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The Henley Group - Seminar Invitation - 25 September 2013

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Market outlook and HK’s residential property market
Peter Wynn Williams
Investment Director & Partner, The Henley Group
Economic Recovery: Fact or Fiction?
As the stresses and strains in the global monetary system grow worse,
Peter will provide a high-level survey of the issues and consider how to
make money from the various asset classes against such a troubled
background. Is the economic recovery in some of the major trading blocs
(which the mainstream media are telling us about) real - or is it a mirage?
Connie Bolland
Chief Economist, Economic Research Analysis Ltd
Hong Kong’s Residential Property Market: Is the Party Over?

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The Henley Group - Seminar Invitation - 25 September 2013

  1. 1. THE WEALTH MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS Hong Kong Singapore Shanghai London For more information, please contact: Tania Scott, Marketing Manager T: +852 2824 1083 E: ts@thehenleygroup.com.hk www.thehenleygroup.com.hk Seminar invitation Market outlook and HK’s residential property market Peter Wynn Williams Investment Director & Partner, The Henley Group Economic Recovery: Fact or Fiction? As the stresses and strains in the global monetary system grow worse, Peter will provide a high-level survey of the issues and consider how to make money from the various asset classes against such a troubled background. Is the economic recovery in some of the major trading blocs (which the mainstream media are telling us about) real - or is it a mirage? Connie Bolland Chief Economist, Economic Research Analysis Ltd Hong Kong’s Residential Property Market: Is the Party Over? Hong Kong’s private home prices have more than doubled since hitting the trough in the 2008 financial crisis. But as the Fed warns of reining its QE programmes amid economic recovery in the US while the HKSAR government has come up with more stringent measures to curb rises in home prices, what might possibly happen to Hong Kong’s private home market over the next 12 to 18 months? Time 7:00 – 9:00pm (registration from 6:30pm) Date Wednesday 25 September 2013 Venue Information will be provided upon confirmation of reservation Seating is limited therefore please register early to avoid disappointment Light refreshments will be served

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