World Economic Forum 2016
JLL is a Strategic Partner to the World Economic Forum, the international organization for public-private cooperation that is committed to improving the state of the world. In this role, JLL joins foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.JLL is a signatory to the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI), and takes leadership on projects that address the role of real estate in global and city economics, environmental sustainability and gender parity.
This week, JLL’s CEO Colin Dyer, Managing Director Sub-Saharan Africa Craig Hean, Head of West Africa Chinwe Ajene-Sagna and Head of Corporate Solutions Sub-Saharan Africa Ewout Holst will attend the exclusive World Economic Forum on Africa 2016 meeting in Kigali, Rwanda. Read our Africa blog for their inside view from this elite event. Learn more about:
JLL President & CEO Colin Dyer participates in the Infrastructure Investment panel discussion. Panelists discuss how innovative partnerships bridge financing gaps for economic and social infrastructure.
Change in economic growth, increased stability, favorable economics, improving infrastructure has positively shaped the narrative on the investment potential in Africa over past decade.
Global real estate markets have witnessed a marked increase in liquidity, cross-border capital flows and values in recent years. Competing investor groups are seeking out new opportunities.
Real estate capital markets in Sub-Saharan Africa are rapidly emerging beyond the frontier.
A close look at SSA countries which are most exposed to currency pressures as a result of recent commodity price volatility and the implications for their real estate leasing markets.
An Overview of the Hotel Real Estate Sector in Africa.