Jeff Friedman says the company tripled its equity market cap in 2010.
Chimera Investment's Matt Lambiase says distress is easing but still has ways to go.
Existing companies have been able to meet M&A opportunities, diluting need for IPOs.
Heitman's Tim Pire says rising yields will continue to attract investors to REITs.
After stabilizing balance sheet, Drew Sims says company will focus on acquisitions.
CFO Don Ramon says investing across the mortgage spectrum lets Invesco best target opportunities.
Jerry Doctrow says RIDEA opened door for new opportunities in coming year.
Excel Trust maintains an active pipeline of off-market deals.
Riddiough says REITs lead private companies, both on the way down and on the way up.
Adelante's CEO Michael Torres says capital access and transparency add value.
Pebblebrook CEO Bortz says today's recovering hotel market is robust.
Glimcher CEO details plans for growth.
Landy foresees broad internationalization of REITs.
Consumers will hit inflection point in 2011, says PREIT's Glickman.
Ichiro Makijima of ARES says J-REITs poised for growth after losing half their market cap value.
Bill Hankowsky says diversifying by product, market, tenant base good offense and defense.
The future of the REIT industry is tied to globalization.
Kilroy Realty seeing fundamentals turn, occupancy rising.
American Century's Steve Brown says CRE fundamentals bottoming; 2011 looking good.
First Industrial's Bruce Duncan says rate increases still a year or two away.