After last year’s successful NY-based event, IMN is delighted to bring this CFO-specific forum back to the West Coast on May 5-6. Panel discussions outline the current issues and challenges real estate CFOs, treasurers and controllers are encountering, and the strategies and tools they are employing to succeed.
Attend to hear a speaker faculty of your industry peers and specifically-tailored content. Meet with forward-thinking professionals working in your role and learn the cutting-edge strategies needed to stay ahead of the curve. This CFO-specific forum will showcase the current issues and challenges real estate CFOs, treasurers and controllers are encountering, and the strategies and tools they are employing to meet these challenges. While other industry conferences may offer general overviews of the market, IMN's Real Estate CFO Forum is the only place to hear specifically-tailored content crafted by an advisory board and speaker faculty of your industry peers. Meet with forward-thinking professionals working in your role and learn the cutting-edge strategies needed to stay ahead of the curve.
Who Should Attend
Chief Financial Officers (of REITs, Funds, Lenders and Operating Companies), Controllers, Treasurers, Chief Tax Officers, Chief Accounting Officers, Accountants & Service Providers
IMN looks forward to welcoming you to IMN's Real Estate CFO Forum in May! Don’t forget to reference discount code “GFM” when registering for 10% savings.
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