9. mai 2014
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15. mail on kõigil, kel huvi saada lähemalt teada, mis toimub Balti kinnisvara investeerimisturul, kohtuda potentsiaalsete välispartneritega, võimalus osaleda Vilniuses toimuval Balti kinnisvara investeerimisfoorumil, kus esinejate seast leiab ka Eesti ettevõtjaid.

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Konverentsi kava:


Welcome, introduction, goals of the conference.

Rolandas Barysas, Editor-in Chief, Verslo Žinios



30 min. Economical cycles in the Baltics. What are perspectives of each Baltic country and how those economical trends influence RE in the Baltics.Comparison of RE and other asset types

Kestutis Sasnauskas, Partner, CEO, East Capital Private Equity AB

  9.40-10.3050 min. Discussion: investment in real estate or other asset types?

Moderator: Mihne Constantinescu Ph.D., Associate professor, visiting Professor at ISM University of Management and Economics  

Alvydas Žabolis, Managing partner, Zabolis PartnersKestutis Sasnauskas, Partner, CEO, East Capital Private Equity ABLars Ohnemus, Founder and chairman, Northern Horizon Capital  10.30-10.35 Questions  10.35-11.0025 min. Coffee break



25 min. The European real estate investment market. Winners and losers in the new property cycle

Matthew Richardson, Director of Research-European RE, FIL Investments International

  11.25-12.1045 min. Discussion: Future prospects of investment in RE in the Baltics

How has the global macroeconomic situation changed over the past 12 months and how has this affected fund strategies in the Baltics?

What are current prospects for attracting capital? What do institutional investors want from opportunistic private real estate developers?What real estate project characteristics are important in the capital allocation strategy – investors’ point of view?What do private fund real estate investment managers think about the current competitive environment?What is the return on private fund real estate and has it changed?Which regions and sectors are most attractive to opportunistic real estate investors?Investment strategies: are we looking for one and the same thing? If we think alike, can we cooperate and be partners?How do private fund real estate managers structure their investment vehicles today? What changes have taken place in recent years?How to combine large amounts of money with limited real estate opportunities in the Baltics? What changes are expected in the next 10 years?

Moderator: Ricardas Cepas, CEO, Newsec Baltics   

Marko Kull, Partner, Capital MillMartin Otsa, Board member, East Capital Real Estate ASAntanas Anskaitis, BPT Optima fund manager, Northern Horizon Capital  12.10-12.15 Questions  12.15-13.1055 min. Lunch



50 min. Discussion: Is demand sustainable? Financing of real estate investments and development projects

Projects vs. clients – mutual expectations for cooperation in financing based on long-term relationship;

Will mistakes of the past be forgotten and forgiven?Lending standards for real estate in the Baltics – too strict or too liberal?Making the structure of financing meet the reality of the projectModerator: Antanas Anskaitis, BPT Optima fund manager, Northern Horizon CapitalPontus Swenson, Head of the Commercial Real Estate Unit for the Baltics, SEB Bank

Igor Molder, Partner, Capital Mill   

Arvydas Avulis, Chairman, HannerJohn Afseth, Chairman, Emerging Europe & Baltic Sea Commercial PropertiesBjornar Lund, Chairman and president, DnB  14.00-14.05 Choice of parallel sessions






50 min. Discussion: Prospects for residential property in the Baltics

How did the conditions for housing purchasing and project financing change after joining the eurozone?

Requirements of central banks for mortgage and construction credits issued by commercial banks: comparison EE, LV and LTActivity and expectations of residential property buyers before and after the EuroComparison of construction costs in Tallinn, Riga and VilniusApartment prices. Tallinn vs HelsinkiIs land already being purchased for property development? What is the situation with financing?Moods of developers and prospects for 2015–2016What project would you chose to develop today? Economy, mid-range or luxury class?

Moderator: Vytas Zabilius, CEO, Ober-Haus  

Arvydas Avulis, Chairman, HannerOleg Alainis, CEO, TCMInga Skisaker, CEO for the Baltics, NordeaBjornar Lund, Chairman and president, DnBPeter Forssell, Vice President, Real Estate Development, CEE Division, YIT Construction Ltd  14.55-15.00 Break and time to switch to another the panel session

15.00-15.5050 min. Survey of the hotel market in the BalticsDiscussion: prospects for hotel development prospects in the Baltics

Moderator: Kimmo Virtanen, MBA, Director for Scandinavia, Russia and the Baltics, Christie + Co International Hotel Consultancy & Brokerage

Mike Collini, Vice President for Development in Turkey, Russia & Eastern Europe, Hilton WorldwideAnete Bilzena, Development director, Wellton Hotel GroupMr. Peter Vermeer, Inter Continental Hotels Group (TBC)   SESSION 2: OFFICES AND SHOPPING CENTRES


50 min. Discussion: The future of offices. Old vs new

Supply of office space in the major cities of the Baltics

Office demand generators for the next 1-3 yearsAward-winning office projects in Europe. Do we follow the trends?Research: what do the end users expect?Office tenant today and tomorrowOffice tenants’ needs: from price to quality. New vs. old. Reasons for tenant migrationIs it possible to define a long-term stable office rent?

Moderator: Tomas Milašauskas, Partner and head of the Lithuanian real estate practice group, law firm LAWIN  

Kjetil Hansen, CEO, Schage Real EstatePhilip Tidd, Principal, head of consulting for EMEA, GenslerMartynas Babilas, Senior advisor, Newsec BalticsLina Paukšte, Business Unit Director, Vilnius at Technopolis PlcPhilip Cohen, Manager, Global Corporate Real Estate Strategy & Transactions, AIG  14.55-15.00 Break and time to switch to another panel session

15.00-15.5050 min. Discussion. Renewal of shopping centres. What are expectations of the future buyer?

Do current shopping centers need to change? Why? Which are the newest trends?

Growing competition between international brands in Baltics. Pros and cons. Winners and loosers.Department stores vs other retailers.Growing the customer. Future retail customer vs e-retail customer.Moderator: Aldo Dapon, Retail real estate executive, ex CEO of E.L.L. Real Estate LtdMarcis Budlevskis, Director for leasing and business development, Linstow Center ManagementHarri Holmström, Chief Operating Officer, Citycon OyjRimantas Perveneckas, Director general, Aprangos Grupe (TBC)Vaiva Kirvelaite, Debenhams brand manager for the Baltics  15.50-16.15 Coffee break  16.15-16.4530 min. Future of work and spaces. Shifting trends

Philip Tidd, Principal, head of consulting for EMEA, Gensler

  16.45-17.00 End of the forum, summing-up  17.00-18.30 Discussions and a glass of wine

Note: The organizer reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary.

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