Simon Rubinsohn is responsible for overseeing thought leadership within RICS including managing the high profile suite of market surveys. He is closely involved with policy development and regularly works with Bank of England officials on issues related to the real estate sector. He frequently speaks at conferences focusing of both residential and commercial markets and is regularly quoted for his insights in the media. Alongside this, Simon continues to support the IMF in building the organizations capability in understanding trends in global property and is on the advisory committee of a work stream the World Economic Forum is conducting into asset price dynamics in real estate. Simon is also on the Board of the housing provider L&Q, where he has specific responsibility for the development programme. Prior to joining RICS, he worked for Barclays Wealth where he was involved in setting the asset allocation for client portfolios.
Simon Rubinsohn, 05 Feb 2018
The economy ended 2017 on a relatively firm note if the prelimary estimate for GDP covering the final three months of the year is to be believed.
Simon Rubinsohn, 29 Jan 2018
The Q4 2017 RICS Global Commercial Property Monitor, which has just been released, suggests that sentiment remains generally upbeat across the majority of real estate markets covered by the survey.
Simon Rubinsohn, 13 Nov 2015
With the legacy of the global financial crisis continuing to inhibit economic performance around the world, the issue of climate change may seem some way down the list of priorities for policymakers eager to stimulate demand and boost living standards.
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