News by Topic : Transactions
After a year on the job, four REIT CEOs discuss lessons learned and obstacles overcome. John Case, Joseph Coradino, Raymond Gellein, Jr. and Doyle Simons say culture, communication and capital structures have been focal points in year one.
RLJ Lodging Trust is taking on an agressive capital recylcing program. The hotel REIT sold a dozen assets in the first quarter of 2014 and is looking to boost its presence in ports of entry for international travelers.
Andrew Richard is a managing director of Credit Suisse in the Investment Banking division.
Green Street Advisors Chairman Mike Kirby counsels industry against overemphasizing growth.
GreenOak’s Sonny Kalsi says capital availability is improving for private equity real estate firms.
Andy Richard says possible uptick in M&A activity remains an open question.
Managing director Ron Bohlert says non-listed REITs could make up for lack of IPOs.
Shari Thakady sees impermissible services as a growing issue for tax directors of REITs.
Twenty years after its IPO, net lease REIT aggressively pursuing expansion.
Bob O’Brien says REITs focusing more on honing core strategies than mergers and acquisitions.