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Recap from Day 1 of Real Estate, Direct Lending & Private Debt Forum Part III

Navigating Real Estate and Private Debt Through a Pandemic

Jesse Fahy, VP – Private Capital Funds
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Hospitality-Recovery and Resilience

Amanda Jogia, Prime Alpha
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Dr. Bharat Sangani, Encore Enterprises
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Dharmin Patel, DW Partners
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Joseph Dematteo, JDM Capital
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Kevin Amiot, Jesta Hotal & Resorts
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What Drives Online Traffic and Leads in Direct Lending

Brandon Hopkins, CEO & Founder
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Opportunities in Private Credit Funds & Performance During a Recession

Antonio Zuniga, Oak Shore Capital – Moderator
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Brad Lyons, Stabilis Capital Management, LP
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Mark Fitzpatrick, Glide Capital
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Chris Innes, Dream America
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Richard Beleutz, AIR Assets Management
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Blue Sky Aviation - Commercial Aviation Update

John Morabito, Managing Director, Entrust Global
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Co-Investment vs Direct Investment: Raising Money through Successful Structuring, Custody & Compliance

Tom Kurinsky, SVP, Regional Director, Millenium Trust – Moderator
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Molly McVeigh, Lloyd Jones
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Sara Borazan, North Capital
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Yuting Ren, Harvester Trust
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Evan Wein, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co., Inc.
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Hard Money Lending

Rob Jafek, Boomerang Capital
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David Nielsen, Boomerang Capital

Outlook for Multi-Family Sector Over the Next 12-18 Months Against the Backdrop of COVID-19

Nick Neri, Circle Partners
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Ernest Johnson, ApexOne
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Nate Kline, One Wall Partners
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Grant Cardone, Cardone Capital
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Chris Finlay, Lloyd Jones
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Event Details

Thank you to our Sponsors, Preqin, Millennium Trust, ApexOne Investment Partners, EnTrust Global for helping us make this event possible. Without your support and guidance, we would not have been able to produce such a high quality and great event again. Thank you to all of our FLAIA Members and the FLAIA Board for their support during these challenging times. It is amazing how our community has come together to provide Leadership during great uncertainty. I am proud to be a part of this great group!

Real Estate, Direct Lending and Private Debt are 3 legs of the alternative investment industry and over the past 10 years each of these legs have grown to have a much more profound impact on Main Street. Perhaps these 3 legs have been the hardest hit part of the overall alternative investment industry. Because of the lack of real time liquidity and real time price discovery this Forum is the most important conversation for global investors to join. Most investors have exposure to real estate through equity / credit and amid a crisis, no one has all the answers today. We are determined to bring clarity, truth, facts and experience from the front line by the most talented investment managers.

The content that you helped to shape by answering the survey questions are being used to designed to help shape and generate answer to the questions that are causing lots of sleepless nights. Part III of the Real Estate, Direct Lending and Private Debt Forum will look at the short and long term impact of COVID-19 as well as a look at future opportunities coming out of the global pandemic. The coronavirus crisis has rapidly become a major part of Americans’ everyday lives and many of us are thinking about how the virus has and will continue to impact all sectors of the commercial real estate industry, direct lenders and private debt holders. Coronavirus is creating extreme uncertainty in the short-term with regards to cashflows. There will be a new normal defined by how people shop, work and play in the future. The question is, how will the new norm impact these 3 main pillars of our financial economy?

In our last survey, you responded contrary to popular thought because most did not think it was appropriate to discuss investment opportunities right now in the middle of this crisis. Part I of this conversation stayed away from investment opportunities as we collectively decided to focus more on the right here and right now. Due to overwhelming demand, the conversation will start to look at opportunities available today and in the medium term. We will include a look forward at conditions and opportunities in distressed investments and structuring issues involved in coinvestments vs. direct investments.

Investment opportunities that help businesses that need working capital solutions to turn around the economy in time of Covid-19 will be a key theme of this event. The pandemic is a crisis like no other affecting two fronts: the medical and the economic. The importance to keep the economy running during the crisis is critical for those essential services, food distribution, delivery, and public utilities. Then will come the recovery. Liquidity is the key of to the game and where the alternative investment sector should focus on. The success of the pace of recovery will depend crucially on policies undertaken during the crisis. If policies ensure that workers do not lose their jobs, renters and homeowners are not evicted, companies avoid bankruptcy, and business and trade networks are preserved, the recovery will occur sooner and more smoothly. All working capital solutions that free liquidity into the market will be part of a quick recovery.

