Financing Priorities 2024: Capital Markets for Corporates, Private Equity, and Real Property Investors
Join us as we examine the latest priorities and trends for navigating real estate and corporate financing. Our expert panel will explore the dynamic capital markets landscape, revealing how it may impact priorities in 2024. Through an interactive Q&A format that encourages a variety of perspectives and collaborative dialogue, we aim to unravel the latest trends and critical focal points that will shape financing strategies next year and beyond.
- Explore the evolving preferences and strategies of investors and lenders and understand how these changes influence financing decisions.
- Learn effective strategies to adapt and thrive in an environment of prolonged higher interest rates.
- Delve into alternative financing strategies that can diversify your capital structure.
- Gain actionable insights and proven strategies to navigate the challenges posed by the shifting capital market dynamics in 2024.
About the speakers
Managing Partner, Chairman
Global Head of Corporates
Kennett Square, PAAmol Dhargalkar is a Managing Partner and Chairman for Chatham’s Board of Directors. He is the Global Head of the Corporates sector and brings over 20 years of experience in derivatives capital markets expertise.
Global Head of Investment Banking
CorporatesReuben Daniels is a Managing Director and Global Head of Investment Banking. Reuben provides capital markets strategies and capital raising access for our corporate and financial sponsor clients to achieve their business and financial objectives.
Real Estate | Denver, COAndrew Thornfeldt is a Managing Director who leads Chatham's Real Estate Investment Banking practice and is also responsible for the Defeasance practice.
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