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Montreal: A Market that is Attracting Increasing Global and Canadian Investor Attention

Drawing upon the experience and the success of similar events in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Toronto, the 18th annual Montréal Real Estate Forum will be a highly informative conference examining key challenges and opportunities in one of Canada’s major markets.

Chaired by Bernard Poliquin, Senior Vice President, Ivanhoé Cambridge, the Forum will feature a strong program, developed by a committee of industry executives. Over 980 real estate executives attended the 2015 conference which was sold out one month in advance.

The Forum will offer over 60 speakers, presentations and panel discussions on the economic drivers responsible for the city’s growth; the major trends in the office, industrial, retail, multi-unit residential, and land markets; how much development and renewal activity is underway; and what municipal initiatives and strategies are facilitating growth.

Most importantly, Montréal is now the Canadian market that is receiving the strongest foreign investor interest. Why?

UDI Québec, the leading real estate association in the province, is the principal sponsor of the Forum.

The annual UDI Real Estate Evening will be held on the night prior to the Montréal Real Estate Forum. Considered to be the Montréal real estate community’s largest annual social event, the Real Estate evening is a very well attended and ideal networking opportunity for conference attendees.

The Forum will be targeted at the interests of real estate executives, brokers, developers, investors, asset managers, and other professionals active in the acquisition, leasing, financing, management, and marketing of office, industrial, retail, and multi-unit residential real estate.

The discussions will help you determine what strategies to follow for the remainder of 2016 and beyond in the Montréal market.

Note that the registration fee is significantly lower than other comparable events and fits virtually every organization’s or individual’s budget.

We sincerely hope you will take advantage of this very informative event.

Bernard Poliquin

Senior Vice President, Office – Québec
Ivanhoé Cambridge