While the results from the survey produce sort of a photo finish, the winner of the most interest goes to Private Debt. The discussion will cover opportunities as our managers identify and discuss today’s pressure points in private debt and credit due to the Covid-19 pandemic that will lead to the opportunities of 2020 and beyond. Our expert panel will reflect on past crises and discuss how they are adjusting to today’s new realities and preparing for tomorrow’s opportunities. How are managers handling the increased uncertainty and risk? And where are the related opportunities?

Last month I listened to Jaime Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan discuss how banks are the lenders of last resort and I could not help but think about how businesses are constantly looking for access to capital that traditional banks have not been able to provide since the Great Recession. I thought about the role that banks have been playing since the by lending to direct lenders rather than directly to businesses. This does not align with Jamie Dimon’s internal dialogue and I have witnessed the growth of many platforms as they have stepped in to fulfill the demand. One of the main reasons that businesses and real estate investors have chosen direct lenders over banks is their ability to respond quickly, underwrite deals and get loans funded.

We will learn more from market participants as they shed light on the current conditions!

Navigating Real Estate and Private Debt Through a Pandemic

Jesse Fahy, VP – Private Capital Funds
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Hospitality-Recovery and Resilience

Amanda Jogia, Prime Alpha
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Dr. Bharat Sangani, Encore Enterprises
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Dharmin Patel, DW Partners
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Joseph Dematteo, JDM Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Kevin Amiot, Jesta Hotal & Resorts
Book Appointment

Opportunities in Private Credit Funds & Performance During a Recession

Antonio Zuniga, Oak Shore Capital – Moderator
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Brad Lyons, Stabilis Capital Management, LP
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Mark Fitzpatrick, Glide Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Chris Innes, Dream America
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Richard Beleutz, AIR Assets Management
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Blue Sky Aviation - Commercial Aviation Update

John Morabito, Managing Director, Entrust Global
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Co-Investment vs Direct Investment: Raising Money through Successful Structuring, Custody & Compliance

Tom Kurinsky, SVP, Regional Director, Millenium Trust – Moderator
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Molly McVeigh, Lloyd Jones
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Sara Borazan, North Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Yuting Ren, Harvester Trust
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Evan Wein, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co., Inc.
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Outlook for Multi-Family Sector Over the Next 12-18 Months Against the Backdrop of COVID-19

Nick Neri, Circle Partners
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Ernest Johnson, ApexOne
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Nate Kline, One Wall Partners
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Grant Cardone, Cardone Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Chris Finlay, Lloyd Jones
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Closing Remarks

Rainford Knight, Founder and Managing Partner Florida Institute of Finance

Event Details

Thank you to our Sponsors, Preqin, Millennium Trust, ApexOne Investment Partners, EnTrust Global for helping us make this event possible. Without your support and guidance, we would not have been able to produce such a high quality and great event again. Thank you to all of our FLAIA Members and the FLAIA Board for their support during these challenging times. It is amazing how our community has come together to provide Leadership during great uncertainty. I am proud to be a part of this great group!

Real Estate, Direct Lending and Private Debt are 3 legs of the alternative investment industry and over the past 10 years each of these legs have grown to have a much more profound impact on Main Street. Perhaps these 3 legs have been the hardest hit part of the overall alternative investment industry. Because of the lack of real time liquidity and real time price discovery this Forum is the most important conversation for global investors to join. Most investors have exposure to real estate through equity / credit and amid a crisis, no one has all the answers today. We are determined to bring clarity, truth, facts and experience from the front line by the most talented investment managers.

The content that you helped to shape by answering the survey questions are being used to designed to help shape and generate answer to the questions that are causing lots of sleepless nights. Part III of the Real Estate, Direct Lending and Private Debt Forum will look at the short and long term impact of COVID-19 as well as a look at future opportunities coming out of the global pandemic. The coronavirus crisis has rapidly become a major part of Americans’ everyday lives and many of us are thinking about how the virus has and will continue to impact all sectors of the commercial real estate industry, direct lenders and private debt holders. Coronavirus is creating extreme uncertainty in the short-term with regards to cashflows. There will be a new normal defined by how people shop, work and play in the future. The question is, how will the new norm impact these 3 main pillars of our financial economy?

