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    2016 Annual Meeting: Advising Your Clients- Exploring Key Tax Credit and Affordable Housing Issues

    Advising Your Clients: Exploring Key Tax Credit and Affordable Housing Issues

    Speakers:
    Anthony Freedman, Holland & Knight, Washington, DC
    Bryan Keller, Rubin Brown, St. Louis, MO
    Doug Koch, Dauby O’Connor Zaleski, Newton, MA
    Beth Mullen, Cohn Reznick, Sacramento, CA

    How can multifamily affordable housing developers keep costs down when pursuing new construction and acquisition rehab projects? How will changes to IRS audit rules for partnerships impact tax credit development? How can developers maximize their value as they prepare for Year 15? Expert accountants, lawyers, and consultants address these questions and more.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Keynote Address- Breaking Developments at HUD & Case Studies- Affordable Housing Debt Executions

    Keynote Address: Breaking Developments at HUD

    Theodore K. Toon, Director of FHA Multifamily Production, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

    Case Studies: Affordable Housing Debt Executions

    Speakers:
    Chris Barnes, Dominium, Plymouth, MN
    Karen Dubrosky, Dougherty Mortgage, Minneapolis, MN
    Anand Kannan, Community Preservation Partners, Irvine, CA
    Chris Crump, JLL Capital, Grapevine, TX
    Wade Norris, Eichner Norris & Neumann PLLC, Washington, DC Moderator

    Ted Toon, HUD’s Director of FHA Multifamily Production, provides an explanation of recent HUD announcements, including an updated Multifamily Accelerated Processing Guide and lower mortgage insurance premiums for affordable and energy efficiency multifamily housing. In the next session, panelists present on innovative case studies using a Freddie Mac Bridge to Tax Exempt Loan and a Fannie Mae Reduced Occupancy Affordable Rehab program.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Keynote- A Conversation with Jonathan Rose

    Keynote: A Conversation with Jonathan Rose

    Speakers:
    Peter Bell, National Housing & Rehabilitation Association, Washington, DC
    Jonathan Rose, Jonathan Rose Companies, New York, NY

    Jonathan Rose is a developer who thinks outside the box. He has been a leader in the multifamily affordable housing industry for decades and continues to pursue projects that set trends for the rest of the industry. Peter Bell, NH&RA President & CEO, talks with him about how he built his company and his career, his current projects and initiatives, and his vision for the industry moving forward.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Case Studies- Innovative Approaches to HUD and Historic Preservation

    Case Studies: Innovative Approaches to HUD and Historic Preservation

    Speakers:
    Jonathan Bentz, Cathedral Development Group, Providence, RI
    Tom Capp, Gorman & Company, Inc., Oregon, WI
    Miles Hapgood, Stratford Capital Corp., Peabody, MA
    David Leon, Broad and Cassell, Orlando, FL Moderator
    Richard Price, Berkadia, Bethesda, MD
    Monica Sussman, Nixon Peabody LLP, Washington, DC
    David Twombly, Twombly Consulting, Saunderstown, RI

    Gorman & Company shares two case studies, one that involves porting Section 8 Project-Based Vouchers and a second that combined three properties under one RAD transaction. Stratford Capital talks about the old school in Oklahoma City that they helped adapt using state LIHTC and Historic Tax Credits, even as the programs came under serious threat. Cathedral Development Group recounts their race against the clock to recapitalize a property using 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits in Phoenix.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Employee Engagement at Affordable Housing Companies

    Employee Engagement at Affordable Housing Companies

    Speakers:
    John Gahan, Murtha Cullina LLP, Boston, MA
    Stan Hannah, Plante & Moran PLLC, Southfield, MI

    Multifamily affordable housing developers say attracting and retaining talented staff is one of their greatest challenges right now. Stan Hannah, Organizational Psychologist at Plante Moran, conducted a survey of many of these developers to get a sense of the obstacles to this process and discusses strategies for building a strong organizational culture to keep employees engaged.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: New Life for the New Markets Tax Credit

    New Life for the New Markets Tax Credit: Resources for Housing & Community Facilities

    Speakers:
    Stephen Nolan, Nolan Sheehan Patten, Boston, MA
    Ira Weinstein, Cohn Reznick, Baltimore, MD
    Joe Wesolowski, Enterprise Community Investment, Columbia, MD

