Departments: 4 Quick Questions
"It’s become more critical for companies to reflect their clients, and diversity is no longer a nice-to-have, but a must-have at all levels."
REITs will have opportunities in 2017 where non-REITs maybe have challenges.
We are an industry defined by relationships—whether between borrowers and lenders, developers and sponsors, or REITs and analysts.
Vivek Seth is the head of the Raymond James Real Estate Investment Banking group, which is involved with public and private offerings and mergers and acquisitions within the real estate, hospitality and homebuilding industries.
Sunder Raman discusses the ongoing development of the Indian REIT market.
"Energy-efficient buildings offer leaders an opportunity to set themselves apart from their competition while maximizing tenant satisfaction."
Campbell’s latest book, “Watch That Rat Hole and Witness the REIT Revolution,” offers a comprehensive look at the rise of the REIT industry and some of his most important life lessons.
Ken Kies is the managing director of the Federal Policy Group, LLC, which advises clients on tax policy matters before Congress, the Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service and the OECD.
"We would view REITs as a good long-term proxy to core real estate."
The U.S. is now competing for capital with the rest of the industrialized nations around the world, and FIRPTA puts us in a definite competitive disadvantage.