Institutional Real Estate, Inc. Podcast show

Institutional Real Estate, Inc. Podcast

Summary: Institutional Real Estate, Inc. (IREI) — a commercial real estate publishing and consulting company — presents our new, free podcast series to help keep you up-to-date on the current institutional real estate investment market. Tune in throughout the month to hear updates from IREI's president and CEO, Geoffrey Dohrmann, in “The Dohrmann Report”; interviews with article authors that get you deeper into our publication in our “Inside the Edition” episodes; and “Report from Europe” episodes that will highlight different countries within Europe. Don't miss any episodes — subscribe now!

Podcasts:

 Shop Talk: The L.A. infrastructure renaissance | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1934

Los Angeles is hotly anticipating hosting the 2022 Super Bowl, the 2028 Summer Olympics and, potentially, the 2026 World Cup — and is in the midst of a $15 billion modernization of Los Angeles International Airport, and the construction of a $4 billion, 298-acre NFL stadium and real estate development that will be the most expensive U.S. stadium ever built. What's more, both the LAX and stadium projects are being financed by private investors. Our guest, Sean Burton, is president of the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, and a former member of the Los Angeles Planning Commission, where he oversaw approval of the NFL stadium. He is also CEO of Cityview, an investment management and development firm. (03/2019)

 Report from Europe: The Paris office market in the of the yellow vests | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1163

With protesters and tension on the streets of Paris and uncertain euro-zone growth, how long can the French capital’s office market keep shining? Marek Handzel, editor of Institutional Real Estate Europe, joins the program to discuss his latest report on the subject. (03/2019)

 Infrastructure Report: The Los Angeles Renaissance | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1934

Los Angeles is hotly anticipating hosting the 2022 Super Bowl, the 2028 Summer Olympics and, potentially, the 2026 World Cup — and is in the midst of a $15 billion modernization of Los Angeles International Airport, and the construction of a $4 billion, 298-acre NFL stadium and real estate development project that L.A. Biz reports is the most expensive U.S. stadium ever built. What more, both the LAX and stadium projects are being financed by private investors. Our guest, Sean Burton, is president of the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, and a former member of the Los Angeles Planning Commission, where he oversaw approval of the NFL stadium. He is also CEO of Cityview, an investment management and development firm. (03/2019)

 Infrastructure Report: Rocket billionaires and the new space race | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1852

Tim Fernholz — who covers space for Quartz and is the author of Rocket Billionaires: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and the New Space Race — joins the program to discuss infrastructure’s rapidly expanding new frontier. Join us for a discussion about the rise of private-sector space exploration, adventure capitalism and the continuing role of NASA. (03/2019)

 Author Spotlight: Rocket billionaires and the new space race | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1852

Tim Fernholz — who covers space for Quartz and is the author of Rocket Billionaires: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and the New Space Race — joins the program to discuss the rise of private-sector space exploration, adventure capitalism, the role of NASA, and what the future might hold in humankind ventures into its final frontier. (03/2019)

 Infrastructure Report: Driverless cars and the new transportation grid | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2719

Sam Schwartz was a New York City cab driver before eventually becoming New York City Traffic Commissioner and chief engineer of the city's Department of Transportation, before founding Sam Schwartz Transportation Consultants, a firm that specializes in transportation planning and engineering. His latest book is titled "No One at the Wheel: Driverless Cars and the Road of the Future." He joins the program to talk about, among other things, the profound infrastructure changes required for the coming driverless car revolution. (03/2019)

 Author Spotlight: Driverless cars and the road to the future | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2702

Sam Schwartz was a New York City cab driver before eventually becoming New York City Traffic Commissioner and chief engineer of the city's Department of Transportation, before founding Sam Schwartz Transportation Consultants, a firm that specializes in transportation planning and engineering. His latest book is titled "No One at the Wheel: Driverless Cars and the Road of the Future." He joins the program to talk about the pros and cons of the coming driverless car revolution. (03/2019)

 Infrastructure Report: The digitization of infrastructure | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1819

Did you know that Google invested $30 billion in infrastructure between 2015 and 2017 to lay 64,000 miles of trans-ocean communication cables? Google is one of several technology companies investing heavily in communications infrastructure. What’s more, digital technologies are being embedded in a host of infrastructure projects. Mathias Burghardt, an executive with Ardian, brings his more than 25 years of experience in the infrastructure and energy sectors, to the program and offers examples of how digital technologies are making their way into infrastructure. (03/2019)

 Shop Talk: Building low and minimum volatility equities portfolios | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2058

What is low and minimum volatility investing? What is the goal of this type of investment? What are some of the strategies available for creating these types of equities portfolios? Our guest, Dana D’Auria, managing director of Symmetry Partners, explains the process. (03/2019)

 Shop Talk_Building low and minimum volatility equities portfolios | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2058

What is low and minimum volatility investing? What is the goal of this type of investment? What are some of the strategies available for creating these types of equities portfolios? Our guest, Dana D’Auria, managing director of Symmetry Partners, explains the process. (03/2019)

 Inside the Edition: Tracking performance with the new IPA/Stanger Monitor | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1604

The Institute for Portfolio Alternatives (IPA) and Robert A. Stanger & Co. have taken first steps in reporting the performance of nonlisted REITs and other investments. The inaugural issue of the IPA/Stanger Monitor, published January 2019, tracks the performance of 56 nonlisted REITs, including seven net-asset-value REITs and 49 Lifecycle REITs. Anthony Chereso, president and CEO of the IPA, and Kevin Gannon, chairman and CEO of Stanger, join the program to explain their collaboration on the new product. (03/2019)

 Shop Talk: The M&A frenzy among RIAs | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1226

2018 was another record year for M&A activity among wealth advisory firms. Who are the acquirers in the RIA space? What is the typical deal structure? How has the trend affected valuations? Does having fewer and larger RIAs mean portend greater use of alternatives and real assets in client portfolios? In the thick of M&A frenzy is Dan Kreuter, founder and chairman of the Gladstone Group, which provides M&A consulting to wealth advisory firms. He joins the program. (03/2019)

 Shop Talk: Alternatives and the need to automating the investing process | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1265

Currently, almost all alternative investments are processed manually — with paper documents mailed or faxed between sponsors, advisers and their investor clients — rather than electronically. That is done at a significant cost to advisers and investors. Why have these processes not been automated? What kind of automation is possible? What would putting automation in the hands of advisers and investors mean to the use of alts and real assets in investment portfolios? Bill Robbins, CEO of WealthForge, explains the issue. (03/2019)

 Report from Asia: Overlooked opportunities in the Land of the Rising Sun | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1446

Institutional real estate investors tend to overlook Japan, despite good opportunities in the Land of the Rising Sun. That is the word from Shusaku “Shu” Watanabe, a director at Nuveen Real Estate. Why is Japan routinely overlooked? What opportunities are going unnoticed? Why is Japan’s aging citizenry and shrinking population not a red flag for the housing industry? What are some of the precautions would-be investors should take into account before making financial commitments to Japan’s housing sector? We discuss. (03/2019)

 Inside the Edition: Proptech and the debt markets | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1231

The real estate industry has traditionally been slow to adopt new technologies, but proptech appears to be changing that. Also featured in the February edition of Institutional Real Estate Americas are a pair of stories about the debt markets and the forces driving them. Editor Loretta Clodfelter walks us through those topics. (02/2019)

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