Bryan Wilson to lead Investment Panel at CEDEM 2019

Bryan Wilson to lead Investment Panel at CEDEM 2019

Published at: 2019-08-15 11:36 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Bryan Wilson (Wilsons) will be taking part in CEDEM 2019, which takes place on Sept 25 this year at Slovansky dům in central Prague. Bryan is a partner and a co-founder of Wilsons, a leading independent legal firm with offices in Prague and Bratislava. He'll be moderating the investment panel at CEDEM this year, which will explore the strategies and expectations of key market players.

Wilson points out that there's a widespread belief that we're in the end stages of an unprecedented bull market, but little evidence to suggest that investors have lost their appetite for spending. “People keep talking of a slowdown, but this just hasn’t happened yet," he said. "Transaction flow this year has been strong, particularly with the inflow of Korean capital and it only looks like a lack of product that will result in things slowing down in the Czech Republic.”

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