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IMN’s Bank & Financial Institutions Special Asset Executive Conference on Real Estate Workouts (Southwest)

Event : IMN’s Bank & Financial Institutions Special Asset Executive Conference on Real Estate Workouts (Southwest)

Thu, 29/11/2012  
Conducted by : Information Management Network
Contact : Joanna Christopoulos

Some of the new, exciting topics that we are working on include:
* Single Asset vs. Portfolio Sales 
* FDIC Sales 
* Selling Assets in a Bankruptcy Setting 
* Selling to Foreign Buyers 
* Collecting/Enforcing Judgements 
* Managing Internal Credit & External Steering Committees 
* Preparing for Loan Quality Deterioration & Managing Properties Showing Early Signs of Trouble 
* Coming Back from a CAMELS 3,4 or 5: Successfully Operating Under Regulatory Consent/MRA Orders 
* Cure Options for Loan Documentation Deficiencies Including Lender Liability 
* Pre-Foreclosure Best Practices 
* Valuation/Loss Recognition/Write Downs 
 
IMN is a NYC-based company that concentrates all its efforts on constructing 50 financial conferences a year, 15 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. 
 
Bankers: don't miss our closed door plenary for bankers only, a chance for bankers to meet with their peers in a pressure-free environment to discuss any issue on their minds. 
 
We look forward to seeing you at our Bank & Special Asset Conference on Distressed Real Estate on November 29-30, 2012 in Scottsdale, AZ.
 


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