CEO Benjamin Schall says company continuing to diversify away from Sears.
CEO Debra Cafaro says health care REIT has already committed about $2 billion to the life science segment.
Chatham Financial’s Robert Barton expects biggest change in area of ineffectiveness.
American Tower’s Ed DiSanto says increased board-management communication needed this year.
Data center and industrial REITs show highest returns during the month.
Morrison & Foerster’s David Slotkin comments on universal ballots, pay ratio proposals.
Deloitte’s Wyndham Smith says FASB should consider income statement restructuring.
Duke tax director Mark Patterson highlights need for internal cohesion to support compliance.
EY’s Jennifer Hillenmeyer says new standard likely to have “significant impact” on REITs.
Loeb & Loeb’s Terence Cuff says existing partnership and audit agreements need amending.
Deloitte’s Mark Van Deusen discusses preferential dividend rule, FIRPTA changes.
BDO’s Scott Smith highlights state variability on market-based sourcing rules.
Michelle Ngo discusses Kilroy Realty’s evaluation of treasury systems.
King & Spalding’s Carrie Ratliff says clients taking a wait-and-see approach.
Real estate values will likely be flat for six to 12 months, according to Green Street’s Lachance.
CAQ’s Catherine Ide says non-GAAP information offers useful insights.
Michael Chu and Howard Sider of Arch Insurance discuss trends in litigation and regulatory actions.
Sullivan & Worcester’s Ameek Ponda says 2016 was “momentous” year for REIT tax developments.
Colony Northstar’s Frank Saracino says PNLR sponsors will be forced to “continue to deliver.”
EY’s Josh Herrenkohl says companies preparing for digital disruption.