    With a recent five-year extension, the New Markets Tax Credit has a new lease on life. Industry experts provide an update on the program, looking at how it has changed over the years and how it will be implemented moving forward. The panel focuses on opportunities and strategies for incorporating housing into NMTC developments. It also sets the stage for NH&RA’s New Markets Tax Credit Symposium, which will be held in conjunction with the 2016 Summer Institute.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Planning for an Uncertain Future- Developers Roundtable

    Planning for an Uncertain Future: Developers Roundtable

    Speakers:

    Jeff Brodsky, Related Management, New York, NY
    Jeff Kittle, Herman & Kittle Properties, Indianapolis, IN
    Joan Hoover, Conifer Realty LLC, Rochester, NY
    Armand Tiberio, CBRE Affordable Housing, Seattle, WA Moderator

    Three leading multifamily affordable housing developers discuss what they learned from the Great Recession and the dynamics they are seeing in today’s market. The discussion ranges from rising construction costs to the difficultly of recruiting and retaining talented staff to the other challenges keeping them up at night.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Case Studies - Structuring Partnerships with Public Housing Authorities

    Speakers:

    • Pat Costigan, CF Housing Group, Moderator
    • Amy Glassman, Ballard Spahr
    • Milt Pratt, The Michaels Organization
    • Cassandra Silvernail, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    • Zoe Weinrobe, Recap Real Estate Advisors

    • A successful partnership between a private developer and a public housing authority is a key component of the Rental Assistance Demonstration program. Panelists discuss the partnership from the vantage point of the public housing authority, the investor, the developer, the consultant, and the attorney.



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    2016 Annual Meeting: Case Studies -The Many Faces of RAD

    Speakers:

    • Robin Vaughn, Hunt Development Group
    • Ivy Dench-Carter, Pennrose Properties
    • Chris Hornig, Klein Hornig
    • Shelly Patton, Tapestry Development

    Three developers talk about how the Rental Assistance Demonstration program has created a variety of possibilities to improve and preserve affordable housing.



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    2015 Summer Institute: Affordable Housing Debt Roundtable

    Affordable Housing Debt Roundtable

    This session presented a series of case studies. In one, Tracy W. Peters, of Red Capital Group, and Konrad Schlater, of Preservation of Affordable Housing, present on a transaction that included a FHA 221(d)(4) mortgage to finance the acquisition of a property in Illinois. Next, Jim Gillespie of Bellwether Enterprise presents a case study of a transaction to acquire, renovate, and preserve affordable housing in Connecticut using first mortgage debt combined with private equity. To wrap things up, Alysse Hollis, of Jones Walker, discusses a unique transaction that used 501(c)(3) bonds for acquisition and rehabilitation of 204 units of affordable housing in Texas.

    Speakers
    Jim Gillespie, Bellwether Enterprise, New York, NY
    Alysse Hollis, Jones Walker, Cincinnati, OH (Moderator)
    Tracy W. Peters, Red Capital Group, Columbus, OH
    Konrad Schlater, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc, Boston, MA

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    2015 Summer Institute: Building the Future - Case Examples in Succession Planning

     

    Building the Future: Case Examples in Succession Planning

    How can an organization plan to sustain itself beyond the careers of its current leadership? John Gahan of Murtha Cullina leads a discussion of this issue among two companies that have experienced it. Howard Cohen and Pam Goodman of Beacon Communities illustrate the process of transitioning leadership, and the internal and external considerations that guided their decisions. Mark McDaniel of Great Lakes Capital Fund, and the consultant with whom he worked:  Stan Hannah of Plante Moran, explained how his organization developed a comprehensive, long-term plan to identify and prepare their future leaders.

    Speakers

    Howard Cohen, Beacon Communities, Boston, MA
    John W. Gahan III, Murtha Cullina LLP, Boston, MA (Moderator)
    Pam Goodman, Beacon Communities, Boston, MA
    Stan Hannah, Plante Moran, Detroit, MI
    Mark S. McDaniel, Great Lakes Capital Fund, Lansing, MI

     



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    2015 Summer Institute: Disparate Impact - How the Supreme Court is Reshaping Affordable Housing Policy

    Disparate Impact: How the Supreme Court is Reshaping Affordable Housing Policy in TDHCA v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc.

