Online event: French senior living sector – where next?

Real Asset Live, Online Event: 1 July, 9.30-10.30

The Covid-19 health crisis has created an even greater focus on the senior living, care and healthcare sector and especially the implications for real estate.

What used to be an alternative asset class had become significantly more mainstream as it moved up the agenda of institutional investors from all over the world. This sector is likely to grow in importance and focus post-Covid.

MoZaïC Asset Management, an independent real estate asset manager specialized in healthcare real estate in Europe, and BONARD, a global market research and investment intelligence firm for rented residential asset classes, would like to invite you to the virtual presentation of the first-of-its-kind Senior Living Market Report on France.

The report, initiated by MoZaïC AM and carried out by BONARD, addresses the need for having comprehensive, standardised and robust data on the fast-growing senior living asset class, thus giving the market a new level of transparency and allowing for better investment environment. The aim of the report is to provide a demand-supply analysis and up-to-date insight into senior living in France, at the national level with closer look into the top 20 locations across France.

The report concentrates on the 75+ age segment and analyses senior living establishments in France with a focus on private commercial service residences. At the same time, the research provides key information on public stock, as well as an overview of establishments for dependent people.

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In France, the sector has already enjoyed real momentum. The market is one of the most mature in Europe and consolidation has already happened.

Senior housing has been popular with institutional investors, who account for around 50% of investments, attracted by long stable leases and long-term cash flows.

The prospects seem positive, as France has a relatively wealthy elderly population, with a high saving rate and good pensions. It is also a fast-growing population, which will become Europe’s second-largest by 2028.

The senior housing model has already grown with large operators offering different types of concepts and services in France and now exporting them to other European countries.

How is senior living likely to evolve? The operational side is a key challenge: how important is it for investors to strike an alliance with the right operator?

What are the pitfalls to avoid? What are the prospects and where are the best opportunities?

Registration is free for this Real Asset Live online event but is only accessible by registration.

Please note that all timings are based on the UK timezone. The event begins at 09.30 UK / 10.30 CET


Samuel Vetrak
CEO, BONARD, Austria

Frédéric Dib
Président Mozaic Asset Management, France

Arnaud Fety, FRICS
Head of Institutional Investors Department AEGIDE, Domitys, France