CEX Carlton Exchange & JMBM Present: Advanced Webinar: How Lenders Can Maximize Recovery of Non-Performing Assets (REOs and Notes)

An Advanced Webinar for Lenders

This webinar addressed the critical legal and market issues that lenders should consider prior to selling REOs and notes to maximize the value of those assets.

Topics:

  • Current Market Conditions
  • Disposition Strategies (Foreclosure, Receiverships, Note Sales)
  • Knowing Your Buyer
  • Construction Completion Issues
  • Documenting the Sale
  • Lender Liability

Presented by:

David Sudeck is an Of Counsel at JMBM in the Real Estate Department and a senior member of the Firm’s Global Hospitality Group®. David advises lender and developer/owner clients on, among other things, issues relating to loan workouts, property and note sales, and property re-positioning strategies. David primarily focuses on matters involving hotels, condominiums, timeshares, golf courses, and restaurants, but he has extensive experience with all commercial property types.

Guy Maisnik is a partner at JMBM and senior member of the Firm’s Global Hospitality Group® who represents capital providers — both debt and equity — particularly banks, special servicers and opportunity funds. He counsels clients on real estate secured finance, sale-leaseback, restructuring, portfolio acquisitions and construction issues (including mechanics’ lien issues).

Shlomi Ronen is a Managing Director of Carlton Advisory Services and is responsible for co-managing the Los Angeles office. Over the past 18 months, the Carlton Exchange has sold $2 Billion in non-performing notes and REO’s. Shlomi is currently focusing on loan sale advisory and raising equity to recapitalize distressed real estate properties. He holds an MBA with a concentration in Real Estate Finance from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

Farzin Emrani is a Managing Director of Carlton Advisory Services and is responsible for co-managing the Los Angeles office. In recent months, Farzin has overseen the origination and sale of over $500 million in non-performing commercial and residential assets. He is currently focusing on loan sale advisory and structured finance for distressed transactions. Farzin holds joint JD and MBA degrees from the University of Southern California.