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LACERA Looks To Diversity And Inclusion | Senior Investment Analyst Shelly Tilaye | Q&A

Shelly Tilaye is a senior investment analyst at Los Angeles County Employees’ Retirement Association, where she has held several positions since joining in 1998. In this interview, Tilaye discusses her 23 years of private equity experience at LACERA, as well as her team's efforts to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion at LACERA and across the investment industry.
Read by 57% of LPs 14 minutes ago

Here Are All The Ideas Presented At The 2020 Robin Hood Investors Conference - Valuewalk Premium

As usual, the Robin Hood Investors Conference has brought several new investment ideas from some of the top minds in the wealth management business. Investors heard from Sachem Head's Barnes Hauptfuhrer, One Tusk Investment Partners' Vivian Lau, Lone Pine's Mala Gaonkar, Lakewood Capital's Anthony Bozza, CAS Investment Partners' Clifford Sosin, Teca Capital's Fernando Vigil and billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller. Michelle Jones was a television news producer for eight years. She produced the morning news programs for the NBC affiliates in Evansville, Indiana and Huntsville, Alabama and spent a short time at the CBS affiliate in Huntsville.
Read by 73% of LPs 15 minutes ago

Q&a: Oil & Gas Bankruptcies, Restructurings & Mergers Likely To Continue In 2021 | Opportune Llp

As Murphy's law states, "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong". This age-old adage can be applied to what the U.S. oil and gas industry has experienced through most of 2020. The U.S. shale sector continues to reel from low oil prices triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, which cratered crude oil and refined products demand and a Saudi-Russia price war in March that resulted in a significant increase in crude oil production and, consequently, supply. The confluence of these events led to a...By: Opportune LLP.
Read by 50% of LPs 44 minutes ago

Cppib Investing In Seattle Real Estate, Bci In Legacy Acquirer

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. are purchasing an office tower in Seattle for US$625 million. The property is 98 per cent leased with Inc. occupying a majority of the building. It's the latest investment in Seattle real estate by the partnership, which also jointly owns the nearby Hill7 office tower. "We're pleased ...
Read by 65% of LPs 45 minutes ago

5 Reasons Why Bitcoin Just Hit An All-time High Price

Growing investor interest, central bank money printing and PayPal's entree helped push bitcoin prices above their previous December 2017 record.
Read by 33% of LPs 1 hour, 5 minutes ago

Mursion Announces $20M In Series B Funding

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Mursion has closed a $20 million Series B financing, led by Leeds Illuminate.
Read by 32% of LPs 1 hour, 39 minutes ago

Eight Must Reads For The Cre Industry On Dec. 1, 2020 | National Real Estate Investor

Climate change could lead to the next mortgage crisis, warns Politico. Extended Stay America has outperformed in recent weeks, reports the Wall Street Journal. These are among today's must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Read by 50% of LPs 1 hour, 44 minutes ago

The Top 3rd-quarter Trades Of Jana Partners

Activist firm reveals new stake in Encompass Health, 2 other stocks. : Investment firm Jana Partners (Trades, Portfolio) disclosed its third-quarter portfolio earlier this month. Founded in 2001 by Barry Rosenstein, the New York-based firm takes a value-oriented, event-driven approach to picking stocks, often entering activist positions in order to help unlock value for shareholders. Keeping its criteria in mind, the firm entered three new positions during the quarter, sold out of two stocks and added to or trimmed a number of other existing holdings. Notable trades included a new investment in Encompass Health Corp. (NYSE:EHC), the sale of Hillenbrand Inc HI .
Read by 52% of LPs 1 hour, 44 minutes ago

Landlords Face Pandemic Insurance Dilemma | National Real Estate Investor

Tenants, landlords and insurers are battling over who is responsible for covering losses for temporary closures. : As they continue to grapple with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic--and wait for further federal relief--commercial real estate tenants may increasingly sue landlords to seek damages under business interruption insurance coverage. However, attorneys caution that tenants may find little success with this legal avenue.
Read by 30% of LPs 1 hour, 44 minutes ago

3 Potential Scenarios For Tesla's Stock -- None Of Them Are Good

Tesla shares are up almost 600% this year, surpassing Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway with an eye-popping $555 billion valuation that dwarfs all car-making rivals. But will it last?
Read by 76% of LPs 1 hour, 44 minutes ago

Cre Crowdfunding Navigates The Pandemic | National Real Estate Investor

COVID-19 has helped fuel activity in a burgeoning part of the commercial real estate finance and investment world. : In an environment where more activity in general has been forced online, investors are getting increasingly comfortable buying and selling commercial real estate that way as well, including in the small, but burgeoning world of crowdfunding. Depending on the scope of their platforms, groups including Realty Mogul, ArborCrowd and Crowdstreet have raised hundreds of millions of dollars from both accredited investors and non-accredited investors since the start of the crisis caused by the coronavirus.
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