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3rd Annual Real Estate Outlook Event
June 8 @ 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
The Alternative Investment Group’s 3rd Annual Real Estate Outlook conference brings together leading industry practitioners to discuss real estate investment opportunities in the U.S. and abroad. The evening kicks off with a broad view of real estate market trends from a leading real estate economist. The panel then follows with actionable ideas from allocators and investors in public and private markets pursuing debt and equity strategies.
Geoffrey Dohrmann, CRE, President, CEO, and Publisher, Institutional Real Estate, Inc. (IREI)
Ted Bigman, Managing Director, Head of Global Listed Real Assets Investing, Morgan Stanley Investment Management
Jack Gay, Managing Director and Global Head of Commercial Real Estate Debt, TH Real Estate,
Rich Paoli, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager, Private Real Estate Investment, APG Asset Management US Inc
Robert H. (Bo) Rodgers, Senior Consultant, Courtland Partners Ltd
|6:00 PM||INTRODUCTION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Kevin Maxwell, CFA, Co-Organizer
|6:10 PM||KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Michael Acton, CFA, Managing Director, Head of Research, AEW Capital Management
|6:45 PM||PANEL DISCUSSION
|7:45 PM||CLOSING REMARKS
Chris Cutler, CFA, Vice Chairman, NYSSA
|7:50 PM||NETWORKING RECEPTION|
NYSSA Conference Center
1540 Broadway #1010,
New York, NY 10036
Wednesday, June 7
Alternative Investments Group
Event Objectives & Overview
Attendees will learn firsthand how range of real estate specialists view today’s investment opportunities in direct and listed real estate.
- Where should investors put new capital to work
- How will new supply and rising rates affect prospective returns
- Which sectors offer the most and least attractive opportunities
- Outlook for real estate investing
- Promising sectors
- Opportunities across the capital stack
Who Should Attend
Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager, Analyst, Allocator, Developer, Asset Manager
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