First, there was shuttering of retail and mall properties, then office vacancies. More recently, rising interest rates put downward pressure on property cash flows and values. With a dissonance between buyer and seller price expectations and reduced acquisition volume/lending opportunities, where should investors turn to find attractive relative value?
In this webinar, we explore the intricacies of the commercial mortgage loan (CML) market. Our expert panel provides practical strategies to help investors navigate the evolving landscape with confidence.
Our esteemed speakers, Greg Michaud, Head of Real Estate Finance at Voya Investment Management, and Lisa Stange, CFA, Senior Advisor at Clearwater Analytics, guide participants through the current state of the market, shedding light on the factors influencing price expectations and the impact of rising interest rates.
Whether you’re a seasoned investor or new to the CML world, this webinar offers valuable insights to enhance your investment decision-making process. Discover practical tools to identify attractive opportunities amidst uncertainty, uncover best practices in accounting for CML, and position yourself for success.
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Voya Investment Management is not an affiliate or subsidiary of Clearwater Analytics.
Senior Insurance Solutions Advisor, Clearwater Analytics
Head of Real Estate Finance
Gregory Michaud is head of real estate finance at Voya Investment Management, responsible for the oversight of sourcing, underwriting, and management for all commercial real estate loan platforms. Additionally, he serves on the executive leadership team for proprietary assets, the U.S. Credit Committee and chairs the CMBS Steering Committee. Prior to joining Voya as a real estate analyst, Greg was a real estate appraiser focused on commercial properties and eminent domain cases in the southeastern U.S. Greg is an active member of several distinguished real estate industry groups, including the Urban Land Institute (Urban Development Mixed Use Blue Flight), Commercial Real Estate Finance Council (Chairman Emeritus), Mortgage Bankers Association and the National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers. Greg earned an executive MBA from the University of Georgia, an MBA in finance from Kennesaw State University, an MA in World War II Studies from Arizona State University, and a BS in real estate from Florida State University.