EPRA - INSEAD Executive Programme
Strategy for Listed Real Estate
Following a successful first edition, held online in June 2021, EPRA is pleased to launch registrations for the second Executive Programme organised in partnership with INSEAD.
It is a unique, intensive course that covered the latest trends shaping the listed real estate sector post pandemic, such as thematic investing, e-commerce and logistics, digitalisation and data analytics. This in person programme will help participants develop effective business strategies to address challenges as well as identify opportunities for repositioning and future growth, especially in the context of the broader real estate industry.
This programme is an exclusive opportunity for our members, and EPRA is contributing 50% to the initial fee, bringing down the overall rate to EUR 2.200 (food & beverages included). An INSEAD certification will be provided upon completion of the whole course.
Date & place
1-3 June 2022, INSEAD Europe Campus, Fontainebleau, France
Check the programme brochure of the 2022 edition.
Register for the 2022 edition by filling up this short form.
Hear what participants of the 2021 edition have to say about the programme!
Understanding the REIT price
An online programme dedicated to understanding the listed real estate market
In March 2022, in partnership with Bayes Business School (formerl Cass), EPRA held an online education programme delivered by leading academic as well as industry experts.
The programme was designed for property and finance professionals working for listed real estate firms, real estate private equity teams and equity/multi asset/property analysts/fund managers looking to enhance their knowledge of real estate as an asset class.
This practical course aimed at providing a thorough understanding of the factors driving the valuations of the listed real estate sector, the direct property market and the stock market, explaining the reasons behind any disconnect between public and private markets, and exploring the specific investment characteristics of listed real estate versus other equities from an asset allocation perspective.