DALLAS/ FEBRUARY 28, 2019 (STL.News)
Prominent commercial real estate and finance industry leaders Peter Muoio, Ph.D., executive vice president at Ten-X, and Donald D. Sheets, managing director of Clarion Partners, will headline the seventh annual Trigild Lender Conference Spring 2019. Focusing on up-to-the-minute issues related to the commercial real estate and lending industries, this year’s event will be held in Dallas at Hotel ZaZa from April 17 to 18 and is hosted by Trigild, a San Diego-based real estate services firm specializing in property management, receivership, bankruptcy and advisory services.
Sheets will address “For Whom the Bell Tolls – Watching for Signs of a Downturn,” while Muoio will present an “Asset Class Update” at the conference – which will examine topics ranging from construction project risks to ethics questions to hospitality trends.
This year’s agenda includes:
Natural (and Unnatural) Disasters – Hurricanes, Floods, Fires, Shutdown, Immigration
A View from the Top – Senior execs weigh in on the most pressing CRE issues
Future NOW – Technology – Blockchain, Sharing Economy – Co-working
CRE CLOs – Déjà vu all over again?
Hard Hats and Cranes – Construction project risks in a downturn
Be Our Guest – Hospitality Asset Trends, Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies
Ethics Showdown – Case studies on lies/schemes that borrowers have engaged in
Muoio is chief economist and head of Ten-X research – heading all commercial and residential research and analytics for Auction.com and is senior principal of Ten-X Maximus, its third-party research provider. He has nearly thirty years of experience in real estate research, specializing in tailored real estate research for specific transactions, underwritings, portfolios and strategies, as well as a steady stream of research on the macro and regional economies, capital markets and their impact on the full spectrum of real estate segments.
Serving as portfolio manager of the Special Situations Debt Group (SSDG), Sheets is a member of Clarion’s Debt Investment Committee – with nearly 20 years of leadership, property acquisition, asset management, capital formation and restructuring experience across a variety of capital structures, asset types and geographies. SSDG was established upon Clarion’s acquisition of AlumCreek Holdings LLC (“ACH”), a private equity platform that Sheets established in 2014.
Open to lenders, special servicers, legal counsel, investors, real estate fund leaders, asset managers and loan buyers, the day-and-a-half program features multiple networking opportunities and is one of the firm’s annual sold-out events that draws hundreds of industry specialists. There is still room for panelists, exhibitors and sponsors to become involved. Those interested can contact marketing(at)trigild.com for details.
To register or learn more about the event, visit http://www.trigild.com and click on the Spring Lender Conference box.
Headquartered in San Diego with offices throughout the country, Trigild has more than 40 years of management and fiduciary expertise, with a focus on managing and maximizing value for assets in an array of industries, including commercial real estate, multifamily, hospitality and more. Since its inception, Trigild has developed a full service national operating platform providing institutional quality services to private real estate investors and financial institutions. For information, visit http://www.trigild.com.