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Mark Robinson

CEE Research Specialist | CEE, Colliers International

Mark joined Colliers International as CEE Research Specialist in September 2016, following 22 years investing, researching and managing in listed equities, principally in the Eastern European arena. He thus brings to Colliers a wealth of experience of capital markets, macroeconomics and valuation of companies, relevant to the challenges of today’s investment environment.

Mark has tracked, analysed and participated in the development and expansion of the listed Eastern European real estate sector for well over a decade. Previous positions held include Head of Equity Research at UniCredit CA IB in London, Emerging European Fund Manager at JP Morgan Asset Management in London and Head of Research and Head of Equities at Wood & Company in London and Prague. He is a key part of an extensive CEE research organization at Colliers International, leveraging the thought leadership of the wider EMEA Research Team.

 

Mark graduated with a B.A.Hons. in Geography from the University of Oxford in 1994.

Presentations and TV Report

MIPIM - Capital Flows CEE

Outlook 2018: Europe & CEE...

CEE Investment Briefing

CEE Investment Briefing

Outlook 2017: Europe & CEE

CEE Investment Briefing

EXPERT SPEAKER AT PAST EVENT
London, LF

Oct 27

CEE Investment Briefing
Warszawa, PL

Jan 19

Outlook 2017: Europe & CEE
Budapest, HU

Feb 22

CEE Investment Briefing
London, LF

Oct 25

CEE Investment Briefing
Budapest, HU

Feb 01

Outlook 2018: Europe & CEE Investment Briefing
Cannes, FR

Mar 13

MIPIM – Capital Flows CEE
London, LF

Oct 31

CEE Investment Briefing
Warsaw, PL

Nov 08

8th – 9th November: The CEE Summit 2018

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