Bruce Greenberg, managing director of the Real Estate Advisory Group at Duff & Phelps, based in Mexico City is a panelist at the 2018 Annual Conference of the ABA Section of International Law in New York. The topic of the panel is “Financing your Dream property Overseas – Challenges and Opportunities in Mortgage Lending for International Real Estate Investors”
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Schedule: 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. (EST)
The panelists will address the following topics:
- How can foreign investors get local financing?
- Is your client dreaming of owning that flat in New York, Barcelona, Canada, or a beach house in Mexico, but needs a loan?
- Would this financing require a joint venture with a local partner?
- Do the recent EEA financial institution regulations and EU bail-in provisions have any impact?
- Would the KYC (Know your Customer) regulations, OFAC and the Patriot Act make things more difficult in the United States.
- Bruce Greenberg, Duff & Phelps, Mexico City, Mexico
- John Hutmacher, Blakes, Toronto, Canada
- Ben Rosen, Rosen Law, Los Cabos, Mexico
Panel Co-Chair & Moderator:
- Margaret Baisley, Baisley Law, New York, NY
Panel Co-Chair and Speaker:
- Gerard Hernandez Colet, Cuatrecasas, Barcelona, Spain
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As Administrator, Duff & Phelps sold majority of the business and assets to Hilding Anders Holdings Limited, saving the jobs of over 100 employees.
Duff & Phelps achieved a business turnaround following 18 months of trading, during which time the theme park and additional properties were developed through investment of £35m. Exit was via CVA which enabled dividend to be paid to unsecured creditors.