Departments: 4 Quick Questions

  • 10/22/2018

    4 Quick Questions with Lee Hecht Harrison's Tammy Heermann

    Female leadership development expert Tammy Heermann was the keynote speaker at Nareit's Dividends Through Diversity Forum.

  • 9/13/2018

    4 Quick Questions with FPL Associates' Jeremy Banoff

    Nareit partners with FPL Associates each year to produce the Nareit Compensation Survey.

  • 7/17/2018

    4 Quick Questions with the Institute for Global Futures' Dr. James Canton

    Dr. James Canton is CEO and chairman of the Institute for Global Futures, a think tank he founded in 1990 that advises businesses and governments about future trends.

  • 5/10/2018

    4 Quick Questions with Roosevelt University's Collete English Dixon

    Collete English Dixon is the executive director of Roosevelt University Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate.

  • 3/14/2018

    4 Quick Questions with KPMG's Constance Hunter

    "The real estate market looks healthy, but that does not mean it will not be impacted by the overall economic environment."

  • 1/17/2018

    4 Quick Questions with James J. Hanks, Jr.

    "Most REITs have adopted majority voting in the election of directors/trustees."

  • 10/30/2017

    4 Quick Questions with Cydney Donnell

    "Boards need to do a better and more effective job of creating diversity—not just of gender, but diversity of thought, experience, skill sets and age."

  • Dominique Moerenhout

    4 Quick Questions with Dominique Moerenhout, CEO of European Public Real Estate Association

    EPRA's main priority at present is the reduction of the capital requirements under the European Solvency II regulations.

  • Sander Paul van Tongeren

    4 Quick Questions with Sander Paul van Tongeren, Managing Director of GRESB

    GRESB has become the global standard with $2.8 trillion of real estate companies and funds benchmarked using the GRESB Real Estate Assessment in 2016.

  • Wendy Mann, CREW Network

    4 Quick Questions with Wendy Mann, CEO of CREW Network

    "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."