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Columbia Business School and Goodwin hosted the 10th Anniversary of the annual Real Estate Capital Markets Conference on January 27, 2017 at 583 Park in New York City. Over the last ten years, the half-day program has become a ‘go-to’ event among industry leaders in the real estate capital markets space and draws a sophisticated audience of real estate fund managers, REIT executives, real estate investors, and investment bankers.
The keynote speaker for the 10th anniversary of the conference featured Jonathan Gray, Global Head of Real Estate and a member of the board of directors and the management committee for Blackstone.
Real the full summary here.
See a list of 2017 predictions for the future of real estate capital markets from this year’s conference speakers.
2017 Speaker Predictions
Goodwin Partners John Ferguson, Minta Kay and Gil Menna, Columbia Professor of Real Estate and Co-Director Chris Mayer, and Co-Founder, President and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Metropolitan Real Estate David Sherman, provide insight on the future of the global real estate capital
Disruptors in the Global Real Estate Market
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Real Estate Capital Markets Conference, Goodwin and Columbia partnered with Green Street Advisors and NAREIM to provide insight and commentary into potential disruptors of the global real estate market. This is a topic that is widely debated amongst industry professionals, as we face significant potential change and uncertainty in 2017 and going forward.
Real the panel report on market disruptors: CRE pros sees driverless cars as potential disruptor
The RECM Conference is co-sponsored by Goodwin and the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate.
The real estate world unofficially convened at the 9th Annual Real Estate Capital Markets Conference hosted by Goodwin at Columbia Business School.
The speakers and guests, which included real estate fund managers, investment bankers, public REIT executives, and academics, were in terns both bullish and bearish on the near-term future of U.S. real estate. Read on for the top 10 list of primary factors cited at the conference as likely to influence the value of U.S. real estate in the near term.
A list of past keynote speakers, panelists, and moderators from past conferences is available here.