IMN is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual European Bank & Financial Institutions Conference on Real Estate Workouts taking place October 23, 2012 in London, England.
After the success of our US-focused events and last year's inaugural European conference, we are pleased to return to London with the latest in this highly acclaimed series of events to meet the information and networking needs of the European market.
This conference has been designed to provide particular value to bank executives directly involved in real estate workouts / restructurings / refinancing / REO with such titles as (but not limited to):
- Real Estate Loan Workout Officers
- Directors of Real Estate Recovery & Restructuring
- Heads of REO
- Directors of Special Situations
- Senior Credit Officers
- Relationship Directors - Real Estate
- Directors of Origination
- Special Asset Managers
- Special Servicers
- C-level executives
- Others who would find the conference to be of considerable value include borrowers looking to refinance/restructure debt, buyers of REO/distressed debt and service providers to the industry.
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