Clark Rogers, senior vice president of loan servicing and asset management at Key Bank; Kevin Donahue, senior managing director of C-III Capital Partners, and David Iannarone, president of CW Financial Services LLC, will be featured in a lineup of prominent industry specialists, focusing on topics including:
· The future CMBS debt maturities
· What happens if interest rates go up?
· Which assets are rebounding fastest?
· Legal Strategies for deals, disputes and workouts
· New regulatory hoops for servicing
· Challenges with student housing, skilled nursing, TIC and single family home asset classes
“We are excited to have these industry leader join us this year as we examine everything from loan administration issues to effective strategies in workouts, receiverships, bankruptcy, foreclosure and REO,” said Judy Hoffman, president of Trigild. “They are respected industry leaders and represent the caliber of speakers who will be heard throughout the event.”
Rogers will moderate the opening panel, “Is Everything Coming Up Roses or Is it A Mirage,” focusing on what will transpire over the next couple of years as more than $418 billion in CMBS debt matures. Panelists Iannarone and Donahue will be joined by Steve Schwartz of Torchlight Investors and Donald Sheets of Square Mile Capital Management LLC.
The conference, modeled after Trigild’s successful fall event which is now approaching its 14th year, offers an array of informative panels along with featured networking opportunities for lenders, attorneys, asset managers, investors and non-performing loan buyers. Among the other topics being addressed are loan administration issues, lessons learned from past markets, how new regulations are affecting workouts, and effective strategies for creating value in the ever-changing marketplace.
The Trigild conference begins in the afternoon on April 23 and wraps up late in the afternoon on April 24. To register or learn more about the event, visit http://www.cvent.com/
Headquartered in San Diego with offices throughout the country, Trigild has nearly 40 years of property management, receivership/
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