listed for the 2018 Citywealth Powerwomen awards.
Amy Clair is Research Fellow in Social Policy at the University of Essex.
Amy is a Property Economist at Capital Economics where she has been responsible for the UK and European Commercial Property Services. Previously, she worked at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and the Bank for International Settlements.
Anand Menon is Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London and Director of UK in a Changing Europe.
Ananya Chowdhury is an intern at the Adam Smith Institute.
Ananya Jaidev is a Senior Consultant at ComRes.
Anatole Kaletsky is founder and co-chairman of Gavekal, and a principal contributor to the research service. He is also a columnist for Reuters and the International Herald Tribune and chairman of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, a US$150mn foundation created to reform academic economics after the 2008 crisis.
Andrea Carpenter is a director of Women Talk Real Estate, and a writer and communications consultant in the property industry. As a director of Women Talk Real Estate, Andrea helps raise the visibility of female experts in the industry through the stage and media. On the writing side, her book about the history of the modern European property industry, High Rise and Fall, was published by Routledge in September 2018. Andrea began her career as a journalist at Property Week before moving on to be editor of EuroProperty for seven years. Following this she worked for various industry bodies including the Urban Land Institute, INREV in Amsterdam, and its sister organisation ANREV in Hong Kong. On returning to the UK, she worked as Head of Marketing and Communications EMEA at CBRE Global Investors.
Andrew Allen is Global Head of Real Estate Research at Aberdeen Standard.
Andrew Burrell is Capital Economics’ Chief Property Economist and runs their highly-regarded UK, European and (newly-launched) US Commercial Property Forecasting Services.
Andrew Coorey has a degree in Economics from the University of Sydney which he has used judiciously, spending most of the 1990s with Macquarie Bank. He has also presented radio, worked internationally as an event presenter specialising in live interviewing, invented the corporate act “Live Band Karaoke”, runs pub trivia events around Sydney and is currently working on his second documentary film.
Andrew Crossman is the Tax Partner covering capital gains for BDO Global Real Estate & Construction team.
Dr Andrew Foxall is Director of the Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre at The Henry Jackson Society, the London-based international affairs think tank.
Andrew Gimson is contributing editor at ConservativeHome.
Andrew Hawkins is the Executive Chairman of ComRes.
Andrew Jones is Chief Executive of LondonMetric Property.
Andrew Latto has worked as a research analyst and in fund management. In January 2019 he founded Fund Hunter, a website that aims to identify the top 1% of long-term investment funds.
Andrew is Head of EMEA Research & Insight at Cushman & Wakefield.
Andy Saull is a Research Associate at Pi Labs.
Andrew Wishart is a UK Economist at Capital Economics
Andrew Baum is Visiting Professor of Management Practice at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. He is also Chairman of Property Funds Research and Chairman of Newcore Capital Management. He holds BSc, MPhil and PhD degrees from the University of Reading, and is a graduate of the London Business School investment management programme, a chartered surveyor and a qualified member of the CFA institute (ASIP). He was elected a Fellow of the Urban Land Institute in 2002. He was Professor of Land Management at the University of Reading from 1989 to 2013, Honorary Professor of Real Estate Investment at the University of Cambridge 2009-14 and Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge 2011-4. He was awarded the title of Emeritus Professor by Reading in 2013.
Andrew has been dealing in and sourcing both modern and classic cars for 40 years, purchasing them from the known classic auctioneers Bonhams, Coys, Brooklands for classic cars and BCA for modern cars.
Andrew Lilico is an economist and political writer.
Andrew MacLeod is a visiting Professor at Kings College London and a Non Executive Director of Cornerstone Capital in the US.
Andrew Monteath is Head of Research & Marketing at D&GAM. He has 18 years' experience in the City with Credit Lyonnais, Nikko Europe, Williams de Broe and Evolution Group. He is a specialist in residential real estate and holds an MPhil in Real Estate Finance from the University of Cambridge.
Andy Martin is a former CEO of BNP Paribas Real Estate.
Andy Watson is a Partner at Europa Capital, based in Paris. He is also the author of A Thousand Days in Berlin – Tales of Property Pioneering (2017).
Andy Cook is chief executive of the Centre for Social Justice.
Anna Harper is CEO of SPI Capital and previously worked as a strategist at Deloitte. She was named one of Bisnow’s ‘Women Leading Real Estate’, and has published Amazon bestseller Strategic Property Investing.
Annabel Denham is Editor at The Entrepreneurs Network.
Anthony Breach is an Analyst at Centre for Cities and winner of the Thinkhouse Early Career Researcher Prize 2019.
Anthony Codling is CEO of Rummage4Property. This article was originally published on LinkedIn.
Anthony Frederick Lucas
Anthony Frederick Lucas is Professor of Casino Management at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Anthony Gill is a professor of political economy at the University of Washington and a Distinguished Senior Fellow with Baylor University’s Institute for the Study of Religion. Earning his PhD in political science at UCLA in 1994, Prof Gill specialises in the economic study of religion and civil society. He received the UW’s Distinguished Teaching Award in 1999 and is also a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.
Antony is a consultant and works with real estate boards on Transformation, Technology and Innovation. A well known speaker in property,he is a globally recognised expert on PropTech, and #SpaceAsAService.
Art Carden is a Senior Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research. He is also an Associate Professor of Economics at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute.
Artur Carulla is a Partner at Allies and Morrison.
Aston Lark is an industry leading independent insurance brokers with over 50 offices across the UK & Ireland.
Auction Watch is a regular feature looking at the preceding month's auction activity, based on data from David Sandeman of the Essential Information Group.
Avinav Zigam is the cofounder and COO of IMMO Capital, looking after business operations, technology and marketing. He has extensive leadership experience at Procter & Gamble and Walt Disney, as well as being a successful entrepreneur, building category-leading technology companies in financial services and automotive sectors.
Azeemeh Zaheer is Chief Executive Officer of Naissance Capital Real Estate Ltd, focusing on commercial real estate structuring and asset management. Before founding NCRE, Azeemeh worked for a shariah compliant real estate investment bank in London for 6.5 years. Azeemeh has held various senior roles in banking and government including Vice Consul, Head of Energy and US Oil & Gas Sector for the British Consulate General in Houston, as well as a licensed specialist in business lending, annuity investments, and private banking for both Bank of America (BAML) and Washington Mutual (Chase). Ms Zaheer completed the Real Estate Finance Executive Certification Program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in June 2017, as well as the Real Estate Management Program at Harvard Business School in 2015, and received an Islamic Finance Qualification in 2010. In her spare time, Azeemeh voluntarily teaches real estate investment classes for women in the Middle East, including a 7-day real estate finance module for an MBA programme in Saudi Arabia.
Barry Brownstein is Professor Emeritus of Economics and Leadership at the University of Baltimore. He is senior contributor at Intellectual Takeout and the author of The Inner-Work of Leadership.
Barry D Wood
Barry D Wood is a journalist, author and educator in Washington, DC
Ben Farthing is an associate in CBRE’s Net Lease Property Group in Phoenix. He supports the team in the marketing, research and sales of single-tenant and multi-tenant investment properties in Phoenix and throughout the US. Prior to joining the team in 2018, he was a leasing specialist at RED Development.
Ben Hartley is a partner and head of valuation services at Sanderson Weatherall, Birmingham.
Ben Scott is the Proprietor of B. B. Scott – Private Libraries & Fine Books (based in London).
Ben works as an analyst for an intelligence firm in London and is responsible for helping clients understand the business, political and security risks to their operations across the Asia-Pacific region. He graduated from the University of Manchester in 2016 after reading for a degree in Chinese and Japanese.
Ben Habib is CEO of First Property Group plc, former MEP for London, and Chairman of Brexit Watch.
Ben Keating is a Land Economy graduate from the University of Cambridge. Since qualifying as a Chartered Surveyor in 1995, his career has been totally focused in residential property investment and development. He has personally overseen several billion pounds worth of global property investments for some of the world's wealthiest families. He is now concentrated on overseeing his personal residential property portfolio. This is predominantly located in central and inner London, but has expanded into the South East commuter belt over recent years.
Ben Ramanauskas is a Policy Analyst at the Taxpayers' Alliance.
Business Coach and Business Improvement Author
With a "great international reputation" Beverly-Ann Rogers "has a superb reputation for handling difficult situations brilliantly". She is rated in the top tiers of all the legal directories for her expertise and has been recognised by Legal 500 in its Hall of Fame as a mediator who has recieved constant praise from her clients and who is at the pinnacle of her profession. Over the last 20 years, she has mediated hundreds of disputes across a broad spectrum, both within and beyond her expertise as a chancery barrister. Whilst commercial in nature, many disputes involve family members, or previously close associates and have a high emotional content. She has mediated a wide range of disputes involving property including, for example, disputes as to validity of contract for sale; disputes as to beneficial ownership of property with sale sought, boundary disputes, easement disputes and landlord and tenant disputes. She can be appointed through In Place of Strife, The Mediation Chambers at www.mediate.co.uk.
Bhu Srinivasan is a media entrepreneur whose career has spanned digital media, pop culture, technology, publishing and financial content. He is the author of 'America Inc.'
Bill Blain is Strategist for Shard Capital, a leading investment firm. Bill is a well known broadcaster and commentator, with over 30-years experience working for leading investment banks and brokerages at senior levels. He's been closely involved in the growth and development of the global fixed income markets, and pioneered complex financial products including capital, asset-backed securities and private placements. Increasingly, he's involved in the Real and Alternative Assets sector seeking to explain their complexity, how to generate decorrelated returns, and create liquidity in non-listed assets. Bill is a passionate sailor, talentless painter, plays guitar badly, is learning the bagpipes, and built a train-set in his attic.
Bill Blain and Ethan Yang
Bill Blain is Strategist for Shard Capital, a leading investment firm. Bill is a well known broadcaster and commentator, with over 30-years experience working for leading investment banks and brokerages at senior levels. Ethan Yang is the Director of the Mark Twain Center for the Study of Human Freedom at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.
Head of Real Estate Markets Research at Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets
Bill Wirtz is a policy analyst for the Consumer Choice Center.
Bing Wang is an associate Professor in Practice of Real Estate and the Built Environment at Harvard University.
Bing Wang and Stephen Roulac
Bing Wang is Associate Professor in practice of Real Estate and the Built Environment at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD), and the faculty co-chair for real estate management program at the Harvard GSD and Harvard Business School. Her publications include the books The Architectural Profession of Modern China (2011), Prestige Retail Design and Development (2014), Global Leadership in Real Estate and Design (2015) and Understanding China’s Real Estate Markets (2020). Stephen Roulac’s background combines innovative award-winning research; property analyst, strategy advisor, entrepreneurial roles; serving as expert in > 150 high-stakes, complex litigation matters; trusted primary strategy advisor to major decision-makers in all facets of property, business, government, investing; teaching at leading universities. Recognized as one of 100 real estate most influentials in the 20th Century: author of THE PROPERTY KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM, authoritative/innovative 8-volume compendium of the real estate discipline for higher education and professionals.
Bing Wang and Tobias Just
Bing Wang is Associate Professor in Practice for Real Estate and the Built Environment at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). Prof Dr Tobias Just FRICS is an academic director and managing director of the IREBS Real Estate Academy and Professor of Real Estate at the University of Regensburg.
BJ Feller is Managing Director and Partner at the Stan Johnson Company.
BJ Feller and Isaiah Harf
BJ Feller is Managing Director and Partner and Isaiah Harf is Regional Director at Stan Johnson Company.
Bogdan Costea and Peter Watt
Bogdan Costea is Professor of Management and Society, Lancaster University. Peter Watt is International Lecturer in Management and Organisation Studies, Lancaster University.
Brad Thomas has been a nationally acclaimed Forbes author, speaker, thought leader and adviser in the commercial real estate industry for over three decades. He is the author of The Intelligent REIT Investor (to be published in May 2021). Thomas is the Editor of the Forbes Real Estate Investor (monthly subscription-based newsletter) and CEO at Wide Moat Research. He is also the Editor-at-large of The Property Chronicle North America. Brad tweets at @rbradthomas
Vice President - Global Real Estate Research
Dr. Rainer Zitelmann is a doctor of history and sociology and the author of the recently published book 'The Power of Capitalism'.
Callum is founder and head of research at Topdown Charts. Prior to starting the business he worked in multi-asset investment strategy at AMP Capital, AXA Global Investors, and the New Zealand Stock Exchange. Having spent his career in Australia and New Zealand he has by necessity developed a strong global focus, and sound capability in chart-driven top-down analysis for asset allocation.
Calum Watson is Managing Director of D&G Block Management, an established firm of managing agents operating throughout Greater London. He has worked in the London market for 20 years and has a particular interest in maximising the value of assets and services on behalf of clients. D&GBM manage a wide ranging portfolio of over 6,000 units on behalf of freeholders, RMCs and private investor landlords.
Camilla Dell is Managing Partner and founder of Black Brick Property Solutions LLP and has worked in the London property market since 2002. She is highly experienced in meeting the needs of demanding domestic and international property buyers. During her career to date, Camilla worked for two of London’s largest and most successful estate agencies, Foxtons and Knight Frank, before setting up Black Brick in January 2007. Since then, Camilla has grown the firm from a two person start-up to London’s largest independent buying consultancy. The Black Brick team collectively boasts over 80 years’ experience in the London property market and has successfully sourced and acquired nearly £1 billion of residential property for private clients. Camilla’s professional, energetic and tenacious approach to property finding, her total dedication to her clients’ needs and her expert negotiation skills have won her huge loyalty and trust amongst her clients who include some of the world’s most successful businessmen and entrepreneurs. Black Brick has a high profile in the residential property sector and Camilla is frequently asked to comment in the press and speak at large international events about the London and UK property market including the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit 2015. Camilla was also recently voted in the Telegraph’s Property Power List as one of the top 25 most influential people in British property and was included in the Spears 500 in both 2015 and 2016, an essential guide for high net worth clients. www.black-brick.com
Rev Campbell Paget is the Vicar of All Saints Church, Brenchley, a village in the borough of Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Campbell Paget is an Anglican priest serving in a small rural parish in Kent. His congregation of some two hundred includes over twenty young families and takes an ‘orthodox middle-of-the road’ approach to its worship and witness.
Carl Atkin is a Director and Co-Founder of Terravost Limited, an international agribusiness management and consultancy business. Terravost works with private individuals, family offices, institutions, corporations and funds looking to gain exposure to agricultural real estate investments, operational farming opportunities and value chain investments across the world. Terravost specialise in the assessment, acquisition, on-going management and divestment of agribusinesses. The team have extensive experience across Europe, including the management of over 300,000 ha of farmland in Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Poland, Hungary, France and the UK and extensive agribusiness consultancy for investors and agribusinesses in the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
Caroline Wild is a Legal Director at Blake Morgan. Caroline works as part of the Residential property team in London. As an expert in leasehold enfranchisement, she heads the team’s specialism in this niche area of law. She was Finalist Young Professional of the Year at the Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards 2014.
Catherine Aleppo has been with Aston Lark (including predecessor companies) since 2005. With cyber risk exponentially increasing in recent years, Catherine’s role at Aston Lark is focused on helping businesses understand the importance of identifying their threats and vulnerabilities, and provides solutions for transferring those risks which exceed an organisation’s ability to remediate.
CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2016 revenue). The company has more than 75,000 employees (excluding affiliates), and serves real estate investors and occupiers through approximately 450 offices (excluding affiliates) worldwide. CBRE offers a broad range of integrated services, including facilities, transaction and project management; property management; investment management; appraisal and valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting; property sales; mortgage services and development services.
Centre For London
Centre for London is the capital’s dedicated think tank. The Centre’s mission is to develop new solutions to London’s critical challenges and advocate for a fair and prosperous global city. They help national and London policymakers think beyond the next election and plan for the future.
Charis St. Clair Fisher
Charis is a Consultant at ComRes. An English & History graduate from the University of Southampton, she has previously interned at both The Spectator and The Sunday Times.
