May 11th, 2016 at 8:00 am


About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to host the CRE Debt Investing Summit: Private, Public & Preferred, in New York on May 11th, to be run in conjunction with our 7th Real Estate Mezzanine Financing Summit. The financial crisis spawned a number of new players in the commercial real estate lending arena to fill the void left by the exodus of commercial banks. As a result, the CRE lending landscape—and the universe of investable debt—has changed dramatically over the past few years. At iGlobal’s CRE Debt Investing Summit: Private, Public & Preferred, we heard from the key lending groups that comprise the new alternative CRE lending universe. This was the only senior-level forum focusing on CRE debt as an investable asset class. We learned and networked with over 150 senior executives from private equity debt funds, investment banks, pension funds, hedge funds, mortgage REITs, hard money lenders, and real estate firms.

Key Topics Covered 

  • The post-crisis commercial real estate lending landscape
  • The expanding universe of CRE debt—new players and new ways to play
  • Real estate private equity debt funds as balance sheet lenders
  • Capital markets and new developments in the CMBS space
  • Investing in CRE debt via mortgage REITS—listed, non-traded and private
  • Hard money lending—high risk, high return opportunities
  • Hedge fund commercial real estate lending & debt investment strategies
  • Taking a domestic portfolio international—global opportunities in public & private debt
  • Debate among economists on the macro environment and the future of the CRE lending industry

Network With Leading

  • Private debt & credit funds
  • Senior & mezzanine lenders
  • Real estate owners & developers
  • Real Estate private equity firms
  • Investment banks 
  • Mortgage REITs
  • Hedge funds & hard money lenders
  • Pension funds & endowments
  • Sovereign wealth funds
  • Mortgage bankers

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