Michael Klein knows about global economic crises. As the chief economist for the Office of International Affairs of the Treasury Department from 2010 to 2011, Klein has held authority against downturns before, and thinks the current one has distinct differences that will impact the business sector in ways that we have never seen before.
Join Bisnow to discuss the current financial landscape with one of the sharpest economic minds in the U.S., and find out what Klein says are the major breaking points in today’s business landscape that impact the commercial real estate sector and beyond.
During this webinar we will discuss:
--How will the fiscal stimulus impact the business and commercial real estate community?
--What makes the economic impacts of COVID1-9 different than previous downturns?
--What other options are available for CRE borrowers?
--When is the economy set to bounce back?
--What are the long-term consequences iIf the economy is not fully open again by Q3?
Former Chief Economist, U.S Department of Treasury Tufts University
Michael W. Klein is the William L. Clayton Professor of International Economic Affairs at the Fletcher School of Tufts University. He is also a research associate for the National Bureau of Economic Research and the founder and executive editor of...
William “Wil” H. Catlin, Jr. is Partner and Managing Principal of Boston Realty Advisors, where he oversees the Commercial Leasing Division, as well as the overall strategic growth of the firm. Wil has an innate ability to translate business...