IMN's Real Estate Subordinated Debt Origination & Investment Forum - New York
11/29/2011 - 11/30/2011
8:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EST)
- Hilton New York & Towers
1335 Avenue of the Americas
- New York, NY 10019
Haynes and Boone, LLP was pleased to participate in IMN's Real Estate Subordinated Debt Origination & Investment Forum. The Forum has taken into account recent industry events, and created a revised program that will look at all aspects of sub-debt origination and investment in the context of today’s capital stack and mortgage origination trends.
Having evolved into one of the premier real estate sub-debt events held annually, IMN’s Real Estate Mezzanine Lending event, now IMN’s Real Estate Subordinated Debt Origination & Investment Forum, brings together Lenders, Bankers, Insurance Companies, Debt Funds, Special Servicers, Developers/Property Owners and Service Providers.
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Forum Day One: Tuesday, November 29, 2011
2:00 P.M. Mezzanine Lender & Borrower Workouts: An Update on Strategy
In this session we will examine the latest in strategy that mezzanine lenders and borrowers are adopting to best protect their interests in deals that have gone sour. The main objective of this session is to highlight workout options for the different parties and the key steps to executing a successful workout in different scenarios. Session Moderator
: Steven Koch,
Partner, Haynes and Boone, LLP Panelists
Gary M. Zimmerman, Senior Vice President, UCCPlus Division, Fidelity National Financial, Inc.
William P. Bowman, Senior Vice President, Real Estate, Hartford Investment Management Company
Clark Rogers, Senior Vice President, KeyBank Real Estate Capital Markets
Steven E. Ostrow, Partner, White and Williams, LLP 2:45 P.M. Tranche Warfare: Non-Securitized and Securitized Asset Workouts
* Cure options * Control/appraisal event issues * Joint venture exits * How long until resolution? * Litigation and the courts * Role of the special servicer * Forced sale issues * Debt trading within the stack * UCC Foreclosure issues * Evaluating single senior/multiple mezz loan structure * Complexities when loan is inside a CDO structure * Syndicated loans * A/B notes * Recourse for out of the money positions * Panelists
David Broderick, Partner, Allen & Overy, LLP
Timothy A. Mazzetti, Partner, Executive Vice President, Cohen Financial
David Wanetik, COO and Counsel of the UCC Division, First American Title Insurance Company Carolyn Sullivan
, Partner, Haynes and Boone, LLP