How Regulatory Changes Will Affect REITs


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Manning: “I believe investors are seeing the benefits of non-correlated alternative investments, such as commercial real estate held through non-traded REITs.”

IRVINE, CA—Increased transparency from coming regulatory changes is welcomed by KBS and will ultimately result in a more varied product landscape as sponsors change the structure of their offerings, Mick Manning, CEO and president of KBS Capital Markets Group, tells GlobeSt.com. As we recently reported, Manning’s appointment was part of some leadership changes at the firm. We spoke exclusively with him about his goals, emerging capital-markets trends and how the firm is changing to meet market demand.

GlobeSt.com: What are your goals in your new role at KBS Capital Markets Group?

Manning: KBS Capital Markets Group recently passed $6 billion in capital raised for KBS real estate investment offerings since inception, so my number-one goal is to build on that history of success. Internally, there is opportunity to work more closely with key members of the KBS real estate investment and management team to ensure our sales organization always has the most relevant and timely information available about our offerings and the commercial real estate markets in general. Externally, my goal is to continue to improve and expand on our successful relationships with the financial advisors and broker dealers who partner with us and trust us with their clients’ investments…

How Regulatory Changes Will Affect REITs

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