Charles Kingston is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of REFIRE, a specialist newsletter and website focused on German real estate for institutional investors. Based in Berlin, he has lived in Germany for 30 years, and can look back on a varied career including stints working for the Financial Times, the DeAgostini Group, the Toronto Globe and Mail, and as a proprietary derivatives trader. A native Dubliner, he graduated with a degree in Business from University College Dublin, and subsequently pursued post-graduate studies in real estate finance at the University of Middlesex.
Charles Ostroumoff is a chartered surveyor and capital markets consultant and lectures on property market risk and liquidity management at Henley, Cass and Regensburg business schools.
Charlie Ellingworth is a founder of Property Vision, and a director and trustee of the Cadogan Estate. He is a writer and his novels, A Bitter Harvest and Silent Night, are published by Quartet.
Charlotte Gill is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in the MoS and the Daily Telegraph.
Charlotte Henry is a writer and commentator, and author of the forthcoming book 'Not Buying It'.
Charlotte Chunming Meng
Charlotte Chunming Meng is a PhD candidate in Real Estate Finance in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. Her research focuses on the behaviours of participants in the residential real estate market. She acquired her BA degree in Finance and Mathematics at Renmin University of China. Charlotte can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chen Long is the China economist at Gavekal Dragonomics. As a PBOC watcher, he writes extensively on China’s monetary policy, exchange rate policy, banking system and financial markets. He has been quoted by the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Reuters and Bloomberg. A native Beijinger, he was educated at Peking University and joined the Beijing office in January 2014.
Chief Global Strategist
Cheryl Reed-Forrester is the Lettings Director at the Investment Room.
Chris Papadopoullos is a financial journalist based in the City of London.
Chris leads the research team within Aviva Investors’ Real Asset business, overseeing the production of property forecasts and preparation of key strategy and research reports. His team plays a key role in developing investment views of markets and sectors and identifying strategic opportunities for funds across the globe.
Christian Hilber and Teemu Lyytikainen
Christian Hilber is Professor of Economic Geography at the London School of Economics. He is an Associate of the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and of the Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC). He is also a Member of the Academic Panel of the What Works Centre. He has been the Director of LSE’s MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance since 2003. Teemu Lyytikainen is chief researcher at the VATT Institute for Economic Research. His research subjects include housing markets, urban economics and housing taxes and subsidies. Teemu has also worked as a Secretary-General of the Economic Policy Council and as a researcher at the Spatial Economics Research Centre of the London School of Economics. He gained his PhD in economics from the University of Helsinki in 2008.
Chief Economist, Peninsula Real Estate
Christopher Smith is Executive Chair of the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and Professor, School of Classics, at the University of St Andrews.
Chua Yang Liang
Dr Chua Yang Liang is Head of Group Research and Analytics at ARA Asset Management Ltd.
Cleo is the CEO of Property Overview Ltd.
Clifford F. Thies
Clifford F. Thies is a Professor of Economics and Finance at Shenandoah University. He is the author, co-author, contributor and editor of more than a hundred books, encyclopaedia entries and articles in scholarly journals. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Private Enterprise and is a former Bradley Resident Scholar at the Heritage Foundation. He is a past president of the faculty senates of Shenandoah University and the University of Baltimore. He also served in the US Army and the Army Reserve.
Clive Emson is the Chairman of the eponymous auction company that he formed in 1989 to provide an independent land property auction facility for statutory authorities, private clients and estate agents with clients that wish to consider auction as an alternative marketing method. Over 850 high street agents from Essex to Cornwall now help to introduce lots and distribute the 20,000 catalogues published for each of the eight auctions held each year. Prior to 1989 Clive was the national property auctioneer for Prudential Property Services and regional professional director for the South East. He is a Chartered Surveyor, honoured member of the National Association of Estate Agents and a member of the National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers. Clive Emson Auctioneers are now the 5th largest property auctioneer in the UK in respect of volume and value of lots sold in the UK.
Professor Colin Lizieri PhD FRICS FRGS is Grosvenor Professor of Real Estate Finance at the University of Cambridge, Head of the Department of Land Economy and a Fellow of Pembroke College.
Colin LLoyd is a macroeconomic commentator, writer and presenter, based in London. He has worked for asset managers in commodities, money markets, capital markets, equities and foreign exchange since the early 1980s and writes In the Long Run. He is a contributor to several free-market publications including The Cobden Centre and was a 2017 runner-up for the 2017 Richard Koch Breakthrough Prize awarded by The Institute of Economic Affairs.
Conor Walsh is a researcher at the Centre for Policy Studies.
Dalibor Rohac is a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC.
Dan Channer was indoctrinated with brand strategy at Ogilvy and WPP. After 10 years running a successful award-winning letting agency he now helps agencies win and retain customers. www.danchanner.com
Dan Wilson Craw
Dan Wilson Craw is director of Generation Rent
Daniel Bentley is a policy analyst who has written widely on housing. He is editorial director of the Westminster think tank Civitas. He tweets at @danielbentley.
Daniel J. Mitchell
Daniel J. Mitchell is an economist who studies tax competition, financial privacy, and fiscal sovereignty.
Daniel Dyball is the UK Executive Director of the Internet Association.
Danny Dorling is an Academician of the Academy of the Learned Societies in the Social Sciences, was Honorary President of the Society of Cartographers from 2007 to 2017 and is a patron of Roadpeace, the national charity for road crash victims. He has published with many colleagues more than a dozen books on issues related to social inequalities in Britain and several hundred journal papers. His work concerns issues of housing, health, employment, education and poverty.
David Auerbach has covered the REIT sector for over 20 years as an institutional trader out of Dallas at Green Street as well as Esposito Securities and joined World Equity Group in November 2018. He is also a consultant with IRRealized, LLC out of Scottsdale, AZ, helping to build out corporate access with REITs and ETFs connecting the various companies directly to advisors, family offices, and other brokers among other investor outreach initiatives.
David Auerbach and Mary Jensen
David Auerbach has covered the REIT sector for over 20 years as an institutional trader out of Dallas at Green Street as well as Esposito Securities, and joined World Equity Group in November 2018. He is also a consultant with IRRealized, LLC out of Scottsdale, AZ, helping to build out corporate access with REITs and ETFs connecting the various companies directly to advisors, family offices, and other brokers among other investor outreach initiatives. Mary Jensen, Founder & CEO of IRRealized, LLC, is a proven strategic communicator and capital markets executive with progressive in-house experience in corporate strategy, marketing, business development and investor relations. She has worked in REITs for more than 19 years with several prominent REITs, such as Douglas Emmett, Inc., Healthcare Trust of America, Essex Property Trust, Inc., Spirit Realty Capital and Mack-Cali Realty. She is an active member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIIRI) and the National Association of Real Estate Investments Trusts (NAREIT).
David Bitner is Global Head of Capital Markets Research at Cushman & Wakefield. His research focuses on how macroeconomic trends, real estate fundamentals and dynamics in the broader capital markets interact to shape commercial real estate risks and opportunities for investors.
Professor David Blake is a Professor of Economics at the Cass Business School and a member of Economists for Free Trade.
David is a partner in the Technology and Media team, based in London with over 15 years experience. David has wide experience working with both rapidly growing and large international and domestic groups reporting under US GAAP, IFRS and UK GAAP. He works with his clients to develop strong collaborative relationships while providing commercial insights and practical advice. During his BDO career, David has been on secondment to BDO’s Washington DC office.
Business Development Director, Butterfield Mortgages Limited
Professor David Higgins is a senior academic and part of the Property and Planning Research Group at Birmingham City University. He has extensive industry experience and regularly consults to property clients on the changing real estate landscape.
David Higgins and Peter Wood
Prof. David Higgins and Peter Wood are senior academics and part of the Property and Planning Research Group at Birmingham City University. Both have extensive industry experience and regularly consult to property clients on the changing real estate landscape.
David Higgins and Treshani Perera
Professor David Higgins is a senior academic and part of the Property and Planning Research Group at Birmingham City University. He has extensive industry experience and regularly consults to property clients on the changing real estate landscape. Dr Treshani Perera is a property researcher and lectures part-time at RMIT University, Australia. Her PhD investigated the downside risk integration in commercial property market forecasting.
David Hodgkins was a career civil servant in the Ministry of Labour and latterly under secretary in the Department of Employment and Health and Safety Executive. Since retirement he has written articles and several books on railway history, concentrating on the business aspects, notablyThe Second Railway King, the Life and Times of Sir Edward Watkin. 1819-1901, and George Carr Glyn, Railwayman and Banker, which deals with his part in the building up of the London and Birmingham and London and North Western Railways, both of which he chaired, and the relations between Glyn’s Bank and railways.
David Hutchings is an international partner in Cushman & Wakefield’s research team and Head of EMEA Investment Strategy, working closely with Cushman & Wakefield’s international capital markets group. His main area of responsibility is the production of strategic investment advice for clients.
David L. Smith
David L. Smith has been a Fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge, since 1988 and Director of Studies in History since 1992. His books include Constitutional Royalism and the Search for Settlement, c. 1640-1649 (1994), A History of the Modern British Isles, 1603-1707: The Double Crown (1998), The Stuart Parliaments, 1603-1689 (1999), and (with Patrick Little) Parliaments and Politics during the Cromwellian Protectorate (2007). He has also edited two series of A-level History textbooks for Cambridge University Press.
David’s extraordinary career has taken him from the oil fields of Papua New Guinea in the 1970s, through the trading floor of JPMorgan in the ‘80s to his own Hedge Funds in the 1990s. After successfully selling those Funds he has, since 2008, been running an African Land Fund as well as writing prolifically and with amazing prescience. For more information on his books, long and short articles and how to book him as a speaker please go to www.davidmurrin.co.uk.
David Sackett is the Managing Director of Growth Farms in Australia.
David was formerly Reader in Sustainable Property and is now an Affiliate of the School of the Built Environment at Oxford Brookes University. He is co-author (with BRE) of the Green Guide to Specification - an environmental profiling system for construction materials and part of the BREEAM and the Code for Sustainable Homes programmes; helping designers and specifiers to reduce the environmental impacts of their buildings. Globally, there are more than 558,200 BREEAM certified developments and almost 2,260,300 buildings registered for assessment. Green Guide has been the recommended materials specification standard for the UK Government, many Local Authorities and private sector organisations such as the Westfield retail group and was used in the building of the London 2012 Olympics. David was a judge on the Construction News panel for the national UK Building Quality Awards between 2010-2013. David’s research paper, Socially Responsible Property Investment (SRPI) in the Journal of Property Investment & Finance (2007), written with Miles Keeping, Dan Rapson and Claire Roberts, was cited as a key text in United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Finance Initiative report Building Responsible Property Portfolios.
David Smith is a partner at JMW Solicitor.
David Hall teaches History and Theory of Knowledge at Sevenoaks School. Formerly, he taught History, English and Theory of Knowledge in Latin America, History, English and Classics in Scotland, and History in the Middle East. He has published on history, literature and education in The Herald, Times Educational Supplement, Ancient Warfare Magazine and several other publications. A graduate of the Universities of St. Andrews, Oxford and Cambridge, he played golf for the latter and is a contributor to Golf Quarterly. For many years now he has contributed programme articles on the background to history plays performed at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, working for writers and directors including Eric Schlosser, Glyn Maxwell, Howard Brenton, Simon Armitage and Matthew Dunster.
David Hill is the ex-Chairman of Warwick, a Jockey Club racecourse, and is the founder and administrator of a series of successful syndicates run on behalf of the trainer Alan King which race under the name of the Barbury Lions.
An "undisputed doyen of mediation", David Richbell is one of the UK’s ‘senior’ mediators, having mediated close to 1000 disputes since 1992. David's career started in construction and engineering, however his vast experience now means that his appointments cover all manner of disputes. He has authored a number of books including 'Mediation of Construction Disputes'. He is particularly experienced in multi-party mediations and cases which are highly complex, not least due to value (up to £650 million and down to £4000) but also because of high emotion, complexity of details and commercial imperatives. His services are also sought for those seeking to avoid or manage disputes. In 2016, he was recognised as a Thought Leader in Mediation by Who’s Who Legal. A full-time mediator since 1996, David is a member of In Place of Strife, The Mediation Chamber's panel of mediators, a Fellow of the CIArb, is accredited by the International Mediation Institute (IMI), CEDR, the Institute of Psychotherapists and the CIArb and is an alumnus of the Advanced Mediation Program at Harvard Law School under Professor Robert Mnookin. He can be appointed through In Place of Strife, the Mediation Chambers at www.mediate.co.uk.
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Economics and of History, and Professor Emerita of English and of Communication, adjunct in classics and philosophy, at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Trained at Harvard in the 1960s as an economist, she has written 24 books and some 400 academic and popular articles on economic history, rhetoric, philosophy, statistical theory, economic theory, feminism, queer studies, liberalism, ethics and law.
The Deloitte Real Estate Team
Claire Handby – Director, Deloitte Real Estate. Claire is a Director in our Real Estate Team, advising on Real Estate, Capital and Infrastructure Projects. Over two decades she has gained a range of leadership, consulting and management competence covering Portfolio, Programme, Project and Assurance Roles having worked for both public and private sector businesses. Claire has an increasing focus to help our clients continue to respond to their digital disruption opportunities and challenges within these sectors. Greg Salisbury – Consultant, Deloitte Real Estate. Greg is a Consultant within Deloitte Real Estate, specialising in Capital Projects and Infrastructure programmes. Fiona Flanagan – Senior Associate, Deloitte Real Estate. Fiona is a Senior Associate in the Valuation, Assurance and Professional Advisory Team at Deloitte Real Estate.
Dennis Schoenmaker and Hans Vrensen
Dr Dennis Schoenmaker is Associate Director, Investment Research and Strategy, at AEW; he was previously a global real estate economist at CBRE, after completing his PhD in real estate at the University of Groningen. Hans Vrensen is Head of Research and Strategy at AEW Europe; his previous roles include Head of CMBS Research at Barclays Capital and Global Head of Research at DTZ (C&W).
Diego Zuluaga is Head of Financial Services and Tech Policy at the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Director Centre for Retail Research
The Centre for Retail Research provides authoritative and expert research and analysis of the retail and service sectors in Britain, Europe and globally. The Centre for Retail Research (CRR) has provided authoritative and expert research and analysis of the retail and service sectors for twenty-one years in Britain, Europe and North America.
Dominic Green is Culture Editor of Spectator USA, and a frequent contributor to The Weekly Standard.
Dominic Moore is Head of Asset Management and ESG Director at Clearbell Capital.
Dominic Raab has served as the Conservative MP for Esher and Walton since 2010. He was the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union from July to November, 2018.
Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, specializing in foreign policy and civil liberties. Doug Bandow worked as special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and editor of the political magazine Inquiry. He writes regularly for leading publications such as Fortune magazine, National Interest, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Times.
Douglas Carswell is a former MP. He was a member of the Vote Leave campaign in the 2016 EU referendum.
Dr Alan Wager
Dr Alan Wager is a research associate at The UK in a Changing Europe. Previously, Alan was by-fellow at Churchill College, Cambridge and a researcher at the London School of Economics and the University of Manchester. His PhD thesis – concerning inter-party and operation in British politics – was completed at Queen Mary, University of London, where he taught undergraduate modules on British politics.
Dr Dominic Brown
Dr Dominic Brown is responsible for leading insight and analysis as well as delivery of strategic thought-leadership research across Asia Pacific at Cushman & Wakefield. With over 20 years of research experience across all major commercial real estate and residential sectors, Dr. Brown has an Honours degree and a PhD in Geography and is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management at the University of Queensland.
Dr Gerard Lyons is an economist and writes in a personal capacity. He is a member of the Advisory Board at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
Dr Neil Blake
Global Head of Forecasting and Analytics | EMEA Chief Economist CBRE | Global & EMEA Research
Dr Paul Goldsmith
Dr Paul Goldsmith is President of Closed Loop Medicine, a clinician and a fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies
Dr Sven Bienert
Professor Dr Sven Bienert, MRICS REV, is head of the real estate department IREBS at the University of Regensburg. IREBS is the largest European real estate department at a university with more than 60 employees. Besides his university career, Prof Bienert has worked in the industry for many years as a consultant and CEO of an asset manager with over €2bn under management. He holds various supervisory mandates and supports leading industry organisations such as RICS, ULI and DGNB.
