March 6th, 2018 at 8:00 am


About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to present the Profiting from Cross-Border Flow of Capital into Real Estate workshop series, which took place in NYC on March 6th 2018. As investment in US real estate continues to burgeon, this interactive day of learning and networking will provide critical insight into three key areas: trends and opportunities in cross-border real estate investment, optimal deal structuring strategies to maximize the profitability of international real estate investment and innovative strategies to raise foreign capital. The workshops provided an intimate format which is conducive to learning, sharing experiences, and sourcing business partners. Join our next event series and meet and network directly with senior-level representatives from real estate private equity firms, developers and project sponsors, real estate owners & operators, senior & mezzanine lenders, institutional investors and family offices, asset managers and allocators, attorneys and accountants.

Key Topics Covered

  • Emerging trends and the key areas of focus for overseas investors - target markets, leverage and asset class selection
  • An overview of the policy landscape and the most effective ways to navigate changing tax reform
  • Practical deal structuring strategies and fees and fund structuring to maximize long term yield for foreign investors
  • Navigating updates in corporate law, liability protection, privacy and tax planning. 
  • Real estate funding models: how to select the most effective fundraising model and sources of foreign capital
  • The borrower’s perspective on sourcing finance – opportunities, challenges and lessons learned

Network With Leading

  • Real estate developers & private equity firms
  • Real estate investors & REITs
  • Senior & mezzanine lenders
  • Real Estate Developers & Project Sponsors
  • Real Estate Owners & Operators
  • Institutional Investors & Family Offices
  • Asset Managers 
  • Attorneys & Accountants


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