IMFS Policy Webinar with Sumit Agarwal on November 11

Real estate markets are particularly frequent targets of money laundering. In an IMFS Policy Webinar, Prof. Sumit Agarwal, Professor of Finance and Real Estate at the National University of Singapore, uses Singapore as an example to show what this means for the real estate market.

Agarwal, an expert in behavioral finance and co-author of several textbooks, including "Kiasunomics," has used the Panama Papers as a starting point to examine suspicious money flows in real estate transactions, analyzing how individuals whose names were published in the Papers behave in real estate transactions. Based on this, he draws conclusions on the impact on the real estate market.

Thursday, November 11, 2021
12:00-1:00 pm CET
IMFS Webinar with Sumit Agarwal
Low Tuck Kwong Distinguished Professor of Finance at the Business School and Professor of Economics and Real Estate, National University of Singapore
"Illicit Wealth Inflows and House Prices: What can we learn from Panama Papers data?"

Please register here for this webinar via Zoom.