M. Gordon Brown, DTech is Principal of Space Analytics, LLC which he founded 30 years ago. He taught, and was a professor of, architecture at IIT, Arizona State University and the University of Colorado. He was later Head of the Real Estate Management and Development Group at Eindhoven University of Technology. He's the author of many scientific, professional and critical articles and essays and of Access, Property and American Urban Space published by Routledge in 2016.
Helen Xiaohui Bao
Helen Xiaohui Bao is a University Lecturer in Real Estate Finance and the Director of International Relations in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. Focusing on the areas of valuation and housing economics, her research interests include hedonic price modelling, behavioural economics, index and benchmarking, and housing and land use policies in the Greater China Region. Helen can be contacted at email@example.com.
Duncan joined Ruffer in 2012. He graduated from Glasgow University School of Law in 2007 and spent four years working at Barclays Wealth and Barclays Capital in Glasgow, London and Singapore. Duncan is a CFA charterholder. He is co–manager of Ruffer Investment Company.
Dr Duncan Needham is Dean and Senior Tutor of Darwin College and Director of the Centre for Financial History at the University of Cambridge where he teaches economic and political history. His research focuses primarily on modern British history, particularly late twentieth century monetary and financial policy. Duncan can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eamonn Ives is a Researcher at the Centre for Policy Studies.
Eben Wilson has had three careers: initially in journalism and broadcasting (including Milton Friedman’s TV series “Free to Choose”), economics (as an associate Scholar of the Adam Smith Institute) and now business (founding various companies).
As Director of Research for CBRE’s Data Center Solutions group, Ed Socia oversees the aggregation and analysis of information relevant to industry activity, including data center transactions and investor movement.
Ed West is a writer and author
Edison Investment Research
Edison is an investment research and advisory company, with offices in North America, Europe, the Middle East and AsiaPac. The heart of Edison is our world renowned equity research platform and deep multi-sector expertise. At Edison Investment Research, our research is widely read by international investors, advisors and stakeholders. Edison Advisors leverages our core research platform to provide differentiated services including investor relations and strategic consulting.
Ed Mead has worked in the central London estate agency market for almost forty years and has acquired a reputation for saying it as it is. He's contributed over many years as The Sunday Times Property Expert and as the Agent Provocateur in The Telegraph amongst many others as well as fronting two BBC TV series. He left agency in September 2016 to start Viewber, the world's first outsourced property viewing service harnessing the power of the sharing economy to make viewings available 24/7 for agents and landlords via their own dashboard. He is still a regular press contributor with a regular live Q&A slot on LBC.
Edward has built his residential agency career in Prime Central London working with Hamptons, John D Wood and Douglas & Gordon over the last 17 years. Prior to this, he had a career in Management Consultancy with IBM Global Services.
Edward Peter Stringham
Edward Peter Stringham is President of the American Institute for Economic Research, Davis Professor of Economic Organizations and Innovation at Trinity College, and Editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is editor of two books and author of more than 70 journal articles, book chapters, and policy studies. His work has been discussed in 15 of the top 20 newspapers in the United States and on more than 100 broadcast stations including MTV.
Edward Tillson is a second year land economist at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge. His articles aims to introduce Cambridge life, both academic and extra curricular, so to speak.
Ed has lived in UAE since 2010, owning and running the Padjet Consultancy. He has advised the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) and Dubai Expo 2020 on renewable energy and sustainability. Ed also acts on behalf of select companies and individuals raising capital from Sovereign Wealth Funds, Family Offices and other investment vehicles through his extensive network built up over the past 8 years. Prior to moving to UAE, Ed worked in the City of London. He has acted as Executive Producer and helped finance a number of film and television projects, including Last Orders, starring Michael Caine, Helen Mirren, Tom Courteney, Bob Hoskins and Ray Winstone. An avid cricket, rugby and golf fan, Ed can often be found exploring hitherto undiscovered areas of the UAE's excellent courses.
Dr. Elaine Worzala, CRE, FRICS is the Director of the Carter Real Estate Center at the College of Charleston. She got all three of her degrees (doctorate, masters and undergraduate) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is an active member of several academic associations as well as professional organizations including research projects she has completed for RICS, ICSC, PREA and NAR. She believes strongly in bringing relevancy to her classroom from her research projects. She has published articles in many of the mainstream real estate academic journals as well as industry-based publications and other media. Her research interests are applied and lie primarily in institutional real estate investment, valuation and real estate education. Additionally, many of her studies take on an international perspective as she works to open up the borders as they relate to real estate markets. Primary teaching interests include real estate valuation, investments, and feasibility analysis as well as the introductory real estate process course and international real estate investment. She has held academic appointments at Colorado State University, University of Connecticut, University of San Diego, Johns Hopkins University, Clemson University, San Diego State University and the College of Charleston. She has also co-taught a summer Research designs course at the University of Aberdeen. Dr. Worzala has received numerous awards including the American Real Estate Society (ARES) Grasskamp Award, the ARES Education Award, and the ARES Distinguished Service Award. From the International Real Estate Society she was awarded the Achievement Award and the Bert Kruijt Service Award for outstanding service to IRES. She is a Fellow in the Weimer School, a member of Lambda Alpha International, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, and designated as a Counselor of Real Estate. She is the director of the doctoral program for the James Webb American Real Estate Society Foundation. She is also currently serving on the national board of the Counselors of Real Estate, the Advisory Board of the Real Estate Research Institute (she was on the national Board), and the Southeastern board of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Emily Conway is a consultant at ComRes.
Emily Norton LLB, MSc is Director of Rural Research at Savills.
Emma Revell is Head of Communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs
Emma Huepfl is a Founder and Co-Principal of Laxfield Capital, an investment management business specialising in real estate debt. With more than 25 years’ experience in UK CRE debt markets, she has overseen more than £10bn of debt deals. In 2015 she founded Laxfield National, aiming to address imbalances in regional and mid-market funding. She is a board member of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council of Europe and authors the bi-annual Laxfield CRE Debt Market Barometer, analysing changing finance demand from a pool of more than £110bn of loan requests.
Emma is a Research Team Leader at ComRes. Emma has previously worked in research, policy and public affairs roles at Young Women’s Trust, the Charity Retail Association and the British Academy. She has undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications from Royal Holloway, King’s College London and Birkbeck College, London.
Emmanuel Valavanis was the co-founder of Lockhart Securities and is currently at Mirabaud Securities Ltd.
Eric Willett is Director of Research and Thought Leadership at CBRE.
Erik Knutzen is the Chief Investment Officer – Multi-Asset Class of Neuberger Berman.
Ethan Yang is a graduate of Trinity College. He received a BA in Political Science alongside a minor in Legal Studies and Formal Organisations. He currently serves as local coordinator at Students for Liberty and the director of the Mark Twain Center for the Study of Human Freedom at Trinity College. Prior to joining AIER, he interned at organisations such as the American Legislative Exchange Council, the Connecticut State Senate and the Cause of Action Institute. Ethan is currently based in Washington D.C.
Chief Investment Officer, London Property Asia
Ewan Montgomery is real estate portfolio manager at Fidelity International.
Filip Steffensen is a Danish free-marketeer working in the real estate sector.
Florian Ranft is a Senior Research Analyst at the Centre for Progressive Policy.
Forbes was brought up on Craigmore Station in the South Island of New Zealand and worked as a shepherd in the early part of his career. He then trained in Agricultural Economics at Lincoln University in New Zealand where he was student president in 1984. He went to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar in 1985. After some time at Goldman Sachs he completed an MBA at Harvard Business School in 1992. Forbes worked as a credit trader at Merrill Lynch from 1992 to 1999 where he headed a convertibles trading desk. He then led financial information publisher Credit Market Analysis which was acquired by Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Forbes returned full time to farming in 2005 to live on and manage Craigmore Station – a sheep, beef and deer property farmed by the Elworthy family since 1864. From 2009 Forbes partnered with his brother-in-law Mark Cox to create Craigmore Sustainables, a specialist manager of farms and forests in New Zealand. Since 2014 he has been leading a Craigmore sponsored farm information management company called Map Of Agriculture. It provides software and farm data integration systems to help over 80 AgBusinesses including Centre for Dairy Excellence in New Zealand and McDonalds Restaurants in the UK connect to and assist their networks of farms.
Frances Coppola writes about economics and finance.
Frank Lawton is Assistant Editor of CapX.
Frank Soodeen is Head of Public Affairs at the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Freddie Cowper-Coles joined Triple Point in September 2015. He is an investment director in the Property Investment Team working exclusively on investments into high-quality social and affordable housing, with a range of responsibilities related to origination, execution and general operations.
Gareth Jones is co-founder and Managing Partner of FinTech Collective, a New York-based early-stage venture capital firm founded in 2012, which is currently investing out of its $150m third fund, with a focus on capital markets, wealth and asset management, banking-lending payments, and insurance. Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, he helped build and sell three category-leading fintech companies: Multex, which IPO-ed and then sold to Reuters; Serverside, which sold to Gemalto, a European digital security company; and CardLab, which was acquired by Blackhawk Networks. Before that he spent three years ‘double handing’ a 36ft sailing boat 33,000 nautical miles from the UK to the Antarctic circle.
Garrison Keillor did 'A Prairie Home Companion' for 40 years, wrote fiction and comedy, invented a town called Lake Wobegon, where all the children are above average, even though he himself grew up evangelical in a small separatist flock where all the children expected the imminent end of the world. He’s busy in retirement, having written a memoir and a book of limericks, and is at work on a musical and a Lake Wobegon screenplay, and he continues to do 'The Writers Almanac', sent out daily to Internet subscribers (free). He and his wife Jenny Lind Nilsson live in Minneapolis, not far from the YMCA where he was sent for swimming lessons at age 12 after his cousin drowned, and he skipped the lessons and went to the public library instead and to a radio studio to watch a noontime show with singers and a band. Thus, our course in life is set.
Gary M Galles
Dr Gary Galles is a Professor of Economics at Pepperdine. His research focuses on public finance, public choice, the theory of the firm, the organisation of industry and the role of liberty, including the views of many classical liberals and America’s founders.His books include Pathways to Policy Failure, Faulty Premises, Faulty Policies, Apostle of Peace, and Lines of Liberty.
Gavriel Merkado is Founder and CEO of REalyse, the UK's leading real estate data system. Having previously worked in quantitative strategy with several hedge funds before moving into real estate with companies like Quintain and Essential living he sought to find a way to bring the data analytics capabilities of finance to the world of property. The award winning REalyse platform is now in use by leading financial and real estate firms alike.
George Freeman MP is the Chair of the Conservative Policy Forum and the Founder of the Capital Ideas Foundation and the Big Tent Ideas Festival. He is the current Conservative Member of Parliament for Mid Norfolk.
George Johnston is the founder of Tech Connect, which operates Tech.London, the Mayor of London’s platform for harnessing the power of the capital’s tech ecosystem.
George Magnus is an independent economist and commentator, an Associate at the China Centre, Oxford University, and an adviser to some asset management companies. He is a regular contributor to the Financial Times, Prospect Magazine and other written media, and appears regularly on BBC TV and radio, Bloomberg TV and other outlets.
George Trefgarne is founder of Boscobel & Partners, a communications firm.
George Baker has held a licence to train racehorses for the past ten years, and has trained approaching 400 winners. Royal Ascot and Group race successes have been the highlights, as well as winners around the globe, including in Dubai, Istanbul, St Moritz and across Europe. Prior to embarking on a career as a racehorse trainer, George 'spent far too long shouting down telephones in the City'. His last "proper" job was with Baring Securities.
George Magnus is a research associate at SOAS in London, and Oxford University’s China Centre, and the author of the just published 'Red Flags: Why Xi’s China is in Jeopardy'.
Gerald P Dwyer
Gerald P Dwyer is a Professor and BB&T Scholar at Clemson University. From 1997 to 2012, he served as Director of the Center for Financial Innovation and Stability and Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Dwyer’s research has appeared in leading economics and finance journals, as well as publications by the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and St Louis. He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Financial Stability, Economic Inquiry and Finance Research Letters. He is a past President and member of the Executive Committee of the Association of Private Enterprise Education. He is also a founding member of the Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, an organisation for which he served as President and Treasurer. Dwyer earned his PhD in Economics at the University of Chicago, his MA in Economics at the University of Tennessee, and his BBA in Business, Government and Society at the University of Washington.
Glenn R. Mueller is a Professor at the University of Denver Burns School of Real Estate & Construction Management.
Graeme Archer is a writer and statistician.
Graham is the editor of Estate Agent Today and Letting Agent Today, Graham can be found tweeting all things property @PropertyJourn
Graham Walpole is a solicitor by training and spent the majority of his career as Senior Vice President at IMG, the world's leading sports and entertainment marketing agency. Roles at IMG included running the European Legal Department, managing IMG Asia's sports business out of Hong Kong and setting up IMG's European Consulting division. Since leaving IMG, Graham has had a variety of positions including CEO roles at Lyndhurst Racing (the team arm of A1GP, World Cup of Motorsport), at London Irish RFC and presently at KICCA Media, a new sports/lifestyle content media business operating in partnership with leading Premier League footballers.
Grumpy Old Estate Agent
Grumpy is an estate agent with many years on the clock. He’s been abused by the public and shafted by his former partners. He is now just a miserable old s*d. He has a dislike of the colour purple. He can be found on Twitter @GrumpyOldEA
Guy Tcheau and Norman Miller
Guy Tcheau is Managing Director of Principal Real Estate Investors, and Norman Miller, PhD, is Ernest Hahn Chair and Professor of Real Estate Finance at the Burnham-Moore Center for Real Estate, University of San Diego School of Business.
Guy Heald has spent most of his career in banking, not only specialising in markets but also in general management positions overseeing all aspects of banking,including property lending. He has worked in London, New York and Tokyo and is familiar with companies' needs for financing and managing interest rate, liquidity and foreign exchange risks. He worked for Brown Shipley, Chemical Bank and HSBC where he was Head of Global Markets and Chief Executive of HSBC Japan. After leaving banking in 2003 he has served as an advisor, non executive director and trustee of several charities as well as managing a number of family companies. These companies are mainly property-based as their assets are farmland, residential properties and hotels.
Guy Opperman MP is Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions and the author of 'All Hands on Deck', published by the Centre for Policy Studies.
Hans Vrensen and Dennis Schoenmaker
Harnesh Fhalora is Head of Sales at The Investment Room.
Harry Hyman is a British property entrepreneur. In 1994 he founded Primary Health Properties, a company based on the idea of purchasing primary healthcare premises and leasing them back to NHS GPs through indirect property investment.
Harry Phibbs is a journalist and blogger.
Heather Knight is a Senior Archaeologist at MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology).
Heidi Learner serves as Savills Chief Economist, based in the firm’s New York City headquarters. Heidi regularly writes for Impacts, Savills global thought leadership publication and research programme.
Helen Dale won the Miles Franklin Award for her first novel, The Hand that Signed the Paper, and read law at Oxford. Her most recent novel, Kingdom of the Wicked, was shortlisted for the Prometheus Award for science fiction.
Helena Page is a consultant at ComRes.
Henry Franklin is a partner at Tritax, having joined the group in 2008. A qualified solicitor, he is responsible for the structuring and operation of the Tritax Group funds. He was previously a partner at Fladgate, where he specialised in the structuring of commercial property funds.
Henry Hill is Assistant Editor of ConservativeHome.
Henry Williams is a writer based in London.
Henry Chin is Head of Research, Asia Pacific, CBRE
Henry Hamilton, Associate, Responsible Investment, Ruffer*
Hermione Davies is Investment Director at Ruffer. Previously Managing Director of Bessemer Group (UK), she was Chief Investment Officer of the group’s non–US investments. She graduated from Oxford and started her career at NatWest Bank prior to becoming a fund manager of a Japanese-Pacific Unit Trust at Guinness Mahon & Co.
Himanshu Khandelwal is Managing Director of Asas Capital. Prior to this, Himanshu worked as a portfolio manager in India’s largest financial services company, Kotak Securities, with assets of over US$400 million under management. He also held analyst roles in reputable firms like CNBC and Bank of Baroda. He is a CFA charter holder and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from IBS Hyderabad.
