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Guggenheim on board for Real Estate Weekly Women’s Forum

Real estate finance powerhouse Greta Guggenheim has joined the roster of leading ladies set to take part in the 5th annual Real Estate Weekly Women’s Forum on May 11.

Guggenheim is the chief executive officer of TPG Real Estate Finance Trust, which manages more than $6 billion of assets.

TPG is one of the largest private equity investment firms in the world with about $75 billion in assets.

Guggenheim, a Wharton Business School graduate and former Bear Sterns and UBS executive, co-founded Ladder Capital in 2008 and took the firm public in February 2014.

She will take part in private equity panel discussion during the Forum, which this year is being co-hosted by EisnerAmper.

Joining Guggenheim will be Blackstone partner Kathleen McCarthy; Sara Queen, vice president – acquisitions at Brookfield and; Alisa Mall, Carnegie Corp. director of investments. EisnerAmper partner Lisa Knee will moderate.

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney will keynote the Forum, which will feature a morning of debate and insight from some of the real estate industry’s most accomplished female leaders.

Over 400 attendees, both male and female, will hear from innovators and trailblazers who, among them, have been responsible for shaping today’s real estate landscape.

Speakers include Melissa Roman Burch, Lend Lease, Lisa Keill, JLL, Cynthia Foster, Colliers International and Snezana Anderson, CBRE who will discuss leasing trends that are driving today’s office market.

The 5th annual Real Estate Weekly Women’s Forum will be held on May 11, 2016, at the Bar Building, 36 West 44th Street, New York, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. as a celebration of some of women in real estate and their role in shaping how we all work and live today.

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