    Sharon Wilson Géno moderates a panel discussion on the housing landscape following the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold disparate impact and the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s recent Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule. Bryan Green of the HUD explains the new rule. Henry Korman, Klein Hornig, and Andrea Ponsor, Local Initiatives Support Coalition, take an in-depth look at fair housing and what it means for the future of affordable housing.

    Speakers
    Bryan Greene, HUD, Washington, DC
    Sharon Wilson Géno, Ballard Spahr LLP, Washington, DC (Moderator)
    Henry Korman, Klein Hornig LLP, Boston, MA
    Andrea Ponsor, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Washington, DC



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    2015 Summer Institute: State & Historic Tax Credit Structures - An Evolving Marketplace

     

    State & Historic Tax Credit Structures: An Evolving Marketplace

    Jerry Breed, Bryan Cave, moderates a panel session on trends in state and historic tax credit structures. Michael Gardner of Gardner Capital, Chris Hite of Sugar Creek Capital, Marshall Phillips of Cohn Reznick, and Jerome Sullivan of Churchill Stateside Group discuss various state and federal credits, along with issues concerning recapture period, capital accounts, and driving up value.

    Speakers

    Jerome A. Breed, Bryan Cave LLP, Washington, DC  (Moderator)
    Michael Gardner, Gardner Capital, Inc., Saint Louis, MO
    Chris Hite, Sugar Creek Capital, Saint Louis, MO
    Marshall E. Phillips, CohnReznick LLP, Charlotte, NC
    Jerome Sullivan, Churchill Stateside Group LLC, Chicago, IL

     



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    2015 Summer Institute: Deal Makers - Summer Developers Roundtable

    Deal Makers: Summer Developers Roundtable

    Kenan Bigby of Trinity Financial, Tom Capp of Gorman & Company, and Jeff Woda of The Woda Group discuss the impact of the Supreme Court’s disparate impact decision and HUD’s re-designation of difficult development areas, cost containment, risk mitigation, and gap financing.

    Speakers
    Peter Bell, NH&RA, Washington, DC (Moderator)
    Kenan Bigby, Trinity Financial, Boston, MA
    Tom Capp, Gorman & Company, Inc, Oregon, WI
    Jeffrey J. Woda, The Woda Group, Inc, Westerville, OH



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    2015 Summer Institute: Tax Credit Equity Roundtable

     

    Tax Credit Equity Roundtable

    Larry Cutis, WinnDevelopment, hosts a lively roundtable discussion of trends and predictions for tax credit equity in the marketplace. The group discusses direct investment vs. investment funds, how recent fair housing policy decisions could impact Community Reinvestment Act requirements, and emerging trends in the way partnership agreements are structured.

    Speakers

    Charles Anderson, City Real Estate Advisors, Inc, Indianapolis, IN
    Rob Charest, Boston Financial Investment Management, Boston, MA
    Larry Curtis, WinnDevelopment, Boston, MA (Moderator)
    Raoul Moore, Enterprise Community Investment, Inc., Columbia, MD
    Susan Moro, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, New York, NY
    Kyle Wolff, Stratford Capital Group, Peabody, MA

     



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    2015 Summer Institute: Exploring Year 15 Options & Opportunities

    Exploring Year 15 Options & Opportunities

    This session looks at two case studies of year 15 options. John Giebink of Green Mountain Development Group, Tony Lyons and Bob Snow of the National Equity Fund, and Charlie Rhuda, of Novogradac & Company, provide case studies to illustrate year 15 options and opportunities for tax credit properties. The session, moderated by Armand Tiberio, of Tax Credit Group of Marcus & Millichap, considers strategies for negotiating with an investor and handling multiple funds for one property.

    Speakers
    John Giebink, Green Mountain Development Group, South Burlington, VT
    Tony Lyons, National Equity Fund Inc, New York, NY
    Charles Rhuda, Novogradac & Company LLP, Boston, MA
    Robert M. Snow, National Equity Fund Inc, Columbus, OH
    Armand Tiberio, Tax Credit Group of Marcus & Millichap, Seattle, WA (Moderator)

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    2015 Spring Developers Forum: What’s New for Affordable Housing in California

    What’s New for Affordable Housing in California

    How new legislation and policies are impacting affordable housing development in California.