Houston Morris is an architect. He was born in Philadelphia and raised in Scotland. He has a degree in Economics from Harvard University and qualified as an architect in 1998 after studying at the Architectural Association and University College London. In 2003 he set up Houston Morris Architects, a practice which advises on master planning, design, interiors and furniture for both new and historic residential buildings. In 2008 he set up Lightform Properties, a property company which develops unusual sites in London. He works predominantly in London and the South of England and has also completed projects in Scotland, the United States and Switzerland.
Hugh Carveth is a Research Analyst for the Legatum Institute’s Effective Government programme.
Hugh Lenon is the Chairman of Phoenix Equity Partners.
Ian Acheson is a senior adviser to the Counter Extremism Project.
Ian Lambert is an Investment Partner at Hartnell Taylor Cook.
Ian Mulheirn is the Executive Director and Chief Economist of Renewing the Centre at the Tony Blair Institute. He was previously Director of Consulting at Oxford Economics, a global economic consulting company, and Director of the Social Market Foundation, a Westminster public policy think tank specialising in economic research and policy design. Prior to that Ian was an economist at HM Treasury. He tweets at @ianmulheirn.
Ian Fletcher is Director of Policy (Real Estate) at the British Property Federation (BPF) – the trade association for the property investment sector. Ian speaks for the sector and his team covers a wide range of housing, commercial property, planning and sustainability issues. He was a member of the government’s Montague Review Group, which examined how to encourage greater institutional investment in rented housing, and is a long term champion of the nascent Build to Rent sector. He has also recently helped the government review the case for making client money protection compulsory for letting agents. Away from the BPF, Ian has recently stepped down from chairing the committee of management which regulates the quality of private student accommodation in the UK. Ian was formerly Head of Policy and Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce. He has also worked in banking and teaching, and holds professional qualifications in finance and market research, and is an honourary Fellow of the Institute of Residential Property Management. He is married, with one young son.
Ian Stewart is Deloitte's Chief Economist in the UK.
Ilana Cantor is a research intern at the Adam Smith Institute
Independent Strategy is an independent research company who provides institutional investors with the best research on world-wide strategy and asset allocation.
J.P. Koning is a financial writer and blogger with interests in monetary economics, economic history, finance, and fintech. He has worked as an equity researcher at a Canadian brokerage firm and a financial writer and publisher at a large Canadian bank. More recently, he has written several papers for R3, a distributed ledger company, on the topics of central bank cryptocurrency and cross border payments. He founded the popular blog Moneyness in 2012. He designs economics and financial wallcharts at Financial Graph & Art.
Jack Acland is a farm investment analyst at Craigmore.
Jack Brown is a Senior Researcher at Centre for London and joined in May 2018. His research interests include governance, development and regeneration, and the history of London.
Mr. Cohen has been involved in the Commercial Real Estate Finance World in the US for 38 years as an investor and service provider. Currently, Mr. Cohen is a Managing Partner at 3650 REIT and is making short term and long term fixed rate commercial real estate loans to entrepreneurial users of capital in the US. These views are the views of Mr. Cohen alone and not representative of those of his partners at 3650 REIT.
Jack Cox and Mark Cartlich
Jack Powell and Matt Gillow
James Agar is Head of Residential at Schroder Real Estate Investment Management.
James Bovard is the author of 10 books, including Public Policy Hooligan, Attention Deficit Democracy, The Bush Betrayal and Lost Rights: The Destruction of American Liberty. He has written for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Playboy, Washington Post, New Republic, Reader’s Digest and many other publications. He is a member of the USA Today Board of Contributors, a frequent contributor to The Hill and a contributing editor for American Conservative
James Breeze is Senior Director - Global Head of Industrial & Logistics Research at CBRE.
James Gulliford is Joint Head of UK Commercial investment at Savills, having started his career there 23 years ago.
James Heywood is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Policy Studies.
James Nicholls is the Chairman of Maddox Gallery.
James Roberts is Chief Economist at Independent Property Analysis.
James Rogers and Seely MP
Bob Seely MP is Member of Parliament for the Isle of Wight and a Member of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee. James Rogers is Director of the Global Britain Programme at the Henry Jackson Society.
James Snell is a British writer whose work has appeared in National Review, Prospect and History Today
James Fenner is founder and MD of Silk Road (www.wearesilkroad.com) and Co-Founder of Optim. He set up Silk Road four years ago to shake up the property marketing landscape. Previously James’s only property experience was running the marketing for the highly successful Fitzroy Place scheme. In the 15 years prior he worked with brands such as: Coca-Cola, Levi’s, Citibank, Schweppes, Southern Comfort, Habitat, Audi, Volkswagen, Rio Tinto and Unilever. He brings knowledge of how other sectors work to property, endeavouring to haul it into the 21st century.
James Sproule is Director of the Legatum Institute’s Effective Government programme.
Jamie Whyte is the director of research at the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Jan Brzeski is Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Arixa Capital Advisors, LLC, based in Los Angeles.
Jane Parry is Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and HRM, University of Southampton.
Jane Player is a mediator at IPOS Mediation.
Jasson Urbach is an economist and a director at the Free Market Foundation, an independent, South Africa-based think tank.
Jeanette Rice is CBRE’s Americas Head of Multifamily Research and real estate economist.
Jeffrey A. Tucker
Jeffrey A. Tucker is Editorial Director for the American Institute for Economic Research. He is the author of many thousands of articles in the scholarly and popular press and eight books in 5 languages, most recently The Market Loves You. He is also the editor of The Best of Mises. He speaks widely on topics of economics, technology, social philosophy, and culture.
Jeffrey Bonas's experiences range from having been chairman of public companies to having assisted with the property portfolio of his Oxford college where he has been a Fellow.
Jeffrey D. Fisher
Jeffrey D. Fisher, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Real Estate at the Indiana University, Visiting Professor at Johns Hopkins University and president of the Homer Hoyt Institute. He is also the Research and Educational Consultant to the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF) and Chief Data Officer for RealNex. He is a coauthor of Real Estate Finance and Investments published by McGraw-Hill and now in its 16th edition and used by universities throughout the world in different languages.
Jennifer Fritzsche is CFO, Manager and board member of Canopy Spectrum – a company focused on the wireless spectrum space. Prior to this role, she served as Managing Director and senior equity analyst at Wells Fargo Securities for 25 years, where she has focused on the telecoms, cable, data centre and tower sectors. During her tenure at Wells, Fritzsche received top rankings from Institutional Investor in the communications infrastructure space in each of the last four years (2017-20). She has made numerous media appearances and has often been a guest on Bloomberg and CNBC, speaks at many of the industry and trade conferences and often is asked to participate in Washington, D.C. regulatory telecom seminars and events. In addition to her role at Canopy Spectrum, she is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
Jeremy Bayard is the founder and Managing Director of Ace Farming Company – Australia’s largest dairy farming company that operates more than 25 farms and milks approximately 16,000 cows.
Jethro Elsden is a Data Analyst at the Centre for Policy Studies.
Jim McCue was joint editor with Christopher Ricks of the annotated edition of The Poems of T. S. Eliot (which was Book of the Year in the Times Literary Supplement). He works as a freelance editor and gives writing seminars for sixth formers.
EY Oceania chief economist
Joakim Book is a writer, researcher and editor on all things money, finance and financial history. He holds a masters degree from the University of Oxford and has been a visiting scholar at the American Institute for Economic Research in 2018 and 2019. His work has been featured in the Financial Times, FT Alphaville, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Svenska Dagbladet, Zero Hedge, The Property Chronicle and many other outlets. He is a regular contributor and co-founder of the Swedish liberty site Cospaia.se, and a frequent writer at CapX, NotesOnLiberty, and HumanProgress.org.
Joe Tulasiewicz is a Senior Consultant at ComRes.
Joe Valente, Managing Director, is the Head of Research and Strategy for the European Real Estate Group at JP Morgan Asset Management. Joe and his team are responsible for identifying strategic investment opportunities for institutional and high net worth investors. Before joining JP Morgan, Joe was responsible for the investment strategy at Allianz Real estate. The strategy team was responsible for defining and helping to implement the global real estate investment strategy for the Group. Prior to this he was a director and Global Head of Research at DTZ. During this time he led a team of 150 analysts worldwide. He was responsible for the house view on global markets as well as advising a large number of investment clients on global real estate investment markets.
Joe Ware is a journalist and writer that works in the field of international development.
John Ashmore is Deputy Editor of CapX.
John C. Hulsman
Dr. John C. Hulsman is Chairman of the global political risk consultancy John C. Hulsman Enterprises, and author of 'To Dare More Boldly; The Audacious Story of Political Risk'.
John Colley is Professor of Practice, Associate Dean, at the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.
John Hemmings is Director of the Asia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society.
John Kingham is the editor of UK Value Investor, the investment newsletter for defensive value investors. With a professional background in software analysis, John's approach to high yield, low risk investing is based on the Benjamin Graham tradition of being systematic and fact-based, rather than speculative. John is also the author of The Defensive Value Investor: A Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Building a High Yield, Low Risk Share Portfolio. His website can be found at: www.ukvalueinvestor.com.
John Lloyd is an FT contributing editor and co-founded the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford, in 2016.
John Macdonald is Head of Government Affairs at the Adam Smith Institute.
John Mills is an entrepreneur, economist and author. His latest book is 'Left Behind: Why voters deserted social democracy - and how to win them back'.
John O'Connell is chief executive of the Taxpayers' Alliance
John Sears leads Cushman and Wakefield's Australian research team and has over 30 years’ experience in property and financial markets in both Australia and across the globe. The team supports Cushman & Wakefield and their clients with market data and analysis that helps to identify what’s next for commercial real estate.
John Tamny, research fellow of the American Institute for Economic Research, is editor of RealClearMarkets. His book on current ideological trends is They Are Both Wrong (AIER, 2019).
John Myers is co-founder of London YIMBY, a grassroots campaign to end the housing crisis with the support of local people.
John graduated in Agriculture and was awarded the Wood Prize for best student in the subject and a College Scholarship. After holding a research fellowship and lectureship at Nottingham University, John’s subsequent career has spanned the public, private and charitable sectors with 20 years at chief executive level. John has held numerous regional and national posts and his last full time post was as Chief Executive of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. Current roles include chairman of the Amenity Forum, a Forestry & Woodlands Advisory Committee and Mercia Community Forest. He is a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Societies and the Institute of Agricultural Engineers and holds honorary Fellowships at both the University of Central Lancashire and Myerscough College and his chair is at De Montfort University. In 2004, he was awarded the OBE for services to agriculture and education and has recently been elected President at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, for the 2018/19 academic year.
John Myers is co-founder of London YIMBY, a grassroots campaign to end the housing crisis with the support of local people.
John Ratcliffe is President of The Futures Academy, which he founded in 2000, and a Fellow of Oxford Brookes University. Until 2009, he was a Director of the Dublin Institute of Technology, where he remains as Professor Emeritus. In the past, he has served as: Secretary-General of the World Futures Studies Federation; Vice-President of the European Futurists Conference; Chairman of the London Branch of the RICS, and first Chair of the Institution’s International Policy Committee; and, Chairman of the European Policy and Practice Committee for the Urban Land Institute. A prolific author and public orator, he has acted as a consultant to countries, cities, corporations, colleges and communities in the area of Strategic Foresight, and is currently conducting several projects in the fields of: “Cities of Tomorrow”; “Future Horizons for Global Real Estate”; and, “Anticipatory Leadership”. Familiarly, his favourite adage is Einstein’s: “Imagination is more important than knowledge”.
Jon Boone is a freelance journalist who was, until recently, based in Pakistan.
Listed in the first tier of mediator rankings of both the Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 directories (and in The International Who’s Who of Commercial Mediators), Jon is recognised as one of the busiest and most experienced mediators practising in the commercial field. CEDR accredited, Jon became a full-time mediator in May 2005, having spent almost twenty years as a solicitor in private practice, the last six as a partner in the disputes group of White & Case in London. Jon has acted as an expert in mediation, is a past Chair of the Mediation Committee of the International Bar Association and a member of CPR’s Panel of Distinguished Neutrals.
Jon Moynihan is Chairman of Ipex Capital, the Technology-focused Venture Capital company.
Jon Moynihan and Barnabas Reynolds
Jon Moynihan is Chairman of Ipex Capital, the Technology-focused Venture Capital company. Barnabas Reynolds is a partner at law firm Shearman & Sterling, and the author of 'A Blueprint for Brexit: The Future of Global Financial Services and Markets in the UK'.
Jonathan Marwood and Jonathan Gilbert
Jonathan Marwood and Jonathan Gilbert are both Partners at Hartnell Taylor Cook.
Trained as a stockbroker and barrister before moving into private client investment management in 1980, with Dunbar Fund Managers. Formerly Chief Investment Officer of Rathbone Bros plc. He established Ruffer Investment Management Limited in 1994, which transferred its investment business to Ruffer LLP in 2004.
Jonathan Davis is one of the UK's leading authors and commentators on stock market investment. He is the author of: Money Makers, Investing With Anthony Bolton and Templeton’s Way with Money. A former columnist on the Independent and the Financial Times, he is a regular contributor to The Spectator and Money Week. www.independent-investor.com www.money-makers.co . His most recent publication is The Investment Trust Handbook 2018.
Jonathan Dickins and Guy Hockley
Jonathan Dickins began his career at The Gillette Corporation and has been in the sports and leisure industry for over 30 years. He was a shareholder in a sports marketing firm before moving into golf development involving clubs, resorts and events including a spell representing Gary Player Group in Europe. He then joined a start-up credit card business (Sportscard) which floated on AIM. More recently his firm, JD Consulting, has not only continued to advise on golf developments but also on sports, leisure and play facilities required in and around residential development both outdoor and indoor. Guy Hockley leads Golden Age Golf Architecture Ltd (GAGA) – worldwide specialists in structural planning of golf estates, sports leisure and golf course design for a variety of developers including corporates, governments, resorts and private clubs. GAGA’s focus is increasingly on integrating real estate with green spaces combined with a number of different sports and leisure activities – including restructuring of existing facilities as imaginatively flexible golf courses of 6, 9, 12 or 18 holes to provide greater efficiency and vision of land use and development opportunities for real estate. Essentially - planning and design solutions for active, open-air C21st communities. In a 30 year career Guy has been lead architect for three of golf’s most significant names: Sir Nick Faldo, Gary Player and Hawtree Ltd, the world’s oldest golf design practice (est. 1912). A member of British and European Institutes of Golf Course Architecture since 1994, Guy is the only living European architect to have his original designs listed in both the UK’s and Continental Europe’s 'Top 100 courses' listings (four listed) and the only living UK architect with two golf course designs in the 'Top 100 Courses in UK and Ireland'.
Jonathan Reeve is our guest contributor from Wine Owners (www.wineowners.com), the fine wine collection management and investment platform based here in London. Jonathan came to Wine Owners in January, after eight years at the world's largest wine website and search engine, Wine-Searcher.com, where he wrote a 5000-page wine encyclopedia and went on to manage the company's market data channel. His academic background is in Linguistics (BA, Durham) and the Scrabble-worthy "Lexicography & Lexical Computing" (MSc, Information Technology Research Institute). When not poring over wine investment charts, or writing wine-related content, Jonathan can be found working on the website at WineOwners.com.
Jon Hollis works as a Senior Transport Researcher for the GLA Conservatives and is a former Chairman of Twickenham Conservative Assocation. He is writing in a personal capacity.
Jonn Elledge is a freelance journalist, formerly assistant editor of the New Statesman and editor of its sister site, CityMetric. Columns are the author's own opinion and doesn't necessarily reflect the views of CapX.
Jose Merino is Head of Development, International, at WeWork.
Joseph V. Amato is President and Chief Investment Officer of Equities at Neuberger Berman.
Joshua O’Malley, CFA, is Director of Capital Markets at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Jo Welman is an adviser to Epic Private Equity and the Non-Executive Director for ARK Syndicate Management Ltd, as well as advising several small companies and individuals on the structure and allocation of their investments. His previous roles have included managing balanced portfolios at Barings, Managing Director at Rea Brothers (Investment Management) Ltd, and Executive Chairman at Brit Insurance Holdings Plc.
