Next-Generation Practices for Real Estate Private Equity

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About The Conference

iGlobal Forum is pleased to announce the upcoming Next-Generation Practices for Real Estate Private Equity seminar, taking place in New York on November 2nd. This event will provide 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, you will meet and network 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

Speakers

David Eyzenberg

David Eyzenberg

President

EYZENBERG & COMPANY

David Eyzenberg is President of Eyzenberg& Company, a NYC-based real estate investment bank with core

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Dennis Irvin

Dennis Irvin

Founding Partner

BRIGHTSTONE CAPITAL PARTNERS

Dennis Irvin has an extensive 30-year background in commercial real estate investment management, investment

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Mark Green

Mark Green

Managing Director

LEUCADIA NATIONAL CORPORATION

Mark Green is a Managing Director at Leucadia National Corporation managing the Company’s real estate principal

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Paul Kang

Paul Kang

President/CIO

ALTACAP

Paul began his 25 year investment and merger advisory career at Goldman Sachs in New York. He also served as CEO

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John Tsui

John Tsui

Managing Principal

PENINSULA HOUSE LLC

Based in Beijing, China and New York, John F. Tsui is Managing Principal of Peninsula House, LLC which is a single

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Workshop A:

MACROECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS & THE CAPITAL MARKETS TO LEAD INVESTMENTS IN REAL ESTATE

Wednesday November 2, 2016 | 9:30 am to 11:30 am

This workshop will explore a broad look at the real estate environment, and how cyclical changes that will soon come into effect will have an impact on all existing real estate. New changes in market values for 2017 will change where investors can find returns, so here we will cover:

  • A look at cap rates, and the expectations for how the capital markets will shift starting in 2017
  • Expectations for 2017 in a rising interest rate environment, and where we are in the cycle
  • Discuss how macroeconomic trends are impacting real estate values, employment and the overall health of the economy, and national developments to lead investment trends and returns
  • Exploring the impact of sovereign wealth funds on the real estate environment, and how their expectations on returns have impacted fund development
  • International currency valuation, geopolitical concerns in China and Europe, and the impact of FIRPTA on US real estate
  • Parsing different geographies throughout the country to find untapped opportunities
  • Looking outside of primary markets to find value in suburbs
  • E-commerce’s continued impact on brick-and-mortar stores changing the retail environment, and what to expect in years to come
  • Looking ahead: potential changes with a new president in office

You will leave this workshop with a much better understanding of the impacts the macroeconomic environment has on current real estate values, and an in-depth analysis of the current capital markets. As you explore each of these topics, you will have the opportunity to meet directly with expert investors leading the industry, and leave this session with new potential business partners.

David Eyzenberg

David Eyzenberg

President

EYZENBERG & COMPANY

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Workshop B:

DIVERSIFICATION STRATEGIES: COMPLEMENTING EQUITY PORTFOLIOS WITH THE FULL SPECTRUM OF DEBT STRUCTURES

Wednesday November 2, 2016 | 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm

As the real estate private equity space becomes more crowded, many equity investors are turning to debt to find their desired returns. The risk-return profile on certain investments appears appealing in the lending space, so in this workshop we will explore:

  • Analyzing the various debt structures, and the processes for including these new investments in an equity portfolio – focus on: mezzanine loans, b-notes, preferred equity, CMBS, and RMBS
  • Understanding which structure of private credit is most effective per each portfolio
  • Looking at opportunities in public debt, and the process for investing across classes
  • Working with senior lenders to find complementing strategies, underwriting strategies, and the process for originating lending opportunities
  • Discerning the risks and potential outsized returns on the current trend in infrastructure debt
  • Learning the regulations and risks associated with new construction and high volatility commercial real estate (HVCRE) loans

This seminar will leave you with a much better understanding of the full range of debt investments available, and the most effective strategy for utilizing them within your own portfolio. Expert lenders and debt investors will lead this discussion, giving you the opportunity to network directly with the leaders in this space.

Mark Green

Mark Green

Managing Director

LEUCADIA NATIONAL CORPORATION

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John Tsui

John Tsui

Managing Principal

PENINSULA HOUSE LLC

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Workshop C:

VALUE-ADD, CORE-PLUS & OPPORTUNISTIC INVESTMENTS PROVIDING AFFORDABLE, HIGH YIELD RETURNS

Wednesday November 2, 2016 | 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Value in real estate can be found anywhere when following national trends and analyzing their impact on smaller communities. Here we will discuss the potential returns when looking outside of primary markets and building an internal infrastructure to find:

  • Exploring the process for finding value in smaller opportunities, and effectively managing due diligence on multiple small investments
  • Sourcing opportunities in value-add and opportunistic asset classes that are under the radar to maintain affordability with the right risk-return profile
  • Understanding the wider state of the national economy to find the next off-the-run opportunity
  • Discover how baby boomers are continuously providing more value opportunities in healthcare, medical office buildings (MOBs) and senior living through growing demand
  • Discuss potential green energy regulations and how this shift could change development standards and the value in existing real estate
  • Capital raising strategies, and a focus on managed accounts vs. closed-end funds: how will the traditional fundraising model and the associated fees evolve in 2017?
  • Technology’s impact on the value in parking infrastructure, and the potential for future transportation needs
  • New developments in alternative capital sources that are powering the industry – focus on: crowdfunding, foreign capital in US real estate, etc.

This seminar will provide you with new ideas on opportunities outside of primary markets that are much more affordable with a similar risk-return profile. New leaders are coming out of this sector every day, making this space in alternatives rife with new connections and potential returns.

Paul Kang

Paul Kang

President/CIO

ALTACAP

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Dennis Irvin

Dennis Irvin

Founding Partner

BRIGHTSTONE CAPITAL PARTNERS

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The Waldorf Astoria The Waldorf Astoria

The Waldorf Astoria

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New York, NY

 

(212) 355-3000

http://www.waldorfnewyork.com

 

iGlobal Forum is pleased to be hosting the upcoming Summit at the world-renowned Waldorf Astoria in New York.  The Waldorf stands as a unique dining destination, with four distinctive restaurants, three lounges, and of course, 24-hour room service.  Hotel guests are encouraged to explore the hotel, a New York City landmark, considered an extraordinary living Art Deco museum.

 

David Eyzenberg

David Eyzenberg

President

EYZENBERG & COMPANY

David Eyzenberg is President of Eyzenberg& Company, a NYC-based real estate investment bank with core competencies

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Dennis Irvin

Dennis Irvin

Founding Partner

BRIGHTSTONE CAPITAL PARTNERS

Dennis Irvin has an extensive 30-year background in commercial real estate investment management, investment banking

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Mark Green

Mark Green

Managing Director

LEUCADIA NATIONAL CORPORATION

Mark Green is a Managing Director at Leucadia National Corporation managing the Company’s real estate principal

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Paul Kang

Paul Kang

President/CIO

ALTACAP

Paul began his 25 year investment and merger advisory career at Goldman Sachs in New York. He also served as CEO of

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John Tsui

John Tsui

Managing Principal

PENINSULA HOUSE LLC

Based in Beijing, China and New York, John F. Tsui is Managing Principal of Peninsula House, LLC which is a single

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