Semiannual Market Update for Real Estate
- September 15, 2021 at 11 a.m. EDT
- 60 minutes
- On Demand
As we near the end of 2021, real estate investors continue to face significant uncertainties. Will COVID-19 variants lead companies to delay or modify return-to-office plans? What if inflationary pressures persist — will the Federal Reserve's hand be forced to raise rates sooner? How do the current yields affect capital markets strategies? In this webinar, Adrian and Jamie will cover the latest developments in economic and financial conditions, give an update on IBOR transitions, and discuss options to risk-manage future financing.
- Understand how key points of uncertainty are currently impacting U.S. and European markets.
- Gather insights on effective strategies for managing your firm’s financial risk.
- Learn how to access current market data to inform your capital markets decisions.
About the speakers
Hedging and Capital Markets
Real Estate | Kennett Square, PAAdrian Ng is Director, Hedging and Capital Markets on Chatham’s Real Estate team. Adrian works with some of the largest real estate managers in currency and interest rate hedging.
Hedging and Capital Markets
Real Estate | LondonJamie Macdonald is a Managing Director of Hedging and Capital Markets and serves as a senior leader on Chatham’s European Real Estate Team. He helps clients manage risk through derivatives and hedging activities.
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