In our last survey, you responded contrary to popular thought because most did not think it was appropriate to discuss investment opportunities right now in the middle of this crisis. Part I of this conversation stayed away from investment opportunities as we collectively decided to focus more on the right here and right now. Due to overwhelming demand, the conversation will start to look at opportunities available today and in the medium term. We will include a look forward at conditions and opportunities in distressed investments and structuring issues involved in coinvestments vs. direct investments.

Investment opportunities that help businesses that need working capital solutions to turn around the economy in time of Covid-19 will be a key theme of this event. The pandemic is a crisis like no other affecting two fronts: the medical and the economic. The importance to keep the economy running during the crisis is critical for those essential services, food distribution, delivery, and public utilities. Then will come the recovery. Liquidity is the key of to the game and where the alternative investment sector should focus on. The success of the pace of recovery will depend crucially on policies undertaken during the crisis. If policies ensure that workers do not lose their jobs, renters and homeowners are not evicted, companies avoid bankruptcy, and business and trade networks are preserved, the recovery will occur sooner and more smoothly. All working capital solutions that free liquidity into the market will be part of a quick recovery.

While the results from the survey produce sort of a photo finish, the winner of the most interest goes to Private Debt. The discussion will cover opportunities as our managers identify and discuss today’s pressure points in private debt and credit due to the Covid-19 pandemic that will lead to the opportunities of 2020 and beyond. Our expert panel will reflect on past crises and discuss how they are adjusting to today’s new realities and preparing for tomorrow’s opportunities. How are managers handling the increased uncertainty and risk? And where are the related opportunities?

Last month I listened to Jaime Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan discuss how banks are the lenders of last resort and I could not help but think about how businesses are constantly looking for access to capital that traditional banks have not been able to provide since the Great Recession. I thought about the role that banks have been playing since the by lending to direct lenders rather than directly to businesses. This does not align with Jamie Dimon’s internal dialogue and I have witnessed the growth of many platforms as they have stepped in to fulfill the demand. One of the main reasons that businesses and real estate investors have chosen direct lenders over banks is their ability to respond quickly, underwrite deals and get loans funded.

We will learn more from market participants as they shed light on the current conditions!

Navigating Real Estate and Private Debt Through a Pandemic

Jesse Fahy, VP – Private Capital Funds
Download PDF | Book Appointment

 

Hospitality-Recovery and Resilience

Amanda Jogia, Prime Alpha
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Dr. Bharat Sangani, Encore Enterprises
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Dharmin Patel, DW Partners
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Joseph Dematteo, JDM Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Kevin Amiot, Jesta Hotal & Resorts
Book Appointment

 

What Drives Online Traffic and Leads in Direct Lending

Brandon Hopkins, CEO & Founder
Download PDF | Book Appointment

 

Opportunities in Private Credit Funds & Performance During a Recession

Antonio Zuniga, Oak Shore Capital – Moderator
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Brad Lyons, Stabilis Capital Management, LP
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Mark Fitzpatrick, Glide Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Chris Innes, Dream America
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Richard Beleutz, AIR Assets Management
Download PDF | Book Appointment

 

Blue Sky Aviation – Commercial Aviation Update

John Morabito, Managing Director, Entrust Global
Book Appointment

 

Co-Investment vs Direct Investment: Raising Money through Successful
Structuring, Custody & Compliance

Tom Kurinsky, SVP, Regional Director, Millenium Trust – Moderator
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Molly McVeigh, Lloyd Jones
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Sara Borazan, North Capital

Download PDF | Book Appointment

Yuting Ren, Harvester Trust
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Evan Wein, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co., Inc.
Download PDF | Book Appointment

 

Hard Money Lending

Rob Jafek, Boomerang Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

David Nielsen, Boomerang Capital

 

Outlook for Multi-Family Sector Over the Next 12-18 Months Against the
Backdrop of COVID-19

Nick Neri, Circle Partners
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Ernest Johnson, ApexOne
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Nate Kline, One Wall Partners
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Grant Cardone, Cardone Capital
Download PDF | Book Appointment

Chris Finlay, Lloyd Jones
Download PDF | Book Appointment

 

Closing Remarks

Rainford Knight, Founder and Managing Partner Florida Institute of Finance