LIBO.LONDON has evolved from a single purpose entity to a multi dimensional vehicle encompassing:
LAND - Real Estate
SEA - Yacht Racing
& MORE - Charity Events
Founder and CEO
Andrew Taylor is one of the best known experts in residential investment, having presented and presided at keynote events for MIPIM, RESI and RICS, as well as being featured in print and on radio and television, domestically and internationally.
Andrew has spent the last seven years exclusively working on residential investment, most recently at Bricklane where he wrote, automated and executed the national investment strategy for the first on-line property ISA specialising in residential.
Before that he was with Internos Fund Management as Head of Residential Investment, prior to which he spent over 3 years with Mill Group heading up both the Origination & Investor Relations functions, establishing both organisations as a credible source and “owner of the residential investment debating space”.
He established the Annual Residential Investment Survey, which over 5 years has provided a unique insight into residential investment in the UK and Europe from over 100 different organisations, making it the largest of its type in existence.
Prior to this Andrew held senior positions across the property industry, including European & Global Strategic Advisor to the Urban Land Institute, Executive Board Director at Colliers CRE plc, and Divisional Director at Experian.
Andrew is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music and resides in London and the Solent.
Mark Talbot Holmes
A&M Property Services
Mark has specialised for most of his career in strategically growing small businesses.
From 1992 to 2004 he was Managing Director of Redcliffe Construction Ltd, which specialised in the renovation and sale of residential property in west London.
From 2004 to 2012 he was Managing Director of The Brand Distillery Ltd, which specialised in creating and developing luxury drinks brands, and was sold in 2012.
He now consults to several small businesses on strategy and business development.
Mark attended the MSc Sloane Program at London Business School.