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Greater Los Angeles Capital Markets & Real Estate Finance

What Investment Trends Are Impacting the Capital Stack?

Event Ended On: Wednesday April 3 2019

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Events Speakers and Panels

LA Debt Market

How Are Lenders Thinking About the Region's Investment Trends?

Priyesh Bhakta

Priyesh Bhakta

Executive Vice President, Hankey Investment Company

Bradley Ross

Vice President, Madison Realty Capital

Jane Hinton

Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

Equity & Investment Dynamics

How Is Capital Entering the Market & How Do Dealmakers See It Playing Out?

Evolution of the Capital Stack

How Are Deals Being Structured in the LA Market?

Kyle Jeffers

Kyle Jeffers

Managing Director & Head of Western Originations, ACORE Capital
Richard Hill Adams
Moderator

Richard Hill Adams

Chairman & CEO, American Realty Capital Advisors

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
LA Debt Market
How Are Lenders Thinking About the Region's Investment Trends?
9:45 AM
10:20 AM
Equity & Investment Dynamics
How Is Capital Entering the Market & How Do Dealmakers See It Playing Out?
10:20 AM
11:00 AM
Evolution of the Capital Stack
How Are Deals Being Structured in the LA Market?
11:00 AM
11:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

JW Marriott Los Angeles LA Live
900 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Ballroom: Platinum Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Parking Information: Valet Day Parking- $20.00
*Based Upon Availability*

Self-Parking at LA Live (next door to the hotel):
$10 for First Two Hours
$10 each additional 1/2 hour

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Event Summary

As Los Angeles continues to grow, develop and attract attention as a world-class urban metropolis,

developers have followed in suit. The market has 2M SF of office, 5M SF of industrial, and 28K multifamily units under construction, the region is surging with new

development. Investment is strong as well, with Class C multifamily sales growing 50% in the past year. While office sales have dropped 25%, many

attribute the

dip

to investors targeting lower cost assets ripe for conversion. A growing market requires dealmakers to

utilize expert navigation when building their capital stack. What strategies are developers, investors and financiers using to

fund their projects and investments in Greater Los Angeles? Where are they most confident in market growth and why? Join us as we explore the region's capital markets, forecast its investment climate and strategize a financial structure for a

booming metropolis. Contribute to

the conversation on Instagram and Twitter at @BisnowLA and the hashtag #BisnowLACapMarkets. For questions, press inquiries and recommendations, email your Los Angeles Event Producer James Shearin at James.Shearin@bisnow.com.

1. As office investment sales dropped almost 25% in 2018, what implications does the dip have for the market?

2. With the region's Class C multifamily investment sales growing 50%, which submarkets will see the highest return?

3. In a rapidly changing retail climate, what kinds of assets should you be wary of?

4. What role do dealmakers see foreign investment playing in the next five years?

5. What strategies are developers taking to build their capital stack?