2013 was the year of liquidity events for Non-Traded REITs. $11 billion worth of liquidity events occurred in the first half of the year, compared to just $3.6 billion in the latter half of 2012. With another three liquidations pending, a further $8 billion is on the table*.
And with much of the shareholder capital received from these liquidations being reinvested into other Non-Traded REIT products, this dynamic industry is seeing its hard work into improving its offerings to investors pay dividends.
Opportunities continue to abound in this evolving market, but this sector is not without its challenges.
Now in its eleventh year, IMNs NY Non-Traded REIT Industry Symposium the meeting place for the Non-Traded REIT and Broker/Dealer community on the east coast will continue its valued tradition of bringing together the top executives to discuss the leading issues heading the industry’s agenda.
Developed with the support of an industry-led event advisory board, the 2014 program is designed to meet the information needs of established, new and prospective Non-Traded REITs. The Symposium also serves the growing number of Broker/Dealers and RIAs that sell, or that are considering selling, the product.
Who Should Attend
Senior executives from:
Non-Traded REIT sponsors
Broker/dealers; Financial planners; Financial advisory firms
Service providers to the industry
Anyone wanting to know if this industry is a good fit for them
IMN looks forward to welcoming you in June! Don’t forget to reference discount code “GFM” when registering for 10% savings.
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