WATCH: Here’s what could be in store for Eastdil if Wells Fargo sells the brokerage

New York /
Aug.August 10, 2018 09:50 AM

Will Eastdil Secured go the way of a private equity buyer? Or will a commercial brokerage swoop in and add the capital-markets powerhouse to its ranks?

The Real Deal’s Danielle Balbi and Rich Bockmann sat down to discuss Eastdil’s potential suitors, as Wells Fargo gauges interest for the commercial brokerage while it looks to dispose of its non-core businesses. Balbi and Bockmann talked about recent broker defections, and whether the firm would remain specialized, or diversify some of its services like many of its multinational competitors.


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