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MEET | THE | EXPERTS: Will they come back?

Have you registered for our next MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar on 11 June?

This session looks at the real estate and immigration factors that might impact on the UK's continuing popularity as a destination for international entrepreneurs and their families. Following COVID-19, a global recession and Brexit, what the UK can offer these individuals? Will they come back?

Featuring Frances Clacy (Residential Research Associate, Savills) alongside MTG partners Emma-Jane Weider and Corinne Staves, discussion will include:

- Will the UK’s immigration framework attract or deter international entrepreneurs and families?
- Will there be a distinction between EU citizens and non-EU citizens?
- What is the long term outlook for the UK real estate market?
- What opportunities does this period of uncertainty and change offer?

To register for the webinar, please click here.

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