INVESTING IN NON-TRADITIONAL REAL ESTATE CLASSES
Wednesday February 20, 2013
7:15 am to 8:15 am
What will be covered:
• Examine how you can invest in more specialized asset types, such as
Hospitality, Healthcare, Owner Occupied and Special Use properties
• Learn about unique property metrics such as RevPar (Hotel), Price per
Bed (ALF and SNF), Economic Occupancy (Self Storage), Rent per Linear
• Understand how typical real estate measures such as NOI, Cap Rates and
Appraised Value are impacted by the business and credit attributes of
these specialized asset types
• Find out who is holding these assets, and which institutions are likely to
be actual sellers and not just ‘price checkers’
How you will benefit:
• Learn to spot real estate investments “far from the madding crowds”
allowing you to bring broader diversity to your portfolio holdings
• Discover where the bargains can be found, which sub-sectors are likely
to rebound earliest, and which asset types to avoid
• Learn to leverage and extend classic distressed credit underwriting
strategies across many different real estate asset categories.
Mr. Bornstein founded MBG Partners in 2012, after having successfully launched and established Indigo Asset Management in 2008. He has been actively acquiring and managing distressed loans since 2001. From 2001 to 2005, he acquired non-performing and performing loans and leases for GE Capital, both as an originator and as legal counsel. From 2005 to 2007, he acquired non-performing and performing commercial loans and leases for several institutionally sponsored managed accounts.
Prior to becoming an investor in loan and lease portfolios, Mr. Bornstein was Corporate Counsel for GE Capital in its equipment financing business. Before joining GE in 1995, Mr. Bornstein practiced law as a specialist in bankruptcy/restructuring and corporate finance for 7 years at the firms of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson and Mayer, Brown & Platt. Mr. Bornstein received his A.B. in Honors Economics from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, and his J.D. from New York University School of Law.
About The Conference:
REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING BREAKFAST
CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
EXAMINE THE DRIVERS OF CHANGE ACROSS THE DISTRESSED INDUSTRY
UNCOVER INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN FOREIGN JURISDICTIONS
MORNING NETWORKING BREAK
PROFIT FROM CHANGING PERSPECTIVES ON CORPORATE CREDIT
IDENTIFY DISTRESSED DEBT NICHES & FLEXIBLE FUNDING STRUCTURES
DISTRESSED OPPORTUNITIES – WHICH INDUSTRY?
CONSEQUENCES OF THE REAL ESTATE CRISIS
AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS AND NETWORKING BREAK
KEY MACRO THEMES FOR 2013 AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE DISTRESSED DEBT MARKET
COCKTAIL RECEPTION & NETWORKING
Post-Event Wrap-Up Networking & Cocktail Reception with Speakers & Attendees
iGlobal Forum is pleased to have the Summit at the Helmsley Park Lane Hotel.
To Secure a discounted rate please contact the reservation department at 1-800-221-4982.
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