November 2nd, 2016 at 8:00 am


About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to host the upcoming Next-Generation Practices for Real Estate Private Equity seminar in New York on November 2nd. This event provided an analysis of the macroeconomic state of the industry, see where the capital markets are headed, and find fresh opportunities outside of traditional real estate targets while networking directly with industry leaders. The overcrowded investment sector now requires an in-depth examination to create strategies for building an internal infrastructure that will help to diversify your portfolio and prepare for any oncoming regulatory changes in the tumultuous political environment. Changes on the national stage will necessitate private equity funds to respond to protect returns, so finding new methods to remain competitive is more important now than ever before. At this seminar, we met and networked with senior-level representatives from private equity firms, pension plans, endowments, foundations, family offices, insurance companies, investment banks, mezzanine lenders, senior lenders, asset managers, real estate owners, & developers.

Key Topics Covered

  • Seminar A: Analyzing the Macroeconomic Environment to Find Opportunities in 2017
    • -What to expect in 2017: changes in the capital markets, an overview on the macroeconomic environment, and regulatory changes with a new president
    • -A shift in yield as value associated with middle market geographies and demographics changes
    • -The impact technology continues to have on brick-and-mortar stores, returns on infrastructure investments, and a new look at the industrial market
  • Seminar B: Complementing your Equity Strategy with Opportunities in Debt 
    • -Strategies for profitably complementing your equity portfolio with debt investments
    • -A look at regulations on private credit, and opportunities in premiums protecting the lender
    • -Understanding risks and potential returns in HVCRE, new construction, and infrastructure debt
  • Seminar C: High Yield Returns in Alternative Asset Classes 
    • -Under the radar for increased affordability: finding returns in value-add and opportunistic investments
    • -Exploring potential returns in off-the-run assets, senior living, and parking infrastructure
    • -Discover how new green energy initiatives will impact the value of existing buildings, and how to prepare for a shift in energy requirements

Network With Leading

  • Real Estate Private Equity Firms
  • Pension Plans
  • Endowments and Foundations
  • Family Offices
  • Insurance Companies
  • Investment Banks
  • Distressed Debt Firms
  • Real Estate Asset Managers
  • Owners and Developers
  • Law Firms and Accounting Firms


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