Impact of the New Administration on Commercial Real Estate

Event Details
February 2021
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM ET
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With the swearing in of President Joseph R. Biden Jr., important cabinet positions will be confirmed with incoming new Secretaries at Treasury, HUD and Commerce, and other significant appointees. The resulting impacts of this new administration on the commercial real estate sector needs to be discussed and debated. In addition, Senate leadership changes within the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Development and Finance Committees, will surely impact issues such as carried interest, stepped- up basis and like-kind exchanges. The Biden legislative agenda will also be considered by the House Financial Services and Ways and Means Committees, which includes many new Members of Congress. The new Administration is also expected to tackle important topics, such as tax correction provisions, infrastructure funding and sustainability, terrorism risk insurance reauthorization, deregulation, GSE reform, and more. Come hear the leaders of top commercial real estate associations discuss the effect of these changes for 2021 and beyond, and how real estate companies, investors and managers can prepare.

Emilie R. Ninan, Co-Chair, Finance
David L. Winstead, Real Estate Development and Transactions

Douglas M. Bibby, President, National Multifamily Housing Council
Robert D. Broeksmit, President and CEO, Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA)
Henry Chamberlain, President and COO, Building Owners & Managers Association International (BOMA)
Jeffrey D. DeBoer, President and CEO, The Real Estate Roundtable
Lisa Pendergast, Executive Director, Commercial Real Estate Finance Council
Steven A. Wechsler, President and CEO, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts

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