“Opportunities and Challenges in Sustainable Property Finance and Green Commercial Building Valuation- The Resource Appraisal: A Due Diligence Report for Energy/Resource Performance Retrofit Financing”
Leeds School of Business, room KOBL 220S (https://www.colorado.edu/campusmap/map.html?bldg=KOBL ). The classroom is on the first floor of the building on the West side of the building.
Wednesday, April 6, from 5:00-6:30pm (w/time for informal questions and networking afterwards) in KOBL S220.
Details (From CU):
“Next week, we will host a panel of two national speakers for our Leeds Sustainability Speaker Series. The talk will focus on “Opportunities and Challenges in Sustainable Property Finance and Green Commercial Building Valuation- The Resource Appraisal: A Due Diligence Report for Energy/Resource Performance Retrofit Financing”, and will be given by Scott Muldavin of CRE, FRICS, Executive Director, Green Building Finance Consortiu…m and James Finlay of Wells Fargo Bank.
The talk will be given on Wednesday, April 6, from 5:00-6:30pm (w/time for informal questions and networking afterwards) in KOBL S220.
Scott Muldavin of CRE, FRICS, Executive Director, Green Building Finance Consortium For more than 25 years, Mr. Muldavin has advised the nation’s leading real estate companies including CalPERS, Bank of America, UBS, Alaska Permanent Fund, Standard and Poors, RREEF, Catellus, Standard Insurance Company, Merrill Lynch, the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation, Freddie-Mac, Universal Studios, First Bank Systems, and the National Association of Realtors. He also works closely with smaller companies seeking to restructure, realign, or grow their businesses. Prior to founding The Muldavin Company, Mr. Muldavin was a leader of the real estate consulting practices at Deloitte & Touche and the Roulac Group. He is also a founding principal of Guggenheim Real Estate, and served for three years on the Investment Committee, where he was actively involved in investment decision-making, due diligence, deal structuring, and manager selection for private equity, REIT and high yield debt transactions. In 2006, Mr. Muldavin became Executive Director of the Green Building Finance Consortium, a group he founded with the support of leading real estate lenders, investors, corporations, service providers, and trade groups to address the private sector’s need for better valuation and underwriting tools to assess investment in Green Buildings.
James Finlay, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Manager, Wells Fargo James Finlay is the Vice President and senior commercial real estate appraisal manager for our Environmental Initiative Team. In addition to managing and reviewing appraisals a wide variety of commercial property types, he’s also the primary appraisal manager for LEED designed and high performance real estate collateral. James earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree with studies in Mechanical Engineering and Economics at the University of Kentucky, is a General Certified Appraiser, and holds a California Real Estate Sales license too. Currently he chairs the USGBC LA Chapter’s Commercial Real Estate & Finance subcommittee and has presented at many conferences on appraisal and finance related to high performance property. He is based in Los Angeles.”