Semiannual Market Update for U.S. Real Estate
- July 16, 2020 at 2 p.m. EDT
- 60 minutes
- On Demand
In this installment of Chatham’s semiannual market update webinar series for U.S. real estate investors, we will examine current market conditions and Fed policy, hedging implications and considerations, and USD LIBOR transition, all within the context of the COVID-19 market.
- Gain a practical understanding of the economic drivers currently impacting today's markets.
- Gather insights on effective strategies for financial risk management.
- Understand what to expect in the coming months for LIBOR transition.
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