March 24th, 2009 at 8:00 am

 New York City

About The Conference

Following the success of our previous event, iGlobal Forum hosted its 2nd Real Estate Private Equity Summit on March 24th, 2009. We explored in greater depth the recent developments in the real estate and private equity industry, as well as unique investment strategies and opportunities to help find the best sources of capital in the competitive marketplace. We learned recent trends and strategies for capitalizing on your investments in the current market dislocation, the changing roles of capital sources, and the developing opportunities in public REITs and M&A. Heared from LPs on their expectations for returns, global real estate allocation, and analyze the breakdown in their portfolios of debt, equity, and REITs in a market facing such heavy downturn. This senior-level forum provided the perfect platform to meet face-to-face and network with large institutional investors, asset managers, hedge funds, private equity companies, investment banks, and real estate investors to address the future of the real estate industry.

Key Topics Covered

  • Discuss the direction of the commercial real estate market and the impact of the credit crunch for investment
  • Hear about the latest distressed opportunities from the leading fund sponsors and managers
  • Examine niche sectors and emerging foreign markets
  • Analyze the lender perspective on providing capital commitments to real estate funds
  • Leading LP’s perspective on opportunistic real estate in the allocation model
  • Discover new ways for finding and financing deals

Network With Leading

  • Large Institutional Investors
  • Asset Managers
  • Hedge Funds
  • Private Equity Companies
  • Investment Banks
  • Real Estate Investors

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