Some of the new, exciting topics that will are working on include:
> New Loan Origination: What Do You Think Will Be Coming Back Into SAG Next Year?
> Don’t Get A Bid: What Is Next For Your Illiquid Asset?
> Small Balance Loans & Portfolios: Any New Strategies?
> C&I/CRE, Special-Purpose, Owner-Operated Real Estate & SBA Loans
> Stress Testing: The Art; The Science; The Regulations, Appraising
> Appraisals: The New Federal Regulations
> Pre-Foreclosure Best Practices
> An Update On The Changing Legal, Municipal & Jurisdictional Regulations A Sag Officer Must Know
> Bankruptcy & Foreclosure-Related Legal Issues
Returning favorites will include
> The Pre-Conference Bankers Only Discussion
> Why Workouts Sometimes Don’t Work out
> The Buyers Panel.
IMN is a NYC-based company that concentrates all its efforts on constructing 50 financial conferences a year, 20 in real estate. At IMN we go to extreme efforts to provide a forum where the foremost panelists discuss the most critical real estate issues. Each panel is structured with a moderator and 3-6 experts with contrasting backgrounds presenting multiple points of view. The result is a peerless reputation in the real estate market and very well attended events with the most desirable target audience
We look forward to seeing you at our Bank & Special Asset Conference on Distressed Real Estate in February.
Tue, 10/02/2015 - 08:01
Just 20 years ago, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) were novelties. Now, after two decades of explosive growth, they are firmly entrenched in the asset management landscape. Total US-listed ETF assets reached a record-setting USD2.0 trillion at the end of 2014, up from USD1.7 trillion a year earlier, and inflows totaled USD244 billion for the year. European ETFs also saw record flows in 2014; they attracted USD61.4 billion in new assets, more than three times the 2013 total. ... »
Tue, 10/02/2015 - 13:49
Global gross domestic product (GDP) growth should accelerate somewhat in 2015 and 2016 from the pace of the last three years because of much lower oil prices, the avoidance of special drags on the world economy, and continuing easy monetary policies from global central banks, according to BNY Mellon Chief Economist Richard Hoey. Hoey (pictured) made the comments in his February outlook. ... »
Tue, 03/02/2015 - 12:05
Following recent dips in the Euro, Jeff Keen, fund manager at Waverton Investment Management, offers his view on why it will rebound… ... »
Mon, 24/11/2014 - 10:53
The GFM Guide to Relocation 2014 draws together in one volume the key points covering the relocation of investment funds and managers to the following major jurisdictions – The Bahamas, BVI, Guernsey, Malta and Ticino... »
Mon, 16/02/2015 - 18:26
Despite the sharp falls in the oil price, the unwinding of speculative bullish positions that has reinforced downward pressure since the summer of 2014 is probably not yet over, says Viktor Nossek, Director of Research, WisdomTree Europe… ... »