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Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc. breaks down the current institutional investing market in this monthly podcast. This month he discusses the SEC relaxing its rules regarding advertising by financial companies, the consolidation of institutional investment dollars in the hands of fewer and larger investment managers, and the reorganization of the executive suite at CalPERS.
Dan Mahoney, an executive with LaSalle Investment Management, talks about the "walkability" article he co-authored with three LaSalle colleagues in the July edition of the Institutional Real Estate Letter — Americas. Mahoney explains how mixed-use developments designed with high walkability ratings are financially outperforming rival developments.
Have you ever heard workplace comments such as, “Jim is a great marketer, BUT he can’t close deals,” or “Rachel works hard, BUT she can’t prioritize”? Of course you have. The workplace is rife with peer assessments that have the dreaded “but” word sitting in the middle of the sentence like a concrete barrier impeding our career advancement. In his new book, “Kiss Your BUT Good-Bye: How to Get Beyond the One Word That Stands Between You and Success,” Joe Azelby and his brother and co-author Bob Azelby elaborate on this career and productivity killer. In this podcast, Joe Azelby, managing director and CEO of J.P. Morgan Asset Management Global Real Assets, discusses the book’s concept as well as the most common BUTs, how a person finds their individual BUT, and how to shrink or cover your BUT.
Andy Kunz is CEO of the U.S. High Speed Rail Association, a Washington D.C.–based nonprofit trade association that is mobilizing industry to develop a 17,000-mile national high-speed rail system built in phases and completed by 2030. In this interview, Kunz makes the case that high-speed rail will change the way we do business and will unlock a fortune in new transit-oriented real estate developments across the country. What's more, he says, it could be entirely funded by private investors.
Ethan Penner, managing partner of Monday Capital Partners, started his long and distinguished career in the savings and loans industry and joined the legendary Drexel Burnham Lambert in 1986, where he established the firm’s non-agency and adjustable-rate mortgage units and oversaw a $1 billion capital commitment business. He is also founder of Capital America, a subsidiary of Nomura Securities, and CBRE Capital Partners, a real estate debt investment management platform with investor commitments in excess of $500 million. In this podcast he discusses financial regulation, the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program, the European sovereign debt crisis, and his lack of faith in the long-term viability of China’s centrally planned economy.