Join Jake from FR Risk Management for a webinar on ARC NYC REIT
The discussion will include:
• Recent developments at ARC NYC REIT
• Past Proxy Proposals
• Current Proxy Proposals
• FR Risk Management’s Recommendation
FactRight’s own Jake Heidkamp reviews current financial highlights, and provide in-depth assessments of pending shareholder actions and strategic transactions affecting former AR Global-sponsored programs, including:
• ARC Hospitality
• AR Global Trust II
• American Finance Trust
• ARC Healthcare Trust III
• ARC New York City REIT
• ARC Retail Centers of America
Get up to date information on the AR Global programs that are at critical operational crossroads so that you can best inform and advise your clients.
About our Presenter:
Jake Heidkamp has been an analyst at FactRight since 2015 and focuses primarily on ongoing due diligence of credit and real estate programs, including business development companies, REITs, interval funds, private equities, Regulation A+ offerings, DSTs and other alternative investments.
Jacob provides insight and analysis of credit, illiquid assets, valuation procedures, proxy solicitations and merger proposals for alternative investments. Additionally, he provides financial analysis of DST offerings, as well as analysis of primary securities offerings. Jacob supports broker dealers in their initial and ongoing evaluation of alternative investment offerings, by leveraging his experiences, prior to FactRight, in structured finance valuation services, credit analysis, financial institution mergers and acquisitions, and securities litigation.
Join FactRight’s own Chari Graham as she leads a discussion with Kristy Grant-Hart, Author, Compliance & Ethics Consultant, Speaker on The Economics of Integrity.
In this lively webinar, you’ll hear about the financial, emotional, and reputational cost of companies acting without integrity, and then learn specific, immediately actionable ways to build the high-trust corporate environment essential to building a great work culture.
About Our Presenter
Kristy Grant-Hart, managing director of Spark Compliance Consulting, is a noted compliance and ethics professional. Spark Compliance Consulting focuses on creating, energizing, and optimizing corporate compliance and data privacy programs. Kristy is the author of How to be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer and is an adjunct professor at Delaware Law School, Widener University, teaching Global Compliance and Ethics. Ms. Grant-Hart was previously the chief compliance officer at United International Pictures, the joint distribution company for Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures in 65+ countries. Ms. Grant-Hart began her legal career at the international law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where she worked in the firm’s Los Angeles and London offices. She is an experienced international conference speaker and has published articles in magazines and trade publications in the United States and Europe on anti-bribery topics and on data privacy and data transfer. Kristy has advised Fortune 500 companies on international compliance and has created and revamped compliance programs for major companies in Europe and the United States. Ms. Grant-Hart graduated summa cum laude from Loyola Law School in California. She is certified as a Corporate Compliance and Ethics Professional – International (CCEP-I) and is a member of the California Bar.
With three issuers recently listing on the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ, Regulation A+ is proving to be an efficient and cost-effective method to raise up to $50 million dollars and a stepping stone to becoming a public company.
Things have certainly changed. Before the JOBS Act, Regulation A was a dormant tool for small issuers to raise capital. Now we see it as a basis for many issuers to raise capital by launching a mini-IPO.
How will these Reg A+ opportunities affect you and your business? Join FactRight’s own Brandon Raatikka as he leads a panel discussion with securities lawyers Scott Andersen and George S. Georgiades on the Rise of the Mini-IPO: The Road to NYSE and NASDAQ Using Regulation A+
When it comes to conducting due diligence on asset managers, many investment professionals are doing it wrong. They are focusing too heavily on a standardized documentation process — on collecting the right documents — and not enough on actual investigations.
If you want to build critical qualitative analysis in your diligence on a manager, understand why models are inherently limiting in the diligence process, and supplement your current diligence process with tactics from the experts, watch Rethinking Due Diligence and Manager Selection.
Join our presenter Tom Brakke to learn:
– Why a manager’s historical performance is a poor guide for future results
– How not to fall into a manager’s “narration creation” trap
– The importance of refocusing manager’s discussion from what they do and how they do it
Hosted by Scott Smith
Almost everyone agrees on the necessity of tax reform, but how will the proposed “Better Way” affect the commercial real estate market? Join Scott Saunders, a 28-year veteran of 1031 exchanges, to learn about the market impact of immediate expensing, the elimination of the business interest deduction, and the border adjustment tax. Scott will also discuss the latest developments regarding the elimination of 1031 exchanges and how this may affect investors.
Presented by Scott Saunders
Do you know how a sponsor’s business really operates? Does it matter? According to FINRA’s last two exam priority letters, it does. But if you’re thinking you don’t know anything about IT controls or HR regulations and you don’t have time to figure it out, don’t worry. This is FactRight’s webinar on best practices for operational control due diligence. Join us to learn more about what agreements and procedures to review and what types of questions to ask.
Presented by Kathryn Stephany
Investing in a DST syndication to facilitate a tax-deferred exchange has never been more popular, but advisors must be aware of the common pitfalls in order to sidestep them. This presentation will walk you through the most critical items of DST due diligence—including inspection of the underlying assets, sensitivity analysis, fees, loan terms, and tenant underwriting—so that you can confidently use DST products to help clients meet their financial goals.
Presented by Brandon Raatikka
The popularity of programs with conservation easement benefits is growing among broker-dealers. These are complicated programs with a heightened risk/reward profile relative to many programs review by FactRight.
Whether you’re considering offering these programs this year for the first time, or you’re more experienced, you’ll want to view this video to hear how one of FactRight’s experts analyze conservation easement offerings.
Presented by Russell Putnam
Ongoing due diligence is a key component of maintaining a best in class alternative investments platform. Quarterly platform reviews allow broker-dealers and RIAs to proactively identify opportunities, and mitigate risks before they become headlines. This video focuses on techniques used by FactRight to identify risks in regulatory filings, and how broker-dealers and RIAs can use FactRight reports to complete ongoing due diligence duties.
Presented by Jacob Mohs
A wide variety of investment strategies can be implemented using a closed-end interval fund structure. In this video, we focus on the considerations of broker-dealers when reviewing and approving interval funds. By examining a variety of due diligence approaches, attendees will be able to identify a preferred method of review and begin to refine their interval fund due diligence process.
Presented by Jacob Mohs