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Jeremy Browne, Special Representative for the City of London to the European Union, in an interview for the magazine, highlights that regardless of Brexit, London will remain the indispensable global financial centre in the continent of Europe, and even outside the EU. "We see the City as a pan-European asset and not just a British asset", says Mr Browne, who also believes that from the regulatory perspective, Brexit will not bring fundamental adjustment. Paul Watters, from S&P Global, believes that the prospective exit of the UK from the EU could create trade disruption if Brexit talks break down before March 2019. In his article, you can also read why political and geopolitical risks continue to grab attention.

From the global rendezvous scene, MIPIM 2018 is approaching. The premier annual real estate event, where the most influential players from all sectors of the international property industry gather, will take place from 13 - 16 March in Cannes, France. Ronan Vaspart, MIPIM Director, said to The Slovenia Times that by 2030, 91 percent of growth in global consumption will come from city dwellers and by 2050, 63 percent of people in emerging countries will live in cities. This is the basis for the theme of this year fair, Mapping World Urbanity, with urbanity defined as the quality of the character of life in a city or town.

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Tina Drolc, M.Sc., MBA
Editor in Chief


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