June 6th, 2018 at 8:00 am


About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to host the Real Estate Joint Ventures Dealmakers Meeting in New York City. The model of real estate private equity firms doing joint ventures with developers and project sponsors is a time-honored tradition. Private equity firms rely on sponsors, with their deep knowledge of markets and sectors, to help populate their funds with deals. Likewise, sponsors count on private equity firms and other financial partners to fund their projects and help bring them to life. The popularity of real estate joint ventures is on the upswing due to a surplus of capital and a shortage of good deals. But today’s JVs are different—they’ve been shaped by painful lessons learned during the financial crisis, when many projects were either put on hold or abandoned. iGlobal Forum’s Real Estate Joint Ventures Dealmakers Meeting gave a greater insight into critical success factors for joint ventures in the current economic and real estate climate. These workshops provide an intimate format that is conducive to learning, sharing experiences, and finding potential business partners. Join our next event series and you will 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 

  • Workshop A: How to Structure and Negotiate a Joint Venture Real Estate Deal: Joint ventures between project sponsors and financial partners are proving to be the differentiating factor between success and failure in an increasingly pricey and competitive CRE market. This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of real estate JVs, highlighting how they have changed since the financial crisis.
  • Workshop B: An A to Z Analysis of Sources of JV Equity: This workshop will explore the range of equity providers and the most appropriate options for joint ventures. It will drill down into the opportunities and challenges for each group.         
  • Workshop C: Best Practice Approaches to Joint Venture Exit Strategies: While joint ventures offer flexibility in terms of allowing multiple partners to work together on a given project or in a particular business, challenges arise when one or more parties may want to leave the company at the end of the venture. This session will guide you through the lowest risk approaches to designing and executing your exit strategy.

Network With Leading 

  • Real Estate Developers & Project Sponsors
  • Real Estate Owners & Operators
  • Senior & Mezzanine Lenders
  • Institutional Investors & Family Offices
  • Asset Managers 
  • Attorneys & Accountants


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