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Distressed Real Estate: Examining Debt and Equity Structures to Mitigate Losses and Identify Opportunities

Presented by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Speaking Engagement | July 22–23, 2009

Partners Sheri Chromow and Timothy Little will speak on “Workouts and Restructuring – A Legal Perspective” at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 23.

Topics of the conference include:

  • Intricacies of how equity and debt were tranched and sold; who the critical constituents are in the restructuring process and how their respective interests may or may not align; and, given the potential outcomes of restructuring--recapitalization, bankruptcy, foreclosure, etc.--how best to deal with each scenario
  • How to develop an approach to implementing strategies for potentially troubled assets, including restructuring as well as ways to create value through innovative asset management
  • The impact government policies and actions will have on the commercial real estate market
  • Areas where opportunity may lie: who are likely players to capitalize on the severe distress, where can quality yields be harvested, which asset classes hold promise, and what skill sets will be important?

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