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Greenberg Traurig’s Susan Neuberg Moderates CRE Finance Council Seminar

WASHINGTON – May 19, 2016 — Real Estate Shareholder Susan E.D. Neuberg will moderate CRE Finance Council’s after-work seminar, “Opportunities, Challenges and Sourcing Capital under the New Regulatory Regime,” May 24, 2016, in Greenberg Traurig’s Washington, D.C. office.

The seminar will consist of two-parts – a panel discussion on liquidity, limitations, sources of capital, and emerging structures, followed by a market and regulatory update.

Neuberg will moderate the discussion with panelists Darren Gluck, Managing Director & Chief Credit Officer, Benefit Street Partners; Matt Henry, Managing Director, Global Real Estate, Chatham Financial; Kate Madine, Managing Director, PNC Real Estate; Julie Madnick, Managing Director, Ranieri Partners; and Steven Rivers, General Counsel, LNR Property LLC. Specifically, the panelists will discuss the effects of regulatory reform affecting commercial real estate investments; liquidity; capital, capacity, and competition; sources of equity and providers of debt; and emerging players, structures, and markets.

Chris van Heerden, Director, CMBS Research, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC; Darrell Wheeler, Managing Director, Head of Research, Global Structured Finance, Standard & Poor's Rating Service; and Christina Zausner, Vice President, Industry and Policy Analysis, CRE Finance Council, will then give a mid-year market overview and regulatory update with a focus on Reg A/B, Basel III, Risk Retention, and HVCRE.

Neuberg focuses her practice on structuring, negotiating, and documenting debt and equity investments for global institutional and alternative investors, major lenders, advisors, and portfolio managers. She has worked on numerous debt and equity transactions and has wide ranging business and legal experience in a broad array of real estate, real estate finance, and capital markets transactions. Neuberg’s clients include multi-national banks, investment banks, life companies, CMBS portfolio managers and servicers, pension funds and their advisors, as well as borrowers, owners, and developers.