Leadership Luncheon – Emerging Trends
Due to the extent of programming we will start the networking portion of this event early. Please see the below agenda for the event.
11:15 am – Networking (early start)
11:50 am – Program Starts
1:30 pm – Program Concludes
Emerging Trends in Real Estate®
is an annual series of trends and forecast publications that reflect the views of leading real estate executives in three global regions—the Americas, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. Undertaken jointly by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, Emerging Trends in Real Estate® provides an outlook on real estate investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues. This special lunch program features Patrick Phillips, Global CEO of the Urban Land Institute (presenting on the Emerging Trends Report) and a response panel of prominent local experts in retail, office, and multifamily development who will share their perspectives and observations.
Patrick L. Phillips
Global CEO, Urban Land Institute
Patrick L. Phillips is the global chief executive officer of the Urban Land Institute. Established in 1936, ULI is a global nonprofit research and education organization with more than 40,000 members representing all aspects of land use and development disciplines. Its mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Since taking the chief executive position in 2009, Phillips has overseen an expansion of ULI’s global reach, particularly throughout Asia, guiding the Institute’s focus on creating thriving communities in rapidly urbanizing countries. Under his leadership, ULI’s program of work has grown steadily to encompass a variety of economic, demographic, societal, and environmental issues that are reshaping urban development worldwide in the 21st century. To reinforce the Institute’s delivery of high-quality services for members around the globe, Phillips guided the restructuring of ULI’s district and national council system and worked with ULI’s volunteer leadership to overhaul ULI’s governance.
Phillips has a career in the economic analysis of real estate and land use that spans more than 20 years. Prior to his service at ULI, he was president and chief executive officer of ERA AECOM (formerly Economics Research Associates). In that role, he coordinated all aspects of ERA’s organization, strategy, business development, and service delivery. His own consulting practice focused specifically on the intersection of private investment and public policy. Phillips is a frequent speaker on urban development issues and is the author or coauthor of eight books and numerous articles.
Wally Reid, HFF
Mr. Reid is a Senior Managing Director and co-head of the Houston office of HFF. Mr. Reid also co-heads HFF’s national debt and loan sales business lines. He joined the firm in November of 2003 and specializes in office, industrial, retail and multi-housing properties.
Mr. Reid has extensive experience in arranging equity joint ventures, participating debt, development loans and other equity placement transactions with life insurance companies, pension funds, banks and CMBS lenders.
Ric Campo, Camden
Ric Campo has served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Camden Property Trust since May 1993. Mr. Campo co-founded Camden’s predecessor companies in 1982 and has spent almost 25 years building a company of great people known for their management proficiency, their development and construction capabilities, and their savvy in the areas of technology, training and marketing. He has led the development, management, acquisition and disposition of real estate properties valued in excess of $10 billion; and under his leadership, Camden has grown from a Texas-based real estate firm with assets valued at $200 million in 1993 to an industry leader with a national footprint and assets valued at more than $7 billion.
Mark Cover, Hines
Mr. Cover is the CEO of Hines’ Southwest Region, which includes Mexico/Central America, where he is responsible for key investment partner relationships and oversees all development and acquisitions. He is a member of the firm’s Executive and IT Steering Committees.
Cover graduated from Bob Jones University with a BS in Accounting and is a retired certified public accountant.
Paul Murphy, Cadence Bancorporation
Paul Murphy is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Cadence Bancorporation (NYSE: CADE), and Chairman of Cadence Bank, N.A. He has served at Cadence and its predecessors since January 2010.
Previously, Murphy spent nearly 20 years at Amegy Bank of Texas, helping to steer that institution from $75 million in assets and a single location to assets of $11 billion and 85 banking centers in the Houston, Dallas and San Antonio metropolitan areas at the time of his departure as the Chief Executive Officer and a Director in 2009. During Murphy’s tenure, Amegy completed several successful acquisitions and sold to Zions Bancorporation for $1.7 billion in 2005, with original investors realizing 36 times their investment.
Murphy is an advocate of the community and is a board member of the Houston Endowment, Inc., the largest endowment in Texas with more than $1.5 billion in assets. In addition, he serves on the boards of the Hines Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc. and Oceaneering International, Inc., and is active in the World Presidents Organization.
Murphy earned a bachelor’s degree in banking and finance from Mississippi State University and his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
Hilary Spann, CPP Investment Board
Hilary Spann is responsible for CPP Investment Board’s real estate investments in the Americas, and is based in New York City. Hilary is also a member of CPPIB’s Real Estate Investment Committee, which has oversight for CPPIB’s global real estate investments. Hilary has 18 years of commercial real estate experience. Prior to joining CPPIB, Hilary held various roles in real estate acquisitions and asset management at JP Morgan Asset Management, and was also a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Hilary attended the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she received an undergraduate degree focused on architecture and master’s degree in urban planning. She is the chair of the Urban Development Mixed Use Council (Red Flight) for ULI, and is an active member of WX – Women Executives in Real Estate, a New York based professional and charitable organization.
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