Julian Jessop is an independent economist and Economics Fellow at the IEA. He has over thirty years of experience, including stints at HM Treasury, HSBC and Capital Economics. He now works mainly with thinktanks and educational charities, and is a regular in the media.
Julie Webb has a degree in Fine Art Valuation, a Diploma from the Chartered Insurance Institute and over 35 years’ experience working closely with high net worth individuals, family offices and stately homes, Julie has a multitude of long-term client relationships and also very much enjoys onboarding new clients. Julie joined Aston Lark 10 years ago, having previously worked for HSBC Insurance Brokers, Heartwood Wealth Management (now Handelsbanken Wealth) and law firm, Cripps Pemberton Greenish.
Kai Weiss is a Research Fellow at the Austrian Economics Center.
Karla is a fund manager writing under a pseudonym.
Kate Tudor is senior lecturer in criminology at Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Kay Van-Petersen is a global macro strategist at Saxo Bank Group.
Keith Parry and Matthew Smith
Keith Parry is Deputy Head Of Department in the Department of Sport & Event Management, Bournemouth University. Matthew Smith is Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Winchester.
Kenny Loh is a senior consultant and REITs specialist at Singapore’s top independent financial adviser. He is also a certified financial planner, REIT trainer for the Singapore Exchange, and a certified trainer by the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore. His personal investment blog is at http://mystocksinvesting.com.
Kerrigan Procter is CEO of Legal & General Capital.
Kevin Dowd is professor of finance and economics at the University of Durham.
Kevin is an economist but he asks that you don’t hold that against him. He runs Rational Research, which focuses on strategic advice on market and economic issues to corporates, investors and banks. Kevin was Head of International Research and Asset Allocation at Nomura, Chief Markets Economist at RBS Markets and Chief European Economist and Equity Strategist at UBS. He has no need for physics envy: he studied Physics as an undergrad before moving on to a PhD in Economics.
Kim Politzer is Director of Research, European Real Estate, at Fidelity International.
Kiran Raichura is Senior Property Economist at Capital Economics and runs its US commercial property service.
Kok Keong Tan
Kok Keong Tan has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate industry in the areas of real estate valuation, research and consultancy, equity research and venture creation in the fintech world. He has worked in the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Merrill Lynch, Pacific Star Holdings and OrangeTee. In 2012, he spearheaded the setting up of an asset management advisory firm, Asian Acre Advisors in Yangon, Myanmar. In 2014, he returned to Singapore to set up a boutique real estate consultancy, REMS Advisors. He also co-founded Fundplaces, an alternative real estate investment platform.
Konstantinos Venetis, Senior Economist at TS Lombard.
Kristian Niemietz is Head of Health and Welfare at the IEA.
Krittika Ray is an Economics student at the London School of Economics.
Leigh Sparks is Professor of Retail Studies and Deputy Principal, University of Stirling.
Leigh Shore is a shipping professional with many years' experience. Leigh Shore is a pseudonym.
Len Shackleton is an Editorial and Research Fellow at the IEA and Professor of Economics at the University of Buckingham.
Leo Austin is a UK-based businessman. He is Senior Advisor to The Conference Board China Centre.
Capital Markets Specialist, CBRE Research, Asia Pacific
Leo Chung and Tom Moffat
Leo Chung is Capital Markets Specialist, CBRE Research, Asia Pacific and Tom Moffat is Head of Capital Markets Asia.
Director, Research & Analysis CBRE
Liam Fox and David Dingle
Liam Fox is Secretary of State for International Trade. David Dingle is chairman of Maritime UK.
Professor Linda Yueh is a Visiting Professor at LSE IDEAS and Chair of the LSE Economic Diplomacy Commission. She is also a Fellow in Economics at St Edmunds Hall, University of Oxford, and Adjunct Fellow at London Business School.
Liz Mason is a Senior Director, Planning at CBRE UK
Louis left Paribas in 1999 to launch Gavekal Research with Charles Gave and Anatole Kaletsky in London. In 2002, Louis left the London office and returned to Hong Kong; the idea at the time was that Asia was set to become an ever more important factor in global growth and that, consequently, Gavekal needed to offer its clients more information, and more ideas, relating to Asia. Since then, Louis has been living in Hong Kong from where he oversees Gavekal’s money management business. Nonetheless, Louis contributes episodically to the research. Louis has written five books, though none since the publication in 2012 of Too Different for Comfort (e-version available for free download here) a book which reviewed how the rise of robotics, the demographic transition in China, and shale-induced lower energy prices would transform the world. Louis frequently speaks at industry events and is often quoted in the financial media.
Lucian Cook is a head of Savills’ UK Residential Research department. He is one of the country’s most authoritative housing market commentators, having been a director in Savills' much-respected research team since 2007. As an industry figurehead he regularly presents on the UK housing markets and frequently appears on radio and television. Lucian joined Savills in 1993 after completing a degree in Land Economy at the University of Cambridge. He qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1995. As a practising surveyor he specialised in the provision of valuation advice for taxation, loan security and dispute resolution purposes and strategic management advice for a range of private and institutional clients. At Savills he leads a team of 25 highly respected researchers. Collectively they cover everything from social housing to the prime markets of central London and development land to residential investment. He edits The Residential Property Spotlights and has written extensively on the prime housing markets, proposals for the reform of the taxation of high value property, the demand for private rented housing and opportunities for institutional investment in the residential sector. He is jointly responsible for formulating and presenting Savills' views on the residential property and development land markets to a range of clients and journalists. He provides consultancy advice to landowners, developers, housebuilders and investors.
Lucky Dube is an intern at the Centre for Policy Studies.
Luis Pablo de la Horra
Luis Pablo de la Horra is a Spanish finance graduate.
Lydia Brissy is responsible for Savills research into the retail, industrial, leisure and office property markets throughout Europe. After starting her career with Savills in the Beijing office, managing key clients within the residential team, she returned to her home country in 2002 to create Savills' Paris office's research department, which she then ran for four years, before joining the Savills European research team in 2006.
Macky O’Sullivan is a member of international law firm King & Spalding’s Africa practice. He has extensive experience advising on transactions across Africa and has been recognised by Who’s Who Legal as a leading private funds lawyer.
Madeline Grant is Digital Officer of the IEA.
Malcolm Frodsham and Steven Devaney
Malcolm Frodsham is a Director at Real Estate Strategies, and Steven Devaney is Associate Professor in Real Estate Appraisal at Henley Business School.
Manish is a senior partner of Clearbell Capital LLP and is Chairman of the Investment Committee. With over 30 years of real estate experience, he is involved in all aspects of the business.
Graduating in Economics, Sociology and Statistics in 1978, Marc has worked with a wide variety of organisations from both the financial and real economy and has been involved with a number of different research groups. Joining Sandaire as CIO in 2009, Marc was responsible for managing portfolios comprising public quoted instruments, private equity and third party managers. Prior to Sandaire Marc was CIO of Thomas Miller Investment Ltd, where he spent over 5 years managing asset allocation and investment strategies for a range of clients. Prior to this, he was chief economist for Societe Generale, Swiss Bank Corporation and Baring Brothers. In addition, he has been a member of a number of Investment Advisory Boards and acted as an economic advisor to companies. In 2017 Marc became Global Strategist for Sandaire. Marc is currently a director of the Horizon’s programme for Innovation Insights, a contemporary network and learning environment for the leaders of tomorrow. Marc was the founding Chairman of the Wigmore Association, a global collaboration of seven family office partners. He is also honoured to be an elected member since 1990 of the Conference of Business Economics in the United States.
Marc Gilbard has been the CEO of Moorfield since 1996 and has led Moorfield’s transformation from a small company listed on the London Stock Exchange into one of the leading UK real estate private equity fund managers. Marc initially specialised in investment and development finance and then became a top-rated real estate equity analyst and advisor prior to becoming a private equity investor. In October 2011, the Howard de Walden Estate appointed Marc to its Board as a Non-Executive Director and in April 2016 Marc became Chairman of Audley Retirement Villages. Marc is a Policy Committee Member of the British Property Federation, a Member of the Property Advisory Group to the Bank of England, a Member of the British Venture Capital Association, a Member of the Investment Property Forum and a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Mariana Mazzaferri and Dr. Nicole Lux
Mariana Mazzaferri, is a Real Estate Consultant with specialisation on the Spanish Debt Market holding a MSc in Real Estate Finance from Cass Business School. She co-authored the Cass Spanish Lending Survey along Dr. Nicole Lux. Dr. Nicole Lux, is leader and author of the Cass Real Estate Lending Research Project. She also works as a Debt Advisor at AFA REIM.
Marian L. Tupy
Marian L. Tupy is senior policy analyst at the Cato Institute's Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity.
Marissa Oberlander is a senior research analyst at CBRE, leading office research within the Chicago region’s market research team.
Mark Bridgeman is President of the Country Land and Business Association
Mark Newson-Smith spent his City career trading on the London Metal Exchange working for several banks and hedge funds. Drawing on his contacts from a 25-year career in finance and commodities, he now services high-net-worth clients in the UK and overseas.
Mark Within is the Family Business Consultant at KPMG (https://home.kpmg.com/uk/en/home.html)
Mark Cartlich is a director of Argento Capital Markets, a boutique corporate advisory firm specialising in the property sector, established in 2012. He started his career with Coopers & Lybrand after graduating from Cambridge University. He joined Baring Securities in 1993 and after the takeover by ING he built up the EMEA Real Estate team, which was top rated by Extel in 2008. He moved to Nomura Securities in the same year, as Head of the Property and Infrastructure Research team across global emerging markets and was subsequently the Head of GEMs Property and Infrastructure Research at Religare Capital Markets from 2009 to 2012. After two years covering property and infrastructure companies at the independent research firm Edison, he moved to Sanlam Securities’ UK broking business as Head of the Property and Infrastructure team, before joining Argento in 2016.
Described as “the best commercial dealmaker in the market” Mark Jackson-Stops has been a full-time mediator since the mid 1990s and founded In Place of Strife, the Mediation Chambers in 1995. He has since become recognised as “one of the great mediators in the country”, having conducted over 1,400 mediations. Two decades practising as a Chartered Surveyor from 1973 lent him an unsurpassable insight into certain specialist areas of expertise including property development, investment and management, as well as tenant negotiations and valuations. His mediation practice now covers commercial disputes of every kind. Mark is an Associate of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators, Member Emeritus of PIM Senior Mediators and Panel Member of the Court of Appeal’s civil mediation scheme. In Place of Strife’s panel of highly experienced and top rated mediators can be found at www.mediate.co.uk
Mark Roberts joined the wine trade as a graduate trainee for John Harvey & Sons in 1986. However, rather than piling into the Bristol Cream, he instead found himself based in the wine merchant division’s London office in Pall Mall. From there, he swapped SW1 for NW1, joining Laytons, and then skulked south of the Thames to SE1, Charles Taylor Wines, in 1996. He now works for Decorum Vintners Ltd, which he helped set up in 1999, and where the focus is very much on the offerings of small wine-growers, specialising in France and Italy.
Martha Peyton, PhD, CRE, is Managing Director, Global Head of Real Assets Research, at Aegon Asset Management.
Martin Baber is a consultant within the commercial maritime industry with over 16 years of professional experience. Having gained a wide breath of sector exposure from setting new trading desks to advising new investors on maritime ventures he is well positioned to help others gain relevant shipping knowledge. He holds an Executive MBA from Imperial College and prior to his commercial shipping career Martin was a Captain in the Parachute Regiment, HM Forces. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Martin Baxter is the founder and CEO of Electoral Calculus, a political and research consultancy.
Martin Schwarzburg is arranging finance for emerging market infrastructure, energy and real estate projects as an emerging market banker with Brigg Macadam. He previously served as Global COO Real Estate for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) .
Martin Schwarzburg and Tim Green
Martin Schwarzburg is based near Zagreb, consulting with clients on a variety of strategic and operational topics with a focus on international markets, real estate and private equity. He previously served as Global COO Real Estate for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) and Finance Director Europe for AIG Global Real Estate. Tim Green has been helping real estate businesses with their senior recruitment needs for over 20 years. He has worked with a wide variety of businesses both in the UK and overseas. He also runs a quarterly real estate CFO breakfast forum with BDO Real Estate.
Martin Hole farms at Montague on the wetlands of the Pevensey Levels in East Sussex. Part family-owned and part rented, the 300ha organic enterprise provides a home to about 150 cattle and nearly 2,000 head of sheep, with a small diversification into residential property and a fledgling green tourism business. A former RSPB UK Lapwing Champion, Martin remains fascinated by the provision of wilderness whilst trying to keep the farm intact for three daughters.
Martyn King is a Financials analyst at Edison Investment Research (www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com).
Matein Khalid is Chief Investment Officer and Partner at Asas Capital. He is responsible for global investment strategies, merchant banking, and the development of the multi-family office investment platform, advising ultra-high net worth royal and family offices in the UAE on global equities markets and foreign exchange.
Matt Gillow is a student at Leeds University and a local coordinator for the TaxPayers' Alliance.
Matt Kilcoyne is Head of Communications at the Adam Smith Institute.
Matt McLennan is a Senior Associate at Kidder Mathews specializing in industrial leasing and sales in South King and Pierce counties. He excels in adding value and negotiating on his clients’ behalf. Matt’s tireless work ethic and positive attitude allow him to maximize returns in all transactions he participates in. His ability to quickly build relationships enables him to move at a fast pace, ultimately savings his clients’ time and money.
Matt Ridley is a journalist and author.
Matt Singh is the founder of Number Cruncher Politics.
Matthew Leonard is an Investment Associate in the Hines UK acquisitions team. He graduated from the University of St Andrews with a MA First Class Honors in international relations and received a MPhil in real estate finance from Christ’s College at the University of Cambridge.
Matthew Lesh is the Head of Research at the Adam Smith Institute
Matthew Lord is the Senior Sales Director of Maddox Gallery.
Matthew Walaszek is Research Director – Global Industrial and Logistics at CBRE.
Max Borders is author of After Collapse: The End of America and the Rebirth of Her Ideals and The Social Singularity: A Decentralist Manifesto. Max is also co-founder of the event experience Future Frontiers and founder of Social Evolution, an organisation dedicated to liberating humanity and solving social problems through innovation.
Max Gulker is an economist and writer who joined AIER in 2015. His research focuses on two main areas: policy and technology. On the policy side, Gulker looks at how issues like poverty and access to education can be addressed with voluntary, decentralized approaches that don’t interfere with free markets.
Melina Cordero is Americas Head of Retail Research for CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services company. She analyzes the influence of industry and consumer trends on retail real estate for clients and for CBRE’s more than 500 retail professionals in the Americas. Ms. Cordero, based in Washington, D.C., joined CBRE in 2016 after working for three years for U.K.-based data and consumer-analytics company Path Intelligence. Earlier in her career, she worked as a global industry analyst tracking retail and consumer-goods industries for Euromonitor International in London and for the U.K. Parliament in urban planning and business policy research. Ms. Cordero wrote her Master’s thesis on shopping center development and consumer behavior in Brazilian cities. Follow her on Twitter at @melinascordero.
Malcolm Frodsham is a Director at Real Estate Strategies.
Michael S. Day MBA FRICS FNAEA FARLA is the Managing Director of Integra Property Service, Director of teclet, and a founder member of Agents Together.
Partner at King & Spalding, Mike Rainey, advises lenders and borrowers in connection with their financing needs, focusing on project finance in the GCC and real estate finance and investment in Europe and the GCC.
Michael Shaoul, PhD is the Chairman and CEO of Marketfield Asset Management and the portfolio manager for Marketfield Fund and Marketfield George Town, SPC. He is one of the founding partners of Marketfield, formed in 2007, having previously served as CEO of Oscar Gruss & Son Inc. He is the Treasurer of American Friends of Tel Aviv University and a member of the Board of North American Friends of Manchester University.
