McKinsey Consultant Turned Business Networker to Host GoldenNetworking.com's Distressed Investing Conference
Edgar Perez, Columbia Business School MBA and former McKinsey Consultant, hosting GoldenNetworking.com's Distressed Investing Leaders Forum 2010; Conference will Analyze Recent Developments in the Distressed Real Estate, Debt and Financial Assets Markets
The Distressed Investing landscape is in the midst of a radical metamorphosis being shaped by forces here and abroad. Indeed, after a couple of turbulent years in the financial markets, investors are examining the onslaught of financial assets and real estate properties to come to the market. Record numbers of investment groups and real estate investment trusts are raising capital to fund acquisitions of these distressed assets on the cheap. These dislocations have created unparalleled opportunities for investors, private equity and hedge fund managers, bankers, real estate specialists, management consultants and legal and accounting advisors.
Upcoming GoldenNetworking.com's Leaders Forums and Business Networking receptions include:
· High-Frequency Trading Happy Hour (http://www.HFTHappyHour.com), March 1st, 2010, New York City
· Hedge Funds Leaders Forum 2010, "Generating Alpha in Challenging Times" (http://www.HedgeFundsLeadersForum.com), March 18th, 2010, New York City
· Banking M&A Leaders Forum 2010, "Have Deal-Making Hit Bottom Yet?" (http://www.BankingLeadersForum.com), March 25th, 2010, Washington DC
· Venture Capital Leaders Forum 2010, "Setting the Stage for Transformational Change" (http://www.VCLeadersForum.com), April 16th, 2010, Boston, MA
· Real Estate Leaders Forum 2010 (http://www.RealEstateLeadersForum.com), April 22nd, 2010, New York City
Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to contact GoldenNetworking.com by sending an email to email@example.com. GoldenNetworking.com has been frequently featured in the press, including a recent article in The New York Times, "GoldenNetworking.com Helps Job Seekers Make Overseas Connections" (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/07/nyregion/07network.html).