Departments: Capital Markets

Mervyn King
Ending Financial Alchemy with Mervyn King

Mervyn King talks about the events that led up to thefinancial crisis, the hubris of economists, war games with the FederalReserve and more.

Kim Wright, UBS
Kim Wright of UBS Discusses Brexit and the Global Real Estate Market

We look to identify and address the pivotal questions affecting listed real estate, globally, regionally and at an individual company level.

Bradford Stoesser
The Growth of Green Investment Strategies

Once a niche space within the world of financial products, green investment strategies have grown in terms of sophistication and diversity.

Dave Nadig
Facts on ETFs, GICS Changes

Dave Nadig spoke with REIT magazine about the market for ETFs and the implications of the GICS move for listed REITs and real estate companies on the buy side of the investing industry.

Superforecasting
Phil Tetlock Explains the Art and Science of Superforecasting

University of Pennsylvania professor Phil Tetlock argues that certain people do possess astute predicting prowess in his new book. 

Mark Snyderman of Fidelity Investments
Key Issues for the REIT Market in 2016 From Mark Snyderman of Fidelity Investments

Mark Snyderman, a portfolio manager with Fidelity Investments, has overseen a broad range of real estate investment portfolios in his career. 

Alvin Roth
Nobel Prize Winner Alvin Roth Plays the Match Game

The “Who Gets What—and Why” author takes a deep dive into the discipline of market design and some of its practical applications. 

Don Hanna
Spanning the Globe with Don Hanna of Roubini Global Economics

Don Hanna offers his insights on some of the biggest economic stories from around the world.

Mike Nash
Blackstone’s Michael Nash Reflects on Thoughtful Lending and Expanding Market Share

Michael Nash spoke recently with REIT magazine on topics including the state of market fundamentals and the reasons why Blackstone has been selling so much of its real estate lately.

Russ Roberts
Russ Roberts Applies Adam Smith to Modern-Day Issues

In the 18th century, Adam Smith and his “invisible hand” changed the course of human history. The writings of the Scottish philosopher and father of economics have far more to offer than just wisdom on the law of supply and demand, though, according to Russ Roberts.

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