Michael Walton founded Rynda Property Investors LLP - an independent FCA regulated real estate investment house - in September 2005. Michael is a Chartered Surveyor with over 30 years’ industry experience. His skill-sets include structuring real estate joint ventures and funds in Europe for institutional, shari’ah and high net worth investors and the subsequent deployment of capital. Rynda establishes investment products across the risk spectrum and via local teams proactively manages the assets acquired to maximise net operating incomes and investment performance. Rynda always seeks to back its judgement by co-investing with its clients. Though focusing primarily on Western Europe, Michael is also familiar with both Scandinavian and Middle Eastern markets. Prior to setting up Rynda, he was a Managing Director at Citigroup Property Investors (1998-2005) where he was responsible for all investment strategies throughout Europe. Michael has previously worked at Lazard Brothers & Co. Ltd (1994-1998) and Touche Ross (1992-1994) and holds an MBA from Cass Business School and an MA from the University of Cambridge.
Mike Jones is Course Director MA (Music Industries) at the University of Liverpool.
Matthew Soffair is Research Manager, Retail and Leisure Real Assets at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM).
Mike Patrick is a chartered surveyor with over 30 years’ experience in the real estate fund management industry in the UK and Canada. He has an MBA from the Cranfield School of Management and since 2008 has been lecturing in valuation and investment at Oxford Brookes University. Prior to joining Brookes he had held roles with a number of major fund managers including Henderson, Legal & General, Morgan Grenfell, Grosvenor and CSFB.
Miles Davis is a guest contributor from Wine Owners (www.wineowners.com), the fine wine collection management and investment platform based here in London. Miles is a professional wine consultant working in the fine wine market. He has been a wine collector for thirty years and managed wine investment funds between 2006-17 for Wine Asset Managers LLP.
Miles Kimball holds the Eaton Chair in Economics at the University of Colorado Boulder, and is Emeritus Professor of Economics and Survey Research of the University of Michigan. (Born in 1960, he is now 57.) Politically, Miles is an independent who grew up in an apolitical family. He holds many strong opinions—open to revision in response to cogent arguments—that do not line up neatly with either the Republican or Democratic Party.
Milosz Papst is an Edison Analyst.
MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) has been working with the property development sector to uncover the history buried beneath our streets for over 40 years. The largest archaeology and built heritage practice in the country, they help their commercial partners to achieve planning consent swiftly and expertly and make sure that the development sector’s investment in archaeological research makes an impact through its research and engagement programmes. In this series of articles the specialists from MOLA share some of their amazing discoveries and research. Find out more about MOLA’s services and research and engagement project at www.mola.org.uk.
Morgan Schondelmeier is Head of Development at the Adam Smith Institute
Mustafa Kheriba is the Group Chief Operating Officer of Abu Dhabi Financial Group (ADFG), and Executive Director of the Company's Investment Manager, ADCM Ltd. He manages the investment activities and platforms of ADFG and its subsidiaries, including business development, deal origination, fund raising and key investments globally. Mustafa also currently serves as Executive Director of Integrated Alternative Finance, Board Member of Spadille Ltd., Executive Director of Northacre Plc, Board Member and Managing Director of Reem Finance, Executive Director of Integrated Securities and Integrated Eastern European Fund, in addition to being Non-Executive Director at Qannas Investments Limited. Additionally, Mustafa is a Board Director and Managing Director of Gulf Finance Company UAE and KSA. Mustafa previously held senior posts in financial services and investment companies in the GCC, USA and Canada. He has been named among the top 50 MENA Fund Managers in the 2015 and 2016 annual survey conducted by MENA FM. Mustafa holds a BA from the University of Toronto, and an MBA from Ohio Dominican University with Magna Cum Laude honours.
Nana Adu Ampofo
Joint Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Songhai Advisory, Nana is an experienced and well-networked British and Ghanaian business leader dedicated to facilitating the growth and development of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. In this role, Nana has led the Songhai team in delivering on business and political risk projects for organisations of international repute, including various private equity and hedge fund groups, the Overseas Development Institute, the British Council, UK Trade and Invest and global executive search firm, Russell Reynolds. Before launching Songhai Advisory with Kissy Agyeman-Togobo, Nana worked with the international market intelligence firm IHS as an economic and political risk specialist, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the UK’s Department of Trade and Industry. Nana may be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Napoleon Bonnacord-Smith runs the alternative asset team within a well-known City firm. After too many years spent in M&A, capital markets and fund management, he now eyes every potential opportunity with a well-practised cynical eye.
Nathan Sheets is Chief Economist and Head of Macroeconomic Research at PGIM Fixed Income.
Nayan Vinod Thakurani
Nayan is a second-year land economist at the University of Cambridge. Having grown up in Hong Kong and Shanghai, he has been lucky enough to witness the spectacular pace of the region’s growth. Nayan’s primary academic interests include behavioural economics, public law, cities, and sustainable development. He is based in Cambridge and Singapore.
Nigel Burbidge is a Partner at BDO.
Neil Woodford has more than thirty years’ experience in the UK fund management industry and has consistently delivered outstanding long-term performance to his investors. Neil was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2013 for services to the economy and, in the same year, announced his intention to set up his own fund management business. Established in 2014, Woodford currently manages more than £10bn of assets for retail and institutional investors.
Neil Sarkhel is on the investment team at Newcore Capital, a private equity fund manager targeting real estate that is resilient to the deflationary effects of technology and the internet. Prior to Newcore, Neil was on the investment team at Brockton Capital and the real estate transactions team at Goldman Sachs. Neil holds a Bachelor's in Real Estate Finance from Cass Business School and a Master's in Real Estate Finance from the University of Cambridge.
Neil Shah is Director of Research at Edison.
Neil specialises in Commercial Real Estate, and is located in Blake Morgan's London office. His clients include private funds, family offices, property companies and high net worth individuals.
Nerissa Chesterfield is Communications Officer at the Institute for Economic Affairs
Neuberger Berman was founded in 1939 to do one thing: deliver compelling investment results to clients over the long term.
Nicholas Boys Smith
Nicholas Boys Smith is the founding director of Create Streets
Nick French and Lance Mercereau
Nick French is an experienced teacher of valuation for both the profession and universities, trading as Real Estate Valuation Theurgy. Lance Mercereau is Chief Revenue Officer at Coniq.
Nick French, Sarah Sayce and Ben Strange
Nick French is an experienced teacher of valuation for both the profession and universities. Trading as Real Estate Valuation Theurgy, he continues to write papers, presents conference papers and undertakes in-house training for the real estate profession at home and abroad. Sarah Sayce is part-time professor of sustainable real estate at the University of Reading and emeritus professor at Kingston University. Ben Strange is director of Mobius Building Consultancy.
Nick Jopling is a Senior Advisor of GAA and the Founding Partner of Square House Consultancy. He has over 20 years working in the UK residential investment market focusing on strategic and operational leadership.
Nick has spent a career in farming and the food supply chain, developing a particular interest in the perversity of politics as it effects much of the industry.
Nick French is an experienced teacher of valuation for both the profession and universities. Trading as Real Estate Valuation Theurgy, he continues to write papers, presents conference papers and undertakes in-house training for the real estate profession at home and abroad.
Nicolas Rabener is the Managing Director of FactorResearch, which provides quantitative solutions for factor investing. Previously he founded Jackdaw Capital, an award-winning quantitative investment manager focused on equity market neutral strategies.
Dr Nicole Lux, COO, FinLoop.com
Nigel Hawkins is a senior fellow at the Adam Smith Institute.
Nigel Wheeler was born into a hop and fruit growing Kentish family. He served as a schoolmaster in UK and New Zealand. He is a former magistrate and High Sheriff of Kent. He is an avid follower of sport, theatre and fine ale.
Nigel Wheeler was born into a hop and fruit growing Kentish family. He served as a schoolmaster in UK and New Zealand. He is a former magistrate and High Sheriff of Kent. He is an avid follower of sport, theatre and fine ale.
Nikodem Szumilo and Thomas Wigelmann
Dr. Nima Sanandaji is the president of the European Center for Entrepreneurship and author of some 30 policy books. His new book The Birthplace of Capitalism: The Middle East was recently published by Timbro.
Norm Miller and Michael Sklarz
Norman Miller, PhD, is the Hahn Chair of Real Estate Finance at the University of San Diego and Vice-President of the Homer Hoyt Institute think tank. Michael Sklarz, PhD, is CEO of Collateral Analytics.
Norm Miller and Zhengzhen Tan
Norm Miller, PhD is the Ernest Hahn Chair and Professor of Real Estate Finance at the University of San Diego School, Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. He is Vice President of the Homer Hoyt Institute and can be reached at email@example.com Zhengzhen Tan, Research Scientist, MIT Center for Real Estate; Executive Director, Sustainable Urbanization Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Norman Harker FRICS FAPI, the Principal of Sydney-based consultant Norman Harker & Associates, is a specialist Excel property consultant, with expertise in developing, validating, and securing the robustness of Excel DCF and CF analyses for analysing transactions, valuations, investment analysis and feasibility studies. He was an elected New South Wales divisional board member of the Australian Property Institute in 2013-2015 and for many years was a senior lecturer at the University of Western Sydney, where he specialised in developing applications for the use of practising valuers; before that he lectured at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. He began his career at Conrad Ritblat & Co in London, where he rose from trainee valuer to associate partner. He was diagnosed with incurable multiple myeloma in 2018 and given a life expectancy of five years, and also suffers from an incurable and often inappropriate sense of humour.
Norm Miller is the Ernest Hahn Chair and Professor of Real Estate Finance at Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate, University of San Diego, School of Business.
Oliver Ash is a Commercial Property Developer and Investor, based in Paris since 1983, Director of Brive Rugby Club and Maidstone United FC.
Ollie Bristowe studied physics at Oxford 2010-14, rowed in the 'spare pair' in the 2012/13 season, and now works as a derivatives trader.
Oliver Cann is Head of Media Content at the World Economic Forum.
Pam Boneham is a 30-year veteran of the US institutional real estate investment community, and currently serves as Managing Director and Head of US Real Estate Capital Strategies for Barings, whose real estate platform manages $46bn of debt and equity across the globe.
Patrick Nelson is Head of International Real Estate at WeWork.
Patrick Spencer is Head of Work and Welfare at the Centre for Social Justice.
Patrick Davies and Jordan Green
Patrick Davies and Jordan Green are recent graduates working in the private equity real estate industry. They are writing under psuedonyms.
Paul Letman is a barrister at Falcon Chambers, specialising in real estate litigation.
Paul Lowden managed to spin out his time at Durham University to encompass two degrees before embarking on a 30+ year career teaching English in the UK and also in Sydney. He enjoys walking the wilds of Sutherland and the rolling Downs of Sussex as well as sampling the cleansing ales of local inns. He is currently re-inventing himself as a poet in tropical Malaysia where his wife is currently based.
Paul Smith is a Partner at Eversheds Sutherland and Tourism Lead at Blackpool Pride of Place National Advisory Board.
Paul Winstanley FRICS is a Partner at Allsop. He is an experienced and highly regarded analyst who specialises in nationwide residential portfolio investment valuation and consultancy. He has particular expertise in computer modelling techniques required for large-scale investment valuations and is a recognised authority in the UK on the valuation of residential properties subject to tenancies. He specialises in residential fund valuations, large scale portfolio valuations, build to rent consultancy, ground rents and financial instruments linked to residential assets. Paul regularly speaks at industry events on valuation and other residential investment matters and is also an active member of the BPF Residential Board and Committee, ULI, IPF and is a Fellow of the RICS.
Pete Davis advises Wall Street money managers on Washington, DC policy developments that affect the financial markets. Visit his website here daviscapitalinvestmentideas.yolasite.com.
Pete Gleave is an Assistant Director in the Deloitte Real Estate Planning and Development team based in Leeds. He leads on a number of city centre projects across the North of England and also has experience of advising national clients on a range of retail and mixed use projects across the country.
Peter Beaconsfield Press is a Marketing and Strategy consultant currently working in the luxury jewellery sector. He has a background in Youth Football Development.
Peter Bristowe is the Chairman & Co-founder of Vespucci Adventures.
Peter C. Earle
Peter C. Earle is an economist and writer who joined AIER in 2018 and prior to that spent over 20 years as a trader and analyst in global financial markets on Wall Street. His research focuses on financial markets, monetary issues, and economic history. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, NPR, and in numerous other publications.
Peter Clark is a Portfolio Manager with Ninety One.
Peter Cosmetatos is chief executive of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council (CREFC) Europe, the trade association for the European CRE lending industry, which organises industry events, training and working groups, and conducts policy advocacy work on behalf of its members. Peter was a member of the independent Real Estate Finance Group and authored its May 2014 report, “A Vision for Real Estate Finance in the UK”, making recommendations for a safer CRE lending market. He remains closely involved in the development of a long-term value metric and a loan-level database. Before joining CREFC Europe in 2013, Peter spent five years at the British Property Federation, leading its work on tax, financial regulation and capital flows. Earlier, he spent ten years at Freshfields, specialising in real estate and real estate finance tax. He read Russian and Italian at Oxford and has a Masters in Soviet studies.
Peter Bill is joint author of Broken Homes, sole author of Planet Property, and a columnist for Property Week. He is a former Editor of Building and Estates Gazette, and a one‑time columnist for the Evening Standard.
Peter Hall is a Director of the International Rhino Foundation.
Dr Peter Warburton is director of Economic Perspectives Ltd, an international consultancy, and managing director of Halkin Services Ltd. He was economist to Ruffer LLP, an investment management company, for 15 years and spent a similar length of time in the City as economic advisor and UK economist for the investment bank Robert Fleming and at Lehman Brothers. Previously, he was an economic researcher, forecaster and lecturer at the London Business School and what is now the Cass Business School. He published Debt and Delusion in 1999. He has been a member of the IEA’s Shadow Monetary Policy Committee since its inception in 1997. He is a contributor to the Practical History of Financial Markets course run by Didasko, an education company, at Edinburgh University, and teaches occasionally at Cardiff Business School.
Phil Clark is Head of Property Investment at Kames Capital. He is responsible for managing Kames property team and chairs both the direct and indirect property investment sub-committees. He has 31 years’ industry experience, is a former Chairman of the Investment Property Forum, a current member of the RICS Commercial Property Forum and has been co-chair of the Property Industry Alliance Debt Group since 2008, which represents the industry to the Bank of England, FCA and Treasury on matters of property debt. He holds an MA in real estate from Cass Business School, is an FCA Authorised person and is a Trustee of the University of London.
Philip Booth is Professor of Finance, Public Policy and Ethics at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Philip Broadley was formerly CFO of two insurance companies. He furthered his own interest in behavioural science as it can be applied to investing by studying for a Masters degree at the London School of Economics during 2015. He is a director of several companies and a charity trustee. He writes in a personal capacity.
Philippe Le Trung
Philippe Le Trung’s investment and advisory boutique firm specialises in real estate securities and has a strategic partnership with one of Europe’s major family offices.
Philip Salter is the founder of the Entrepreneurs' Network.
Phillip W. Magness
Phil Magness is a Senior Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research. He is the author of numerous works on economic history, taxation, economic inequality, the history of slavery, and education policy in the United States.
Pierre Jacquot is CEO of Edmond de Rothschild Real Estate Investment Management with over 25 years of experience in real estate. He also supervises directly Fund Management activity in Switzerland. After founding Orox Asset Management in Switzerland in 2007, Pierre Jacquot actively participated in the launch and the development of the Edmond de Rothschild Real Estate Swiss SICAV fund. In recent years, he has contributed to the integration of the investment and asset management entities in Germany, the United Kingdom, Benelux and France. Since September 2018, he has been a member of the Executive Committee of Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management.
Pieter Cleppe represents the independent think tank Open Europe in Brussels.
Prohad Khan is a property economist at Capital Economics, responsible for its UK commercial property service. Previously, he worked at JLL and CoStar.
Radomir Tylecote is co-author of the new IEA report: Raising the roof: How to solve the United Kingdom's housing crisis.
Raimondo Amabile is a Managing Director at PGIM Real Estate and Head of Europe and Latin America. Before joining PGIM he was Managing Director and Head of European Business Development for Tishman Speyer and has also been a Vice-President at Morgan Stanley Real Estate, a senior associate with GE Capital Real Estate’s European acquisitions team, and a founding partner at Realty Partners, an independent fund management firm in Italy.
Ran Boydell is Visiting Lecturer in Sustainable Development at Heriot-Watt University.
