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Watch now: MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar: Will they come back?

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar, 'Will they come back?', on Thursday 11 June.

The webinar addressed the real estate and immigration factors that might impact on the UK's continuing popularity as a destination for international entrepreneurs and their families after Brexit, COVID-19 and a global recession.

If you were unable to join us at the session, click here to view a recording.

Thank you very much to our speakers: Frances Clacy (Residential Research Analyst, Savills); Emma-Jane Weider (Managing Partner, Maurice Turnor Gardner); and our chair Corinne Staves (Partner, Maurice Turnor Gardner).

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