    Speakers
    Matthew Jacobs, Bulldog Partners, Beverly Hills, CA
    Jeanne Peterson, CohnReznick, Sacramento, CA
    Ray Pearl, California Housing Consortium, Agoura Hills, CA
    Susan Riggs, California Department of Housing and Community Development, Sacramento, CA



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    2015 Spring Developers Forum: California Tax Credit Allocation Committee/Debt Limit Allocation Committee Updates

    California Tax Credit Allocation Committee/Debt Limit Allocation Committee Updates

    Representatives from California’s Tax Credit Allocation and Debt Limit Allocation Committees provide insight into their priorities and regulations.

    Speakers:
    Geoff Brown, USA Properties Fund, Sacramento, CA
    Lisa Vergolini, Deputy Director, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee
    Misti Armstrong, Program Manager, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee



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    2015 Spring Developers Forum: Preserving Affordable Housing with Private Equity

    Preserving Affordable Housing with Private Equity

    The merits and pitfalls of different structuring options, underwriting considerations, and preparing an exit strategy when considering investments in affordable properties from which the investors expect an economic return based on cash flow and sale proceeds, not tax credits.

    Speakers:
    Daryl Carter, Avanath Capital Management, Irvine, CA
    David Cohen, Katten Muchin Rosenman, Chicago, IL Moderator
    Chris Herrmann, Enterprise Community Investment, New York, NY
    Tim Rafalovich, Wells Fargo, San Diego, CA



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    2015 Spring Developers Forum: Getting to Yes: Year 15 & Partnership Dispositions

    Getting to Yes: Year 15 & Partnership Dispositions

    Diverse perspectives:  developer, investor, lender, and attorney on ways to avoid year 15 conflict around partnership dispositions. What if agreements starting with a blank piece of paper? This panel’s participants build an agreement that they could agree to on day one and in year 15.

    Speakers:
    Dave Fournier, ARA  Newmark, Austin, TX
    John Gahan, Murtha Cullina, Boston, MA Moderator
    Allison Kunis, Related Companies, New York, NY
    David Shafer, WNC, Irvine, CA
    Catherine Talbot, Candeur Group, San Francisco, CA



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    2013 NCHMA Annual Meeting: Successful LIHTC Property Tax Assessment Strategies

    Speakers include:

      David Cooper, The Woda Group

      Liza Mutzl, Mitchell Market Analysts

      Richard Polton, Value Research Group

      Will Pritchard, City Real Estate Advisors

    Purchase includes digital audio recording and related conference materials on CD-ROM.

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    2012 Spring Developers Forum: Securing Debt for Affordable Housing Transactions

    Panel session delivered at the 2012 Spring Developers Forum. Speakers include:

    Kelly Boyer, HUD

    Joe Briganti, PNC Multifamily Capital

    Jason Dopoulos, Lancaster Pollard

    Mike Hemmens, Citi Community Capital

    Wade Norris, Eichner & Norris (moderator)

    Caleb Roope, The Pacific Companies

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    2012 Spring Developers Forum: Developers Roundtable

    A collection of the industry's leading multifamily developers discuss the latest trends and opportunities. Speakers include:

    Gino Canori, Related California

    Dan Falcon, McCormack Baron Salazar

    Andrew Gross, Thomas Safran & Associates

    Kim McKay, BRIDGE Housing

    Jeanne Peterson, Reznick Group (moderator)

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    2012 NCAHMA Policy & Underwriting Forum: Field Work & Site Analysis

    Experienced market analysts discuss practices for drawing market conclusions from non-quantifiable local factors. Panelists include:

    John Brandenburg, Enterprise Community Investment

    David Kirk, Kirk & Company

    Bob Rogers, John Wall & Company

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    2012 NCAHMA FHA MAP Symposium: Key Market Study Issues

    Discussion on key market study issues for the MAP Program, including determining market area, rent derivation, and demand methodology. Panelists include:

    Ken Buchanon, CWCapital

    Rachel Denton, Novogradac & Company

    Karen Dubrosky, Centerline Capital

    Sandra Rothe, Centerline Capital

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    2012 NCAHMA FHA MAP Symposium: Setting the Stage

    Putting the MAP Program in context and understanding underwriting objectives. Panelists include:

    Margaret Allen, AGM Financial Services, Inc.

    Scott Allen, GAR Associates, Inc.

    Bob Lefenfeld, RPRG, Inc.

