RMA Inland Empire May"Lunch and Learn" Meeting
Avoiding Pitfalls at Closings: Title Issues, 1031 Exchanges and Tips for Success
Don't miss RMA Inland Empire's info-packed meeting on Thursday, May 9, 2013 featuring two great speakers and two powerful presentations.
Presentation #1 Come and learn about 1031 Exchanges and what risk managers need to know. Due to recently elevated capital gain taxes, 1031 Exchange transactions have seen a major hike. But what are the new rules? How can they affect the deal? Guest speaker Dino Champagne will discuss:
- The Lender's Role--Unintended Consequence in a 1031 Exchange
- Exchange Timeline-- What You Need to Know
- Exchange Entities ---How Can Certain Entities Negatively Impact the Deal
Presentation #2 Attend and discover strategies to avoid title pitfalls that could hamper your deals at closing. Guy Kruger, Executive Vice President/Regional Manager for Stewart Title of California will share his more than 30 years of title experience, serving his entire career in the Southern California market. Kruger will discuss:
- How to Use the Prelim to Avoid Closing Pitfalls
- Key Issues to Be Aware of with Title Policies
Our Powerful Panel Consists of:
Dino Champagne, Division Manager; Asset Preservation
Guy Kruger, Executive Vice President and Regional Manager; Stewart Title of California
About the Moderator
Larry Taylor is Senior Vice President with Lee & Associates. Larry Taylor, SIOR is a 33-year veteran of the industrial/commercial real estate industry and works in the Riverside office of Lee & Associates as a Shareholder/Partner. Larry specializes in representing owners, tenants and investors in evaluating real estate requirements throughout the Inland Empire and the United States through relationships with SIOR members and Lee & Associates offices. During his career he has been involved in over 600 transactions totaling over $600 Million Dollars, in excess of 12 million square feet of buildings and 625 acres of land.
REGISTER NOW. See you there.
When & Where
The Risk Management Association--Inland Empire
Founded in 1914, The Risk Management Association (RMA) is a not-for-profit, member-driven professional association, whose sole purpose is to advance the use of sound risk principles in the financial services industry. RMA promotes an enterprise approach to risk management that focuses on credit risk, market risk, and operational risk.
The Inland Empire Chapter, like all RMA chapters, is organized and run by volunteer members. We strongly encourage current or prospective members to become involved in shaping the future direction of the chapter by contacting any of the current officers or committee chairs. We would also be happy to discuss the many benefits that can be derived from membership in RMA.