Randall G Holcombe
Randall G. Holcombe is DeVoe Moore Professor of Economics at Florida State University. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Virginia Tech, and taught at Texas A&M University and at Auburn University prior to coming to Florida State in 1988. Dr. Holcombe is also Senior Fellow at the James Madison Institute and is Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute in Oakland, California. Dr Holcombe is the author of 20 books and more than 200 articles published in academic and professional journals. His books include 'Political Capitalism: How Economic and Political Power Is Made and Maintained' (2018) and 'Coordination, Cooperation, and Control: The Evolution of Economic and Political Power' (2020).
Rebecca undertakes research and campaigning across a range of issues at the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE). She leads the delivery of CPRE’s policies and campaigns on brownfield development and, in the last few months, led the delivery of CPRE’s flagship reports: the State of Brownfield and the State of the Green Belt in 2018, as well as a joint report on rural affordable housing with Shelter.
A rising star of the mediation profession, Rebecca Clark is “undoubtedly one to watch”. Before becoming a full-time mediator, Rebecca was Head of Litigation at a so-called “bad bank”, a role which resulted in her being awarded Legal Counsel of the Year at the 2013 British Legal Awards, partly as a consequence of her novel approach to resolving classes of disputes by mediation. It was her experience in this role as the client party at numerous mediations which lead Rebecca to train as a mediator; ultimately leaving that role to practice as a mediator full-time. Rebecca has also set up and managed her own retail business from scratch, receiving the coveted Drapers Award for Childrenswear Retailer of the Year in 2009. As a result of this, Rebecca has substantial business and accounting experience which she can draw upon in her mediation practice, enabling her to understand and empathise with the commercial issues faced by SMEs in a dispute scenario. Rebecca can be appointed through In Place of Strife, The Mediation Chambers at www.mediate.co.uk.
Rhian Coekin is Senior Consultant on the Political and Media Team at ComRes.
Richard is Chairman of the commercial property auction house, Acuitus, and probably the best-known auctioneer and commentator on the UK commercial property auction and private investor markets. He has overseen the sale of more than £6bn of individual property assets, and has more than 30 years’ real estate advisory experience. Acuitus sells around £250m of assets at auction each year and its client base includes major financial institutions, property companies, and local public authorities. Prior to founding Acuitus 2010, he led the auction team at JLL, one of the world’s leading real estate advisory firms.
Richard Barkham and Wei Luo
Richard Barkham is Global Chief Economist and Head of Americas Research at CBRE, and Wei Luo is Associate Director, Capital Markets, at CBRE. They are writing here in a private capacity.
Richard Black is a Public Affairs Consultant at FleishmanHillard Fishburn. He writes in a personal capacity.
Richard M. Ebeling
Richard M. Ebeling, an AIER Senior Fellow, is the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel, in Charleston, South Carolina. Ebeling lived on AIER’s campus from 2008 to 2009.
Richard Peiser holds the Michael D. Spear Professorship in Real Estate Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Richard Peiser and Thomas Wiegelmann
Richard Peiser holds the Michael D. Spear Professorship in Real Estate Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Dr. Thomas Wiegelmann FRICS, is managing director of BLUE Asset Management, Honorary Adjunct Professor at Bond University, and a member of the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board.
Executive Director, Long Harbour
Richard Walker is a journalist and communications adviser to financial companies.
Richard is a specialist in macro and real estate economics. He joined CBRE in 2014 as Executive Director and Global Chief Economist. Prior to taking up his position with CBRE Richard was a Director of Research for the Grosvenor Group an international business with circa $10bn of capital under management in real estate. He was also a non-Executive Director of Grosvenor Fund Management where he was involved in fund strategy, risk analysis and capital raising. Richard is the author of two books and numerous academic and industry papers. In 2012 he published Real Estate and Globalisation (Wiley Blackwell, Oxford), which explains the impact on real estate markets of the rise of emerging markets such as China and Brazil. He has extensive consulting experience and is a Visiting Professor in the Department of Construction and Project Management at the Bartlett School, University College London. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Reading where he taught, in the Departments of Economics and Land Management, between the years of 1987 and 1998.
Richard Dakin and Dominic Smith
Richard Dakin is Managing Director, EMEA, Capital Advisors, CBRE. Dominic Smith Head of Real Estate Debt Analytics, CBRE
Richard Rose-Casemore is a practitioner and an academic. Having worked for some of the leading practices in the UK, he co-founded Design Engine Architects in 2000, and enjoys working in all sectors and at all scales, from masterplanning to interior design, with architecture at the centre. He has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards during 25 years of practice, and received the Stephen Lawrence Prize for his own house. Richard has travelled widely in his teaching and practice, and worked in South Africa for a year as an undergraduate. He has a particular passion for teaching and led a Masters studio at Oxford Brookes University School of Architecture between 1995 and 2010. He continues to act as a visiting critic and external examiner at various UK Schools. Richard is currently a Fellow of Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of Oxford Brookes University, an Academician of Urbanism, a Member of the Chartered Society of Designers, and sits on the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Validation Board. He was a CABE Representative for five years and now chairs or sits on various Design Review Panels and the Higher Education Design Quality Forum (HEDQF).
Rob Bould is non-executive director of IPSX.
Rob West is a Founding Partner of Clearbell Capital. With over 30 years of real estate experience, his responsibilities include mainstream acquisitions and asset management activities, capital raising and pursuing new business opportunities.
Robbie Lin is a PhD in property investment and finance at the University of New South Wales. His research agenda has covered the investment performance and interest rate risk management of multiple real estate sectors in institutional investors' portfolios across the Asia-Pacific region.
Robbie Lin and Chyi Lin Lee and Graeme Newell
Robbie (Yu-Cheng) Lin is a PhD candidate in Real Estate Investment and Finance in the School of Built Environment, University of New South Wales. Associate Professor Chyi Lin Lee is the discipline director of construction management and property at the University of New South Wales. He has completed (or is currently working on) numerous externally funded research projects from the property industry in Australia overseas. Professor Graeme Newell is Professor of Property Investment at Western Sydney University and is actively involved in applied research relating to the real estate industry at an international level.
Robert Bould has over 40 years of experience advising on commercial property in the UK and in Europe. Until February 2016, he was Chief Executive Officer of GVA Bilfinger, Executive Vice President of Bilfinger Real Estate and Chairman of GVA Worldwide, having started his career at Grimley & Son in Birmingham. He held various roles in the business including Head of Investment and Chairman of GVA’s Capital Markets Group. Robert now runs his own consultancy business with various senior advisory and NED roles including Palmer Capital Income Fund, London Real Estate Exchange Ltd t/a IPSX, The Portland Fund, Coyote Group Ltd, and BHT Energy Ltd. Robert is a past Chairman and life member of the Investment Property Forum, Deputy Chair of the property industry charity Land Aid and past Master of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors, the surveyors livery company.
Robert E. Wright
Robert E. Wright is the Nef Family Chair of Political Economy at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He is the author of 18 books, including a new book on financial exclusion published by AIER.
Robert was a founder of Rockspring Property Investment Managers and was its CEO for 14 years prior to the company's sale to Patrizia AG in 2017 which created a European real estate investment manager with AUM of around €40bn.
Robert Hughes joined the American Institute for Economic Research in 2013 following more than 25 years in economic and financial markets research on Wall Street. He was formerly the Head of Global Equity Strategy for Brown Brothers Harriman, where he developed equity investment strategy combining top-down macro analysis with bottom-up fundamentals. Prior to that, he was a senior equity strategist for State Street Global Markets, senior economic strategist with Prudential Equity Group and senior economist and financial markets analyst for Citicorp Investment Services.
Robert Murphy is Managing Director at Edison Investment Research.
Robert Read is Senior Lecturer in International Economics at Lancaster University.
Robert Stassen is a London-based pan-European real estate market analyst with both public and private market experience who dresses up in orange when Holland plays.
Robert Stassen and Andrew Monteath
Robert Stassen and Andrew Monteath are Directors of BriXteen, which they formed in 2020 with the aim of bringing finance and property data together.
Robert Colvile is Director of the Centre for Policy Studies and Editor-in-Chief of CapX.
After graduating from university I spent the following decade living and working between Hong Kong, Shanghai and Melbourne. During this time, I was exposed to a world of food and wine I’d never experienced back in blighty (thank you company Amex) where, truth be told, I was more concerned with where my next pint of snakebite was coming from. With the help of some very generous sommeliers and winemakers, I found myself spending the hours I should have been flogging corporate health insurance touring wine regions and filling my face with good grub and artisanal Pinot Noir until I got to the point I had to jack it all in and pursue a career in wine full time. Since then I have studied and sniffed my way through the WSET L4 Diploma becoming an Associate of the Institute of Wine and Spirits, winning the Earl of Wessex Scholarship, the LISCIO Tasting Trophy and judging at international wine competitions along the way. I now live in Lewes where I run my own business, Wine Boar, hosting tastings, dinners, selling the occasional case of Soave and writing intermittent drivel on food, booze and my other passion, sport with balls. Email: Robert@Wine-Boar.com | Website: www.Wine-Boar.com
Robert Fowlds retired from investment banking in 2015 as Head of Real Estate Investment Banking for JP Morgan Cazenove. In 10 years Robert led or co-led around 60 public market transactions including IPOs, equity raises and M&A. Prior to corporate finance, Robert was Co-Head of Real Estate Equity Research at Merrill Lynch, and previously Kleinwort Benson, where his team was #1 ranked in the Extel and Institutional Investor Surveys for 11 years. Robert's early career was as a chartered surveyor.
Robert Weaver is Director of Property at Property Partner.
Robin Marshall is currently a Partner and Fixed Income Strategist, at Smith and Williamson investment Management, London. He also advises the Smith and Williamson Global Inflation Linked Bond Fund. He was formerly Managing Director, Economic and Policy Research, at JPMorgan Chase, London, and Chief Economist, Europe, Africa and Middle East. After graduating from Oxford University, Mr Marshall completed the M.Phil in Economics, in Oxford, and lectured in Economics at the University of London.
Robin Darwall-Smith is the Archivist of University and Jesus Colleges, Oxford. He has also been Archivist of Magdalen College. He read Classics as an undergraduate and postgraduate at Oxford, and then trained as an archivist at Liverpool. Robin has published extensively on many aspects of the history of Oxford: in particular, in 2008 he published a major history of University College. He is currently part of a team of three writing a new history of All Souls College.
Roger Elford is a Partner at Charles Russell Speechlys.
Roger Koppl is Professor of Finance in the Whitman School of Management of Syracuse University and a faculty fellow in the University’s Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute. Koppl has served on the faculty of the Copenhagen Business School, Auburn University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and Auburn University at Montgomery. He has held visiting positions with New York University, George Mason University, University of Vassa, and the Max Planck Institute of Economics. Professor Koppl is a past president of the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics and a former editor of Advances in Austrian Economics.
Rosalind Beck is a doctor of Criminology and a Conservative Party member in South Wales.
Roy Bolton is a fine art specialist, historian and gallerist. Educated in Ireland, California and the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, he holds a master’s degree in Building History from the latter. He worked for over a decade in London’s big auction houses, running an Old Master Paintings department at Christie’s for much of that time. In 2007 he co-founded the commercial gallery Sphinx Fine Art Ltd. in London. His published books on art include A Brief History of Painting 2,000 BC – AD 2,000 and his judgements on contemporary art were aired over 25 episodes of the BBC2 series Show Me the Monet. As a building historian Roy advises on the culturally sensitive restoration of historic buildings.
A private rented sector landlord for over 13 years, Ruban Selvanayagam is also co-founder of Property Solvers – a fast property buying company and 28-day estate agency.
Rupert was the founder of Lockhart Securities and is the Director of The Reverse Asset Company Limited.
Rupert J. Clark is Managing Partner at Lipton Rogers Developments and Chairman of the Property Industry Alliance's Long-term Value Working Group.
Rupert Wright is Chairmain of Ashbright.
Ryan Bourne is Chair For The Public Understanding Of Economics at the Cato Institute.
Sabina Kalyan is Global Head of Real Assets Research and Global Chief Economist at CBRE Global Investors. She is also an Associate Fellow at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
Sam Bowman is an Associate at Fingleton Associates.
Sam Watling is Director of Brighton Yimby, a grassroots organisation that seeks to end Brighton's housing crisis with the support of local people.
Samaila Zubairu is president and CEO of Africa Finance Corporation.
Sam Dumitriu is Head of Research at the Adam Smith Institute.
Samuel Hammond is Poverty and Welfare Policy Analyst at the Niskanen Center
Sara Seddon Kilbinger
Sarah Rayment is a partner in the London Business Restructuring Team and is responsible of the Team’s Insolvency Implementation team and for the firm's Real Estate Restructuring Team.
Satyajeet Marar is a Young Voices contributor and Director of Policy at the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance.
Savvas Savouri is Chief Economist and a Partner at Toscafund Asset Management.
Scott Ziyou Wang
Scott Ziyou Wang is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. He has over seven years’ experience as a researcher in land and property market research. Scott has a track record in undertaking research on residential property markets, and holds a PhD degree in Real Estate Economics from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He has published many academic papers in leading journals in his fields. Scott’s email is email@example.com.
Sean H. Vanatta is Lecturer in US Economic and Social History at the University of Glasgow.
The Searchlight is controlled and written by a senior property professional still involved in the thick of the market . The aim is to be insightful and analytical without being too presumptive and hypocritical. Enjoy the musings. @FPDSearchlight
Sebastian Seah and Dr Chua Yang Liang
Sebastian Seah works as an analyst with the Group Research & Analytics team at ARA Asset Management. He provides strategic and market- focused analyses of the economic and property sectors across Asia Pacific. Dr Chua Yang Liang heads up the Group Research & Analytics team at ARA Asset Management. He is responsible for monitoring the economic and property markets across Asia Pacific and providing strategic data analytics to the firm.
Shanker Singham is the CEO of Competere.
Shaun is an independent economist who studied at the London School of Economics. His speciality is monetary economics. Shaun worked in the City of London for several investment banks and then on his own account over a period of 15 years. After initially working in the government bond department at Phillips and Drew Ltd. he moved on into the derivatives arena with options of all types being a speciality.
Shreya Nanda is an economist at the Institute for Public Policy Research. She is the author of 'Just tax: Reforming the taxation of income from wealth and work'.
Siena Carver is a Global Research Analyst at CBRE
Sigrid is the Chief Executive Officer of the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA). Based in Singapore, she is responsible for overseeing the strategic direction, initiatives and operations of the association across the Asia-Pacific.
Simon has been writing words professionally for six years, with a focus on the UK property market. Other scribblings include the finance, marketing, sports and artificial intelligence sectors. He is also a lover of food, but would rather eat than write about culinary delights.
Office agency partner at Knight Frank
Simon Gorbutt is a solicitor, qualified in England and Wales, and Trust and Estate Practitioner. He is based in Luxembourg where he specialises in cross-border wealth planning for high net worth individuals. Simon is Director at Lombard International Assurance and heads an in-house team providing services to Northern European and US expatriate clients as part of the company’s Wealth Structuring Solutions capability. He is a frequent speaker on insurance-based wealth solutions, a contributor to ITPA and a member of the STEP Benelux Board.
Simon is a capital markets and real estate specialist in BDO UK’s corporate finance team. He has worked at BDO for over ten years advising on a range of transactions from AIM and Main Market IPO’s, plc takeovers, government strategic advisory projects, and transaction support for domestic and international companies and entrepreneurs.
Dr Simon A Waldman is an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society and a visiting research fellow at King's College London
Simon Wallace is DWS’s Global Co-Head of Research, based in London. He joined DWS in 2011, having served as an economist for real estate research at Hammerson. Previously he worked as an economist at the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Simon Allford has been elected the next President of the Royal Institute of British Architects and will take over the two-year presidential term from 1 September. He is a founding Director of AHMM (where he leads a design studio of 200 architects), a frequent writer, critic and adviser; a visiting professor at Harvard; a previous chairman of the Architecture Foundation; and currently a trustee of the London School of Architecture and the Chickenshed Theatres Trust.
