ANREV Tokyo Briefing

23 Jan 2020

Location: Tokyo

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Investing in Alternative Real Estate in the U.S.: Achieving Top Quartile Returns in Medical Office, Seniors Housing and Student Housing

ANREV is pleased to invite you to a briefing in Tokyo on 23 January.

What exactly is alternative real estate and why is it attractive? What makes alternative real estate resistant to a recession? What’s the secret to success? Al Rabil of Kayne Anderson Real Estate will explain why the global investment community is focusing on alternative asset classes (seniors housing, medical office, student housing and self storage) and how Kayne Anderson Real Estate has created a platform that delivers superior risk adjusted returns across the capital stack in these highly fragmented, operationally intensive asset classes.

DETAILS

Date

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Thursday 23 January 2020

Agenda

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16:45 Registration

17:00 - 17:10 Welcome remarks

17:10 - 18:00 Presentation, Q&A

18:00 - 20:00 Networking drinks 

Location

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Grand Hyatt Hotel, Drawing Room, 2F

RSVP : eunjin.choi.2@anrev.org 

Speaker's Bio

Al Rabil 

Kayne Anderson Real Estate

Al Rabil co-founded Kayne Anderson’s real estate private equity platform in 2007 and serves as Kayne Anderson Real Estate’s Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer. In these roles he sets the strategic direction for the real estate platform, oversees the overall investment activities, and leads fundraising for all investments, Rabil is also a member of the Investment Committee.

Immediately before founding Kayne Anderson Real Estate, Rabil founded and was a principal of two real estate investment firms, RAMZ, LLC and Rabil Properties, LLC, where he developed and acquired a portfolio of more than $250 million of off-campus student housing properties. Prior to that, he served at UBS as Managing Director and Head of the Real Estate Banking Group for the Americas and Europe. During his tenure there he played a key role in making UBS a market leader in both syndicated debt and large loan CMBS, consummating more than $25 billion in transactions. Rabil began his career in the Real Estate Finance Group of the Bankers Trust Company.

Rabil earned a B.A. cum laude from Yale University in 1985 and an M.B.A. in Finance from Columbia University in 1988

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