Watch That Rat Hole Author Ken Campbell will reveal the story behind his book’s enigmatic title and personally autograph copies during the REIT industry’s annual REITWeek gathering in New York City in June.
The book signing event, which is open to anyone, will begin at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, June 8 in the Henry Hudson Room on the fourth floor of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Park Avenue at 50th Street, Manhattan.
This annual investor forum, sponsored by the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT), creates the opportunity for executives from nearly 230 real estate investment trusts (REITs) to meet with nearly 2,000 institutional investors. REITWeek lets REIT CEOs and management teams share their business plans, forecasts and strategies with the investment community in a series of individual company presentations, one-on-one meetings, luncheons and networking events over three days. Registration is limited to qualified institutional investors, sponsoring investment bankers, financial services professionals and sell-side analysts.
Special discount prices will be available for this event of $35 per hardcover and $25 per paperback. You may reserve your autographed copy in advance by sending your order to CBREClarion_MAILBOX@cbreclarion.com
In Watch that Rat Hole, Kenneth D. Campbell intertwines his personal journey from Midwestern newspaper reporter with his unique observations as an entrepreneurial New York investment newsletter creator and editor witnessing the REIT Revolution—his rat hole. With insights into REITs, or real estate investment trusts–a little-understood but pivotal area of business and finance–he provides an insider’s take on investment styles of 1980s activists, and wrestles with knotty personal, business and stock market questions.
Ken’s story tells how a casual assignment became a distinguished lifework in writing, investment banking, and managing money.
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