8:00 am - REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING BREAKFAST
8:45 am - IGLOBAL FORUM OPENING REMARKS AND UPDATE
9:00 am - NAVIGATE MACROECONOMIC HEAD AND TAILWINDS: IMPLICATIONS OF A RATE HIKE AND INFLATION
9:30 am - INVESTOR PANEL: IDENTIFYING RELATIVE VALUE OVER THE NEXT DECADE AND NAVIGATING A SELLERS’ MARKET FOR QUALITY ASSETS
2021 has seen a storm of buying forces, with pent up demand being unleashed as investors are put under pressure to deploy capital at favourable funding rates. This tsunami of capital is creating fierce competition for quality assets, and demand is spilling over to tertiary assets and geographies. The world’s largest real estate investors, across debt and equity, will share unique insights on how they will invest through the next cycle.
New York Life Investors
Senior Vice President - Finance, International Development and Investor Relations
Managing Director, Real Estate and Alternatives Asset Class Head
10:30 am - NETWORKING BREAK
10:45 am - SOFR AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON YOUR LOANS
The Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) is a new interest rate benchmark for business and consumer lending that will replace Libor.
Riverside Risk Advisors
11:00 am - DEFINING THE MEGATRENDS OF TOMORROW (TELEHEALTH, LIFE SCIENCES, DIGITISATION); HOW SHOULD INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS EVALUATE ALTERNATIVE ASSETS AND ACHIEVE SCALE?
The pandemic has accelerated megatrends, from the explosion of e-commerce to the rise of telehealth solutions. With parts of the retail and office markets facing structural headwinds, investors are increasingly turning to non-traditional sectors as sources of resilient, income-driven performance, but how should investors approach these alternative assets?
11:45 am - HOW WILL THE PANDEMIC CHANGE URBAN AND SUBURBAN CENTRES?
The crisis has triggered structural and behavioural trends, impacting the way we think about work value space. Will these demographic trends be temporary, or will there be a permanent paradigm shift for cities and spaces?
12:15 pm - NETWORKING LUNCH
1:45 pm - ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS
The Future of Opportunity Zone Funds
3:15 pm - IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISTRESSED INVESTMENTS: ANALYSIS OF THE CREDIT CYCLES
Investors are increasingly looking to distressed debt and credit opportunities that offer relatively stable cash flows in a low yielding environment. Paradoxically, the window of distress was unexpectedly small during the crisis, so will distress opportunities emerge, and how will investors manage the next credit cycle?
4:00 pm - COCKTAIL RECEPTION & NETWORKING
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