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Fall Members' Meeting · Friday, October 21, 2016

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Inn at Penn · 3600 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

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The Inn at Penn
3600 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Thursday, October 20, 2016
6:00-7:00 pmRegistration, Cocktails, Hors d'oeuvre
(The National Constitution Center · 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA
Grand Hall Overlook)

"The Story of We the People" exhibit, located in Signer's Hall and Richard and Helen DeVos Exhibition Hall (in rear of 2nd floor), are open to guests.

7:00-8:30 pmDinner, Dessert & Coffee
7:30-8:15 pmFeatured Speaker
(The National Constitution Center · Grand Hall Overlook)

Kermit Roosevelt, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania
"Ramifications of Democratic and Republican Appointments to the Supreme Court"

8:15-10:00 pmGuests may privately tour The Constitution Center's Richard and Helen DeVos Exhibition Hall and Signer's Hall

Guests may privately tour The Constitution Center's Richard and Helen DeVos Exhibition Hall and "The Story of We the People" exhibit in Signer's Hall.

The Inn at Penn
3600 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Friday, October 21, 2016
7:30-9:00 amExecutive Committee Meeting
(The Inn at Penn · 3600 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA
Thomas Webb Richards Room · Third Floor)

Executive Committee Members ONLY

8:00-9:00 amRegistration & Networking Breakfast
(Regent St. Marks Room · Library · Lobby Area)

Mentors meet with students concurrent with Executive Committee Meeting
9:00-9:05 amWelcoming Remarks
(Woodlands Ballroom)

Spencer B. Haber, Chief Executive Officer, H/2 Capital Partners LLC; Chair, Advisory Board, Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center at Wharton

9:05-9:20 amState of the Center Address
(The Inn at Penn · 3600 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA)

Joe Gyourko, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger Director, Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center at Wharton

9:20-10:15 amPanel: "Can the Suburbs Battle Back, or Are Work and Play City Bound?"

Everyone wants to live, work and invest in twenty-four hour gateway cities. Is this a trend, or a fad? What is happening in non-gateway cities in the suburbs? Are they changing, becoming ghost towns or thriving? Will we have the same view of this topic five and ten years from now?

Moderator: Asuka Nakahara, Associate Director at Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center at Wharton

Panelists: E. Todd Briddell, CEO and CIO, CenterSquare Investment Management

Susan B. Carras, Senior Managing Director & Co-Office Head at HFF, L.P.

J. Donald Childress, Senior Managing Partner, Childress Klein

Douglas C. Yearley Jr., CEO, Toll Brothers Inc.

10:15-10:40 amNetworking Break & Travel to Breakout Sessions
(The Inn at Penn · 3600 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA)
10:40-11:40 amCohort Breakout Sessions

Cohort A: Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 215
Cohort B: Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 1206
Cohort C: Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room G60
Cohort D: Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 107
Cohort E: Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room G65

Please read more about each cohort below.
Cohort A

(Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 215)

The members of this cohort will participate in a shark tank-style analysis of Slice Capital and LocalStove; two venture capital initiation program companies from the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship program. The analysis and discussion will be lead by Mitch Clarfield and a panel of cohort members, with audience members from Cohort A offering their opinions and suggestions.

Leaders: Mitch Clarfield, Senior Managing Director, Berkeley Point Capital
Andy Isikoff, Managing Director, The Silverfern Group
Participating Entrepreneurial Companies: Slice Capital & LocalStove
Cohort B

(Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 1206)

"Innovations in Building Design and Development to Meet Rapidly Evolving Tenant Demand"

Four discussion groups will tackle the subjects of multi-family spaces and co-work spaces. This will culminate in a full classroom discussion on both subjects.

Leader: Robert Bellinger, President and CEO, ASB Real Estate Investments
Cohort C

(Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room G60)

"How Public Policy Impacts Real Estate Investing"

Discussion on public policy's effect on real estate investing, and how it relates to positive or negative drivers of the real estate markets.

Leader: Denise Olsen, Senior Managing Director, GEM Realty Capital, Inc.
Carl B. Tash, CIO, Starwood Capital Group
Speaker: Robert P. Ingram, Richard King Mellon Professor of Finance at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
Cohort D

(Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Room 107)

"Real Estate Technology Businesses"

The panel will touch upon the overlapping fields of technology and real estate, and how this linkage is changing the landscape of real estate. How have platforms like Zillow and Trulia, affected real estate? How will developing technologies such as these, affect real estate development and investment in the future?

Leader: Marty Burger, Chief Executive Officer, Silverstein Properties, Inc.
Panelists: Brendan Wallace, CEO, Co-Founder, Fifth Wall Ventures
Ryan Simonetti, CEO, Co-Founder, Convene
Sterling Jawitz, Head of RE Strategic Partnerships, Common Living
Dmitry Koltunov, Co-Founder & CTO, ALICE
Cohort E

(Jon M. Huntsman Hall, Room G65)

"Institutional Real Estate: Penn and Creating Opportunities/Managing Challenges"

Anne Papageorge, Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate Services at the University of Pennsylvania, will discuss Penn's real estate holdings, plans and her thoughts on opportunities and challenges for higher education institutions in the field of real estate.

Leader: Cia Buckley Marakovits, Chief Investment Officer, Partner & Managing Director, Dune Real Estate Partners
Speaker: Anne Papageorge, Vice President of Facilities & Real Estate Services at the University of Pennsylvania
11:40-12:10 pmNetworking Break & Travel Back to the Inn at Penn
12:10-1:10 pmComplimentary Networking Lunch
(The Inn at Penn)
1:10-2:00 pmFeatured Speaker
(Woodlands Ballroom)

Philip E. Tetlock, Leonore Annenberg University Professor in Democracy and Citizenship, Professor of Psychology and Management, University of Pennsylvania
"Superforecasting: How Good Can We Get When We Get Serious About Keeping Score?"

2:00-2:20 pmNetworking Break
2:20-3:30 pmPanel: "Relative Value Investing: What Does It Mean for Real Estate?"
(Woodlands Ballroom)

How should you think about property valuation in a market in which major central banks have reduced yield sharply? How are different types of investors in different parts of the world reacting to this environment? Are certain markets and property types favored over others? Why or why not? What is likely to happen if this environment changes? Hear leading investors from around the globe discuss these and other issues

Moderator: Matthew Lustig, Head of Investment Banking, North America and Head of Real Estate, Gaming and Lodging, Lazard

Panelists: Susan M. Doyle, Managing Director, Commercial Strategies Leader, Co-Head of Real Estate, State Street Global Advisors

Ronald J. Kravit, Senior Managing Director, Co-Head of U.S. Real Estate, Cerberus Capital Management

Taimur Hyat, Chief Strategy Officer, Prudential Global Investment Management

3:30-3:40 pmClosing Comments

Spencer B. Haber



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