AB Capital’s Joshua Pukini was a featured speaker at the 16th Annual Winter forum on Real Estate Opportunity & Private Fund investing held at the Montage resort in Laguna Beach, CA. This three-day event attracted 1000+ registrants and is renowned for its history of delivering critical market information, strategic insights and unmatched networking opportunities. Mr. Pukini was joined on his panel by a managing director at Morgan Stanley, a professor from MIT along with two other real estate experts. The topic of the session was entitled “Decoding key demographic/lifestyle trends: How the use of real estate is changing & what it means for CRE investment”. His insights and knowledge were on full display as he captivated the audience with his views on millennials and what role they will play in the commercial real estate sector moving forward.
AB Capital had a strong presence at this event, led by both Co-Founders Ryan Young & Joshua Pukini. When asked about the conference, Mr. Young stated “this conference gives AB Capital a chance to network with the who’s who in real estate. It allows us to expand our network, hear key insights on where things are moving, and positions us to make sure we are ahead of the curve when it comes to the future. We are late in the cycle and we want to make sure we are taking all the necessary steps to ensure the greatest returns for our investor base moving forward & taking every precaution to minimize risk & limit our exposure”.
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