United States: Cadwalader Hosts Second Annual Finance Forum
Last Updated: October 17 2017

On November 8, 2017, Cadwalader will host its second annual Finance Forum. The conference will examine emerging trends and issues in financial services and investment management. The event will take place at the Charlotte Ritz Carlton on 201 East Trade Street in Charlotte, North Carolina. Registration is complimentary and CLE credit will be available.

Conference panelists will discuss a variety of topics, including:

  • Middle-Market Lending: Looking Back, Looking Ahead
  • Blockchain and Commercial Finance: New Technologies, New Opportunities
  • Trends and Challenges in Commercial Real Estate Finance
  • Comeback Time for Residential Mortgages and RMBS
  • Commercial Real Estate CLOs: The Year in Review
  • Fund Finance Update
  • Improving CMBS from the Inside Out
  • Whispers from Washington: A Look at Pending Regulatory Updates
  • Yield-Enhancing Opportunities for Trade Receivables
  • The Secondary Market: Buying and Selling Subordinated Debt
  • Recent Litigation and Enforcement Trends in the Financial Sector
  • NAV and Hybrid Loan Facilities: Current Issues and Trends
  • Addressing Tax Reform and Key Regulations: What You Need to Know

More than 300 participants attended last year's program, and this year's conference has been expanded with additional panels and presentations. The conference begins at 1:00 p.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. It will be followed by a cocktail reception.

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