The 2010 International Real Estate Capital Markets Conference, presented by Columbia Business School and Goodwin Procter, drew nearly 400 attendees and focused on the new world order of debt and equity capital markets. How the markets have changed, and how they are likely to evolve, what this means for the real estate industry, and what the best strategies are for raising debt and equity capital moving forward. The event featured two panel sessions, moderated by Jonathan Litt, Land and Buildings Investment Management, and P. Sheridan "Schecky" Schechner, Barclays Capital, and comprised of several high-profile real estate capital markets industry leaders discussing debt and equity capital markets issues. The conference concluded with the keynote presentation, “Government and Central Bank Intervention in the Current Economic Crisis: Implications for the Future” by Frederic Mishkin, a renowned economist and professor at Columbia Business School.
Click here to view a PDF of the 2010 Conference materials.
Watch video from the event — Welcome/Opening Remarks, Debt Markets Panel, Equity Markets Panel, Keynote.
Listen to an audiocast of the event — Part 1, Part 2.