Simon Silver is a main board Director of Derwent London Plc. One of the Co-founders of Derwent Valley Holdings, Simon has overseen the design strategy for the group’s development and regeneration programme for over 30 years. He has overall responsibility for the commissioning of Architects on all Derwent projects. This has covered many notable schemes, including the TEA building in Shoreditch, the Angel building in Islington, Turnmill in Clerkenwell and most recently the White Collar Factory on Old Street roundabout. Simon is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Sir John Redwood
Sir John Redwood is MP for Wokingham.
Sofia Svensson is a CapX intern and a freelance writer.
Sonia Fazlali-Zadeh is a specialist in watches and jewellery at Gurr Johns.
Sonny Sood is Head of Capital at www.immo.capital.
Sophie Chick is Director of World Research at Savills.
Spencer Levy is Americas Head of Research and Senior Economic Advisor for CBRE. In this role, Spencer is part of the global team setting Research strategy for the company, leads a team of more than 350 professionals in the Americas, and is the chief spokesperson for CBRE in the Americas on economic issues. He is a regular speaker on national television, including CNBC, Fox Business & Bloomberg, as well as being an actively quoted economist in the print media. Spencer is a 22-year veteran of the commercial real estate industry as a lawyer, investment banker, capital markets leader and researcher. He is a graduate of Cornell University and Harvard Law School.
Srini Rangan is a member of the Advisory Council for the IEA’s International Trade and Competition Unit.
Stavros is a Lecturer in Maritime Economics for the University of Plymouth. His primary specialism areas are shipping, maritime logistics, green shipping (decarbonisation of maritime sector), ports management, maritime security (physical and cyber), index development for maritime sector (KPIs), business models for maritime sector and circular economy.
Dr. Sten Odenwald is an award-winning astrophysicist and prolific science popularizer, who has been involved with science education for the COBE, IMAGE, Hinode and InSight spacecraft, as well as the Sun-Earth Connection Education Forum. He is currently the Director of Citizen at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. His most recent book to be published by Arcturus Publications in London is 'A Degree in Cosmology'. Visit arcturuspublishing.com or his education website at the Astronomy Cafe (sten.astronomycafe.net) for details.
Assistant Director at British Property Federation leading on Residential and Build to Rent.
Dr Steve Davies is Head of Education at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Previously he was programme officer at the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University in Virginia and has also been a visiting scholar at the Social Philosophy and Policy Center at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He has authored several books, including Empiricism and History (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003) and was co-editor with Nigel Ashford of The Dictionary of Conservative and Libertarian Thought (Routledge, 1991).
Stephen Inglis is Founder and CEO of London & Scottish Property Investment and a Director of Regional REIT.
Stephen Ryan is a research associate at Didobi (didobi.com), specialist advisers to the real estate industry. Stephen has worked in the real estate and wider financial services industry since 1988. Most recently he worked with INREV in Amsterdam, concentrating on real estate research, corporate governance and liquidity. Prior to INREV, Stephen was an investment consultant in Mercer where he advised institutional investors on real estate and on defined contribution investments.
Steve Ballinger is Director of Communications for British Future, an independent thinktank.
Dr Steve Davies is Head of Education at the Institute of Economic Affairs. He is the author of Empiricism and History, The Wealth Explosion: The Nature and Origins of Modernity, The Economics and Politics of Brexit: the Realignment of British Public Life and The Streetwise Guide to the Devil and His Works.
Steve Russell is the Investment Director at Ruffer.
Steven Globerman and Jason Clemens
Steven Globerman and Jason Clemens are editors of 'Demographics and Entrepreneurship: Mitigating the Effects of an Ageing Population' available at www.fraserinstitute.org.
Steven Laposa, PhD is a Principal with Laposa Realty Advisors, LLC, a Senior Advisor to Ankura Real Estate Advisory, and Fund Advisor to ST&T Capital. Dr. Laposa has extensive real estate and project management experience on a global scale including national and international institutional investment acquisition and disposition strategies, market analytics and forecasting, litigation expert, real estate fund advisor, construction manager, real estate economics, equity and debt portfolio risk analysis, site location analysis, and industry recognized thought leader.
Steven is Founder and Chief-Executive Officer at Capital Markets Data, a firm passionate about the collection and dissemination of long-term economic data. Steven's website is capitalmarketsdata.com, and he Tweets at @capitalmarketz.
Steven Haotong Li
Steven Haotong Li is a PhD candidate in Real Estate Finance in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. He specialises in quantitative econometric methods and their applications in real estate research. His PhD thesis topic is ‘Overconfidence and Real Estate Research’. Prior to Cambridge University, Steven obtained his Bachelor degree in Finance and Mathematics from Renmin University of China. Steven can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suhaib Kebhaj and Joseph Hammond
Suhaib Kebhaj is a research analyst at the International Monetary Fund. Joseph Hammond is a fellow of the Center for Media and Peace Initiatives.
Director of BritishFuture on identity and integration, immigration and opportunity.
Dr. Sunetra Gupta is a professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, vaccine development, and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.
Syed Kamall is a Conservative MEP for London and is leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament.
TA Cotterell’s psychological thriller, What Alice Knew, was Goldsboro Books’ Book of the Month and described in the Times Literary Supplement as “an intriguing, well-constructed and dramatic debut”.
Taku Tamaki is a lecturer in International Relations at Loughborough University.
Tehreem Husain is a doctoral candidate at the UCL Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management. She is a regular columnist for the business pages of Pakistan's English daily newspaper, The Express Tribune, and is a blogger for Huffington Post UK. Before moving to the UK, she worked as an economic analyst at the Monetary Policy department of the State Bank of Pakistan, the country's central bank.
Tej Parikh is Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors.
The Shy Solicitor
The Shy Solicitor worked for a Magic Circle firm for half a dozen years, before setting up in business with two friends. A few years on, that law firm has grown to around 60 lawyers with offices in London & Guildford.
The Undercover Fund Manager
Professional fund manager specialising in UK equities across the market cap spectrum. https://theundercoverfundmanager.com @FMUndercover
The Property Chronicle is edited by a team of property professionals and publishers - bringing you a unique take on the property market.
Theo Steel joined BR in 1970 from Oxford University and was Assistant General Manager in East Anglia in the 1980's. He then worked on planning the route of the Channel Tunnel Rail link in 1989/90 before becoming Managing Director for BR in the South West until 1995. He then worked for London and Continental until 1998. After that he returned to Great Eastern as Commercial and later Managing Director until 2004.Thereafter he was Project Director planning the investment for the Olympics and particularly at Stratford. In the 200's he had a portfolio of external Chairmanships including Renaissance Southend and the Essex Development Agency. He is currently almost rqtiredbut is a Governor of Prospects College in Basildon.Married to Linda they have children and Grandchildren and enjoy living near the sea in Southend.
The Scorpion is a residential estate agent writing about residential property under a pseudonym.
Thomas L Hogan
Thomas L. Hogan, Ph.D., is a senior research fellow at AIER. He was formerly the chief economist for the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. He has also worked at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, Troy University, West Texas A&M University, the Cato Institute, the World Bank, Merrill Lynch’s commodity trading group and for investment firms in the U.S. and Europe. Dr Hogan’s research has been published in academic journals such as the Journal of Macroeconomics and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. He has appeared on programs such as BBC World News, Stossel TV, and Bloomberg Radio and has been quoted by news outlets including CNN Business, American Banker, and the National Review.
Tim Breitmeyer is President of The Country Land and Business Association
Tim has been helping real estate businesses with their senior recruitment needs for over twenty years. He has worked with a wide variety of businesses both in the UK and overseas. Curious by nature, Tim has developed an exceptional network, and numerous people have benefitted from his positive contribution to their careers. Businesses have benefitted from his ability to source exceptional talent. He also runs a quarterly Real Estate CFO Breakfast Forum with BDO Real Estate.
Tim Hill, Giana M. Eckhardt and Robin Canniford
Tim Hill is Lecturer in Marketing at the University of Bath; Giana M. Eckhardt is Professor of Marketing, King's College London and Robin Canniford is Senior Lecturer in Marketing at The University of Melbourne.
Tim Neathercoat is a Partner in the professional services team at BDO.
Tim Bouchier-Hayes and Denise O'Connor
Tim Bouchier-Hayes and Denise O'Connor are colleagues, both being members of In Place Of Strife, The Mediation Chambers. Their thinking concurs, as to the key factors which do, and do not, assist the successful outcome of mediating multi party construction and property disputes. They can be appointed (together or individually) through In Place of Strife at www.mediate.co.uk.
Tim Harvey-Samuel has been Bursar and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge since 2013. He also lectures for the Master of Finance programme at the Judge Business School. He spent 26 years in investment banking, mainly at Schroders and Citigroup where he led the Equity Capital Markets business for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The views expressed here are personal.
As Head of Department for Bonhams Motor Cars in the UK, Tim Schofield is responsible for at least eight sales annually. Tim has specialised in his subject since leaving university in 1994. He has worked on and coordinated record-breaking sales since joining Bonhams in 2000, and has handled such ground-breaking collections such as The A J Lees Collection of Ferrari sports-racer projects and related spares; The Auto Collection, Sweden; The Patrick Collection (Part 2); and The 2005 Williams Grand Prix Engineering Sale to name but a few. Tim is also an enthusiastic member of the Vintage Sports Car Club and Veteran Car Club preferring the longer UK and Continental road rallies to track racing. Tim's current 'family' car is a Range Rover while a Lagonda M45 Vanden Plas Tourer, Jaguar XK120 Roadster and the affectionately dubbed ‘aircraft carrier’ 1966 Pontiac GTO are regularly exercised time and weather permitting.
Tim Worstall is Senior Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute.
Tirzah Duren is a Young Voice Advocate who focuses on political economy, food security, and trade.
Prof. Dr. Tobias Just FRICS is an academic director and managing director of the IREBS Real Estate Academy and Professor of Real Estate at the University of Regensburg.
Tobias Just and Bing Wang
Prof Dr Tobias Just FRICS is an academic director and managing director of the IREBS Real Estate Academy and Professor of Real Estate at the University of Regensburg. Bing Wang is Associate Professor in Practice for Real Estate and the Built Environment at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD).
Toby Jorgensen and Brandon Isner
Toby Jorgensen is an Associate Director of Research for CBRE, covering the Southeast region. Since moving to Atlanta in 2001, he has worked in commercial real estate research for almost 15 years, including seven years as an appraiser. He graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2000 with a degree in communications. Brandon Isner is an associate director at CBRE, operating as the thought leader and voice for CBRE research within Florida’s metro markets. With more than 15 years within the real estate world, Brandon Isner is responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing research projects, and providing data support for CBRE operations within Florida as the leader of market research and insights for the state.
Toby Scott has lived in New Zealand since 2003. He previously enjoyed senior roles with Australasian banking group ANZ and global agency CBRE, arranging or advising on debt funding requirements for many of the country's larger property investors and developers. He now owns and operates Tascott & Co, a real estate capital management company.
Head of Project Management at Clearbell Capital
Tom Brammar is Director of the Board of GlobalSource Partners, a firm delivering macroeconomic and political analysis to emerging market investors worldwide. Previously, he was Managing Director of the Financial Times' emerging market news service.
Tom Chivers is a freelance science writer and author of 'The AI Does Not Hate You: The Rationalists and Their Quest to Save the World'
Headmaster at Eastbourne college.
Tom Marriot’s crime novella Liverpool Bay, set in the world of property, is available on Kindle or paperback from Amazon.
Tom Stacey is Senior Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management at Anglia Ruskin University.
As Head of Research, Tom Duncan is responsible for setting the research strategy for Cromwell’s international platform, producing investment and strategy research to advise the business and its investors on market and sector opportunities and risks. He is also responsible for creating thematic-based investment strategies, and using his experience in economic and property market analysis to support the investment decision-making process. Tom joined Cromwell in 2021 from Mayfair Capital, where he spent four years and was latterly Director of Strategy and Innovation, responsible for research across Europe and the UK. Prior to this he spent two years at JLL in the UK as an Associate Director in their Corporate Research team. He also has experience working in Australia in a research role and in property economics with Colliers International and Hill PDA respectively. Tom holds Masters degrees in Property Development from the UTS Sydney and Town and Country Planning from the University of Sheffield, as well as a BA in Human Geography from Nottingham Trent University.
Tom Gaffney is the Regional Managing Director for The Greater Bay Area and Hong Kong at CBRE.
Jack Powell is Editor of 1828 and a student at King's College London.
Tony Kushner is the James Parkes Professor of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations at the University of Southampton.
Tony Lodge is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies.
Tony Williams has enjoyed an international portfolio career in investment banking (including UBS and Morgan Stanley) and industry, and is also a serial non-executive director. Since 2002, he has led the business consultancy Building Value Ltd which specialises in real estate, construction and support services. Tony divides his time between London and Sweden. Born in New Zealand, he originally studied economics at the Universities of Otago and Manchester. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Dr Tosh Warwick is Research Associate in the History Research Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, with research interests in urban history and heritage, urban elites and governance in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the role of industrialists in shaping business, culture and politics in manufacturing towns.
Tunbosun Oyedokun is a Lecturer in Real Estate at the University of Glasgow where he is responsible for delivering Real Estate Markets and Development Appraisal modules to students on a range of postgraduate real estate and planning programmes. His research interests relate to the pricing and performance analysis of real estate assets and the factors that influence the decision-making processes of property market stakeholders.
Vincent Geloso is a Senior Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research and an Assistant Professor of Economics at King’s University College. He obtained a PhD in economic history from the London School of Economics.
Wilhelm Åkesson is a junior specialist and sales trainer at Macrobond Financial.
William Cash is chairman of the Catholic Herald.
William Craig is an Officer in the British Army
William J. Luther
William J. Luther is the Director of AIER’s Sound Money Project and an Associate Professor of Economics at Florida Atlantic University. His research focuses primarily on questions of currency acceptance. He has published articles in leading scholarly journals, including the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Institutional Economics, Public Choice, and Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. His popular writings have appeared in The Economist, Forbes, and U.S. News & World Report. His work has been featured by major media outlets, including NPR, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, TIME Magazine, National Review, Fox Nation, and VICE News.
Will Stebbing is Head of New Homes & Investments at Douglas & Gordon, a market leading estate agency in central and southwest London. His role involves advising on the disposal and acquisition of land, development consultancy and the sale of new build properties through Douglas & Gordon’s network of offices. Will studied law at Oxford University before working at Strutt & Parker and Savills. He has a significant breadth of knowledge across the residential property market including prime central London, country houses and residential developments.
Wray Vamplew is Emeritus Professor of Sports History at the University of Stirling and Global Professorial Fellow in the Academy of Sport, University of Edinburgh. Currently he is writing Games People Played, a global history of sport for Reaktion Press and is General Editor for Bloomsbury’s six-volume Cultural History of Sport. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yolande has been examining and analysing real estate markets since 1986. As Director of World Research at Savills, Yolande provided evidence-based advice to clients and thought-leadership in real estate. She is an advisor to a variety of different enterprises and organisations. She writes regularly for research publications, national and international newspapers on a variety of property-related topics, and regularly appears on television and radio.
Yulia Pak is a senior consultant in CBRE’s strategic advisory team.
Zach joined Child & Child as a Partner in April 2016 and is now Head of Property and the firm’s Managing Partner. He qualified as a solicitor in 1998. Over the ensuing 20 years, Zach headed the property department at Streathers Solicitors, developing a reputation as a leading lawyer in his field of expertise and building the Streathers residential property team into one of the strongest in the sector at the time. In April 2016, Zach moved to Child & Child where he now works within and helps lead the successful property team. As a practitioner, Zach focuses on high-end conveyancing in the prime central London market for high net-worth and successful clients, investors, developers, and banks. He is particularly well renowned for being able to lead complicated and rapid transactions. Zach has also built up a first class commercial property practice acting for developers, investors, listed property funds and property and logistics companies in connection with multi-million pound site acquisitions, disposals, investments, and hotel, health and retail sectors, and residential developments.
Zoe Bignell is Managing Director, UK Development at CBRE. Zoe is a market-leading strategic advisor and development manager specialising in mixed-use development on behalf of a range of property companies, public bodies, house builders and pension funds.
CEO Macro Real Estate AG