Navin Nagrani, Vice President at Hilco Real Estate, to Join Distressed Investing Leaders Forum 2010

Navin Nagrani, Vice President at Hilco Real Estate, Speaking at's Upcoming Distressed Investing Leaders Forum 2010, on February 26th.

New York, NY, January 14, 2010 --( Navin Nagrani, Vice President at Hilco Real Estate, will join's upcoming Distressed Investing Leaders Forum 2010 (, on February 26th. He is joining more than 20 Distressed Investing practitioners for an extraordinary gathering of minds that will include an industry-wide networking reception and attract more than 300 members of the Distressed Investing community in the country.

Mr. Nagrani is responsible for new business development and deal structuring for Hilco Real Estate; previously, he was a team leader in Hilco's Appraisal Services group where he managed a group of financial analysts and worked on dozens of debt restructuring transactions on behalf of equity sponsors, investment banks, lenders, and companies covering a vast variety of industries. Prior to joining the Hilco Organization, Mr. Nagrani was a Strategy Consultant for Hewitt Associates where he worked on M&A assignments covering the financial services industry. Before Hewitt Associates, Mr. Nagrani was a Jr. Economist for the Federal Reserve Bank.

Mr. Nagrani is on the Board of Directors for the Real Estate Investment Association and is the founder of its Emerging Leaders Program; he serves as Director of Strategy for the Young Real Estate Professionals Association; he is an award winning member of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and currently serves as Co-Chair of the group's Public Relations Committee. Recently, Mr. Nagrani served a term as Vice-Chairman of the Illinois Mortgage Banker's Commercial/Income Property Lending Committee. Mr. Nagrani grew up in Evanston and graduated with honors from Loyola University Chicago and is a licensed Real Estate Broker by the State of Illinois.

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Edgar Perez