    Dan Sullivan, HUD

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    2012 NCAHMA FHA MAP Symposium: Niche Issues

    Experts explore niche underwriting areas, including senior properties, market-rate, and mixed-use properties. Speakers include:

    Bob Arbios, HUD

    Ed Tellings, Red Capital

    Stefanie Williams, Laurin Associates

    Rob Vogt, Vogt Santer Insights

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    2012 NCAHMA Policy & Underwriting Forum: Best Practices for Defining Primary Market Areas

    Market study experts explore methodologies and best practices for defining primary market areas. Panelists include:

    Rebecca Arthur, Novogradac & Co.

    Arthur Krauer, Testa Companies

    Andrew Mazak, Vogt Santer Insights

    Kelly Murdock, Community Research Services LLC

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    2012 NCAHMA Policy & Underwriting Forum: Federal Policy Update

    NH&RA President & CEO Peter Bell and Enterprise Community Partners' Peter Lawrence discuss the current state of the federal housing policy environment.

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    2011 NCAHMA Annual Meeting: Innovative New Bond Structures

    Learn how to take advantage of today's unique set of financial circumstances to maximize your proceeds while minimizing interest rates by converting your tax-exempt bonds into taxable bonds. Speakers include:

    Wes Finch, The Finch Group, Boca Raton, FL

    Bob Labes, Squire Sanders & Dempsey, Cleveland, OH

    Mike Sturges, The Sturges Company, Dublin, OH

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    2011 NCAHMA Annual Meeting: Limitations & Uses of Census Based Data

    New demographic data made available through the completion of the 2012 Census as well as changes to the American Community Survey will play a key role in affordable housing underwriting, rent setting, and more. Learn how the latest demographic and data changes will affect affordable housing development and underwriting. Highlights include data limitations, what types of conclusions can be derived from the new sources, and how market analysts & market study users can avoid common pitfalls. Speakers include:

    Julia Lavigne, Ribbon Demographics, Rocklin, CA

    Rick Stein, Urban Decision Group, Columbus, OH

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    2011 NCAHMA Annual Meeting: Underwriting Operating Expenses

    Operating expenses continue to be one of the most challenging aspects to underwriting affordable housing in today's market place. This panel will explore how developers, lenders, asset managers and market analysts underwrite expenses including utilities, fees, taxes and maintenance. It will also explore available data sources and red flags. Speakers include:

    Bob Salisbury, Bonz & Company, Inc.

    Eric Luberschane, Rockport Mortgage Company, Gloucester, MA

    David Ross, Integra Realty Resources, Columbus, Dublin, OH

    Justin Cordonnier, Boston Financial Investment Management, Boston, MA

    Jennifer Hill, Jones Lang LaSalle, Washington, DC

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    2011 NCAHMA Annual Meeting: Underwriting Project-Based Rental Assistance

    As HUD's budget continues to face downward pressure, debt and equity providers and market analysts are paying closer attention to how properties with project-based rental assistance are underwritten. This panel will explore NCAHMA's best practices for analyzing Section 8 properties and will explore challenges in the current market place. Speakers include:

    Chuck Durnin, The Michaels Organization

    Larry Brattain, Redstone Equity Partners

    Scott Allen, GAR Associates, Inc.

    Greg Judge, Boston Financial Investment Management

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    2011 Spring Developers Forum: Developers Roundtable

    Speakers include:

    Laura Archuleta, Jamboree Housing Corp.

    Robin Hughes, Abode Communities

    William Leach, Palm Desert Development Company

    Jeanne Peterson, Reznick Group

    Lydia Tan, Related California

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    2011 Spring Developers Forum: Options & Opportunities with Distressed Assets

    Speakers include:

    John Gahan, Murtha Cullina, LLP

    Peter Nichol, The Reliant Group

    Stephen Roger, Centerline Capital Corp.

    Catherine Talbot, Boston Financial Investment Management

    Armand Tiberio, The Tax Credit Group of Marcus & Millichap

    Purchase includes digital audio recording and related conference materials on CD-ROM.

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    2011 Spring Developers Forum: Public Policy Update

    Speakers include:

    Evan Becker, Evan Becker Consulting

    Becky Clark, BRIDGE Housing

    Bill Pavao, California Tax Credit Allocation Committee

    Sean Spear, California Debt Limit Allocation Committee

    Percy Vaz, AMCAL Multi-Housing

    Purchase includes digital audio recording and related conference materials on CD-ROM.

