Tune in for the latest in commercial lending on tonight’s TRD Talks Live

Tonight's episode includes experts from Newmark Knight Frank, Ackman-Ziff, and Eastern Union Funding

TRD NATIONAL /
Apr.April 13, 2020 03:31 PM
Ira Zlotowiz, Founder & President of Eastern Union; Simon Ziff, president of Ackman-Ziff; Dustin Stolly, Vice Chairman, Co-Head of Capital Markets Debt and Structured Finance and Newmark Knight Frank

Ira Zlotowitz, Founder & President of Eastern Union; Simon Ziff, president of Ackman-Ziff; Dustin Stolly, Vice Chairman, Co-Head of Capital Markets Debt and Structured Finance and Newmark Knight Frank

With offices and shops shuttered, hotels at low occupancy rates and restaurants relegated to delivery, the commercial sector has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Tonight on TRD Talks, we’re bringing together the leaders who helped finance the once-booming sector.

Tune in to find out how they’re contending with the crisis, how borrowers are navigating the lending market and how lenders are restructuring loans.

TRD reporter Keith Larsen will sit with Ackman-Ziff president Simon Ziff, who has overseen the firm since 1995 and helped arrange over $50 billion in financing; Dustin Stolly, vice chairman and co-head of capital markets debt and structured finance at Newmark Knight Frank, who has executed more than $60 billion in capital markets transactions; and Ira Zlotowitz, who founded Eastern Union Funding in 2001 and has subsequently grown the firm from a four-person to a 100-person team with over $5 billion in loan volume last year.

Register here to join us at 5 p.m. tonight.


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