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Information Management Network’s (IMN) 7th Annual Winter Forum on Real Estate Opportunity and Private Fund Investing

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 {ml-event-to} Friday, January 15, 2010
01:00 AM ET

Morgan Lewis's Scott Morehouse and Bruce Fischer will participate in panel discussions at this event.

Morgan Lewis is sponsoring Information Management Network's (IMN) Seventh Annual Winter Forum on Real Estate Opportunity and Private Fund Investing, January 13–15, 2010 in Southern California. The forum is one of the nation's leading educational conferences, offering an unparalleled opportunity to network with some of the industry's most respected thought leaders. In 2009, the forum attracted more than 500 high-profile real estate fund representatives, finance professionals, and investors.

The forum will highlight the strategies employed by some of the world's most successful real estate fund investors. The presentation will be targeted toward real estate opportunity and private fund representatives, investors, property managers, developers, owners, advisors and consultants, finance professionals, legal experts, and anyone seeking to gain an edge in the real estate investment industry.

Bruce Fischer will speak on the panel "The era of the ‘New Lender'? Deal structures, terms and how borrowers can get deals done."

In this panel, those with new lending vehicles will discuss the state of the real estate lending industry, the role that they are playing, and how borrowers can work with them to get deals done.

Scott Morehouse will moderate the panel "Distressed debt funds and mortgage REITs: is the market finally loosening up? Where is capital being deployed? Is it already an overcrowded market?"

A large number of distressed debt funds and mortgage REITs have been raised in the past year. In this panel we will discuss the realities of this market sector.

When:
January 13–15, 2010

Where:
Laguna Beach, CA

For more information or to register, please use the above registration link.