March 8th, 2014 at 8:00 am


About The Conference

Following its successful debut in New York last fall, highlighted by the honor of ringing the Nasdaq Closing Bell, iGlobal Forum presented the Global REIT Summit West: Listed, Non-Traded & Private REITs  on March 18th, 2014 in San Francisco. Racking up a record level of REIT formations, mergers and acquisitions in 2013, REITs have proven to be a hot sector that many investors are looking at.  With high yields, appreciation potential, inflation protection, liquidity, pass-through tax benefits, and easy access to capital markets, REITs are an attractive investment class for investors, owners and operators alike.  REIT conversions in non-traditional sectors such as retail chains, data centers and outdoor advertising have only amplified this trend.  This educational one-day event helped navigate the global REIT universe and examined equity and mortgage REITS as well as listed, non-traded and private REITs.  The Summit provided the perfect platform to network and connect with REIT executives, real estate investors, hedge funds, investment bankers, lenders, broker-dealers and asset managers.

Key Topics Covered

  • Can REITs Meet or Beat the Records Set in 2013?
  • REIT IPOs, Mergers & Conversions
  • Deconstructing the REIT Domain: Equity vs. Mortgage, Listed vs. Non-Traded & Private REITs
  • Hot Spots & Sizzling Sectors: Heat Map of the REIT World
  • REITs vs. PERE and Related Alternative Investments
  • Exploring an Evolving Non-Traded REIT Market
  • Capital Raising Strategies for REITs: an Expanding Universe
  • Insights into Becoming a High-Performance REIT
  • Plus a luncheon workshop: Launching & Operating a Non-Traded REIT

Network With Leading

  • REIT Executives & Investors
  • Real Estate Owners & Investors
  • Private Equity Real Estate GPs & LPs
  • Institutional Investors & Insurance Companies
  • Investment & Commercial Bankers
  • Investment Advisors & Asset Managers

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