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9th  Real Estate Private Equity Summit

Event : 9th Real Estate Private Equity Summit

Wed, 09/10/2013  
Conducted by : iGlobal Forum
Contact : Katrina McKay

- Evaluating Which New Regions and Industry Sectors are Providing the Best Investment Opportunities
- Best Practice Strategies to Profit from the Recovery Wave in Europe and the Growth Story in Asia
- How to Find Better Risk-adjusted Returns Higher up the Risk Curve
- What is Shaping the Definition and Evolution of the LP/GP Relationship?
- Examine Which Investors are Increasing Their Allocations to U.S. Real Estate and by How Much
- Assessing Which Players are Most active in the Debt Markets, and how the Capital Stack is Changing
- The Potential of Single-family Housing as a New Investment Class

iGlobal Forum is pleased to announce the 9th Real Estate Private Equity Summit due to take place in New York on October 9th, 2013. Real estate yields remain compressed, pushing many investors to look higher up the risk curve for good returns. New opportunities exist in the single-family housing sector and in secondary and tertiary regions, as well as in a recovering Europe and certain developing economies. This senior-level forum will once again be the premier platform to unite and network face-to-face with Corporate & Public Pension Plans, Insurance Companies, Private Equity Real Estate Firms, R.E.I.T’s, Real Estate Venture Capitalists, Investment Banks, Distressed Debt Firms and Investors, Hedge Funds, Real Estate Asset Management Firms, and Commercial Real Estate Executives & Advisors.
- Evaluating Which New Regions and Industry Sectors are Providing the Best Investment Opportunities
- Best Practice Strategies to Profit from the Recovery Wave in Europe and the Growth Story in Asia
- How to Find Better Risk-adjusted Returns Higher up the Risk Curve
- What is Shaping the Definition and Evolution of the LP/GP Relationship?
- Examine Which Investors are Increasing Their Allocations to U.S. Real Estate and by How Much
- Assessing Which Players are Most active in the Debt Markets, and how the Capital Stack is Changing
The Potential of Single-family Housing as a New Investment Class

 


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