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Bankers - Investors - Tenants, Can They Maintain Relationships Through The Pandemic?

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Jul 2, 2020 01:00 PM

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Anthony Lorenz
Founder @Lorenz Consultancy
Anthony Lorenz is one of the best-known names in the London commercial property market and is a seasoned media commentator. He started his first consultancy, Baker Lorenz, in 1972 specialising in work such as Rent Reviews, Lease Renewals and Lease Restructuring. He has specialised over a period of 5 decades in corporate recovery during recessions. He founded Lorenz Consultancy in 2007, a boutique London commercial property consultancy, acting for some of London’s leading leisure, retail and commercial organisations.
Mark Shipman
Director @Michael Elliott
Mark is one of our founding partners. Since setting up Michael Elliott in 1985, he’s advised on over £20 billion of property sales and acquisitions, as well as several major corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions. Over the past 30 years Mark has been involved with the sale and purchase of many of the best UK known buildings including Millennium Dome, Centre Point, The Burlington Arcade, Chelsea Harbour, Earls Court and Olympia, The Time & Life Building, Aviation House, 120 Holborn, Queensberry House, 60 Sloane Avenue, 1 Strand and Riverside House, plus many others. In addition, Mark has transacted numerous high profile West End buildings including Ralph Lauren’s flagship store at 1 New Bond Street, Prada, Cartier and Celine Mount Street and Patek Phillipe Bond Street House.
Steve Norris
Chairman @Soho Estates
Steve Norris is a former MP and Minister who was twice Conservative candidate for Mayor of London. He is Chairman of Soho Estates which owns a substantial amount of property in the area consisting of shops, pubs, clubs. bars and theatres all of which contribute to the unique character of Soho. Steve is an Eminent Fellow of the RICS and holds an Honorary Doctorate from the University of East London. He regularly writes The Politics of Property column for Property Week.