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    2011 Affordable Housing Policy & Underwriting Forum: Tax Credit Equity Roundtable

    The affordable housing community rejoiced as the LIHTC equity marketplace came back strongly in the end of 2010 and beginning of 2011. However, rising deficits, the slow economic recovery and the prospect of fundamental tax reform in Congress have created an unpredictable financing environment. Learn from leading equity syndicators and direct investors about the current state of the LIHTC marketplace, the evolving underwriting of multfamily real estate and the long-term prospects for equity markets in the uncertain policy environment. Speakers include:

    Corine Sheridan, Boston Capital Corporation

    Ronne Thielen, Centerline Capital Corp.

    Dana Boole, Community Affordable Housing Equity Corp.

    Tom Eastman, Enterprise Community Investment

    Jill Edwards, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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    2011 Annual Meeting: National Economic & Housing Forecast

    Speakers include:

      David Crowe, Chief Economist, National Association of Homebuilders

      Sharon Dworkin Bell, National Association of Homebuilders

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    2011 Winter NMTC Symposium: New Markets Tax Credit Structuring Issues

    This session brings together experts and practitioners to explore the most pressing transactional and structuring NMTC issues, including: issues with one-day loans; affiliate of the borrower transactions; and utilizing grants and public funds. Speakers include:

      Laura Vowell, US Bancorp

      Jerry Breed, Bryan Cave, LLP

      Paul O'Hanlon, Leveraged Law Group

      Leigh Ann Smith, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

      Brad Elphick, Novogradac & Co.

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    2011 Winter NMTC Symposium: Targeted Population Case-Studies

    Targeted population transactions, a category of deals made eligible in 2004 for financing under the federal new markets tax credit program, have been tough to do for multiple reasons. Nevertheless, a number of NMTC targeted transactions of various types have been structured and closed. This panel explores several targeted population transaction case-studies and insights from the professionals that closed them. Speakers include:

      Terri Preston, Baker Tilly

      James Riggs, RPRG, Inc.

      Jim Howard, Dudley Ventures

      Farshad Maltes, WHEDA

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    2011 Winter NMTC Symposium: Unwinding New Markets Tax Credit Transactions

    Congratulations! You are approaching the end of your NMTC compliance period - now what? How do you exercise your put or call? What are the tax implications? What are your refinancing options? This panel of NMTC stakeholders including CDEs, QLICBs, investors and advisors will discuss the trends and issues they see and advice you need to know as your transaction approaches year seven. Speakers include:

      Mike Ross, Baker Tilly

      Mike Sanders, Blank Rome LLP

      Kristin DeKuiper, Holland & Knight LLP

      Sue Leahy, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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    2010 Fall Developers Forum: State Tax Credit Allocators Roundtable

    This NH&RA staple will bring together leading executives from regional tax credit allocating agencies to discuss LIHTC policy including QAP updates, implementation of ARRA programs and more. This is a can't miss opportunity to learn from the people reviewing your LIHTC applications. Speakers include:

      Wendy Cohen, Mass. Dept. of Housing & Community Development

      Brian Lawlor, NY State Division of Housing & Community Renewal

      Joe Erdelyi, Vermont Housing Finance Agency

      David Evans, Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

      David Abromowitz, Goulston & Storrs LLC

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    2010 Fall Developers Forum: Affordable Housing Tax, Debt & Technical Issues Update

    Are you up to speed on all the latest tax developments impacting affordable housing? Do you know how recent tax litigation and IRS audits may impact your portfolio? Have you thought through your options in restructuring subordinate loans and soft debt when refinancing or exiting your older transactions? Join a mix of tax experts and owners as they explore these issues and more. Speakers include:

      Roger Yorkshaitis, Gatehouse Group, Inc.

      Jerry Breed, Bryan Cave LLP

      Forrest Milder, Nixon Peabody LLP

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    2010 Fall Developers Forum: Current Transactions - Insights and Opportunities

    This session will bring together developers and advisors to provide practical insight on closing transactions in today's uncertain financial environment. Key topics include: identifying new sources of gap financing; closing transactions involving tax credits and ARRA funds, and more. Speakers include:

      Ken Lore, Bingham McCutchen LLP

      Larry Curtis, WinnDevelopment

      Charlie Rhuda, Novogradac & Company

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    2010 NCHMA Annual Meeting: The Investors Perspective

    This panel brings key leaders affordable housing tax credit investors to discuss key developments in underwriting, risk rating, asset management and more...

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