Webinar: Fintech and the Impact on Commercial Real Estate & the Banking Industry
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Webinar: Fintech and the Impact on Commercial Real Estate & the Banking Industry

When: Thursday July 9, 2020
3:00 - 4:00 PM Pacific
Where: Zoom
United States
Contact: CalALTs Office
(415) 369-9646

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Join CalALTs for our FREE virtual offering, Fintech and the Impact on Commercial Real Estate & the Banking Industry, on July 9 from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Pacific. This webinar will present a panel of industry professionals discussing the following questions:

  • How are Fintech firms overcoming the challenges of: small management teams, tight financial resources, pressure from investors?
  • How has the Fintech community grown and evolved? Who are the early adopters?
  • How do you change the way people think out banking & CRE financing?


Zachary D. Streit, Senior Vice President, George Smith Partners
Zachary D. Streit has arranged and closed in excess of $1 billion and has underwritten in excess of $6 billion of debt and equity financings for a broad array of real estate transactions. He has significant experience arranging and closing construction loans, CMBS loans and private/hard money loans across all commercial property types. Zachary’s clients recognize him for his relentless focus on execution and responsiveness.



Timothy Li, CEO, Alchemy
Alchemy is a FinTech Infrastructure Company, helping FinTechs and Banks to launch financial products with ease. Timothy has over 15 years of Banking and Financial industry experience and has worked at JPMorgan Chase, LoanDepot, RealtyMogul. He also serves on multiple advisory boards including QuickenLoans/RocketLoans. Tim also recently joined the University of Southern California as a part-time faculty at the University of Southern California’s School of Engineering. 


Ian Formigle, Chief Investment Officer, CrowdStreet
Ian is a real estate professional and serial entrepreneur with 24+ years of experience in real estate private equity, startups, and equity and options trading. At CrowdStreet, Ian serves as the key decision-maker for all investments on its Marketplace, totaling over 400 offerings and some $13.7 billion of commercial real estate. Ian is the author of “The Comprehensive Guide to Commercial Real Estate Investing” and he is a contributing author at Forbes.com.


Brad Hargreaves, Founder and CEO, Common
Brad Hargreaves is the founder and CEO of Common, the leading residential brand and operator that designs, leases, and manages multifamily properties that appeal to today's renters. Through smart design and tech-enabled property management, Common delivers exceptional experiences across eight cities and 2,600 members in coliving, microunit, and traditional apartments. Before founding Common in early 2015, Brad was the co-founder of General Assembly, a global education institution with campuses in more than 15 cities worldwide. As part of the General Assembly founding team, Brad led the growth of the company's education business from its launch in 2011 into a global institution with over a dozen campuses. Most recently, he was a Venture Partner at Maveron, General Assembly's lead investor. Brad has been named to Vanity Fair’s “The Next Establishment”; Inc Magazine’s “30 Under 30”; Business Insider’s “Silicon Alley 100”; and Crain’s 2017 “40 Under Forty.”


Brad Greiwe, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Fifth Wall
Prior to starting Fifth Wall, Brad co-founded Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH), a multi-billion dollar owner and operator of single-family rental properties originally backed by The Blackstone Group. As CTO, he positioned Invitation Homes as the dominant technology-forward brand in the single-family rental category, developing a proprietary technology stack to support the valuation, acquisition, rehabilitation, leasing, and professional management of over 80,000 homes in 17 major markets, serving 120,000 residents across the U.S. Brad started his career in investment banking at UBS in the real estate, lodging, and leisure group, where he tallied over $33 billion of M&A advisory work and $1 billion of debt and equity financing, including the sale of Hilton Hotels to The Blackstone Group for $26 billion—the largest hotel privatization in history. He then worked in real estate private equity at Tishman Speyer and Starwood Capital, where he executed over $30 billion of acquisitions, debt financing, and development projects.


Thank you Alchemy, CrowdStreet, Common, Fifth Wall and George Smith Partners for making this opportunity available!

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