The Challenge Posed By The Signature Bank Workout

New York

Event details:

8:00am EST on Thursday, February 15, 2024
9:30am EST on Thursday, February 15, 2024
Leon Lowenstein Center at Fordham University Lincoln Center
113 W 60th Street Room # 713
New York , NY 10023 ,

In Person Only Meeting.

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Guests are $50. 

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Michael Lappin founded MLappin & Associates in 2012.  He provides advisory and development services for the development and preservation of affordable housing.  He is also an investor/partner in affordable housing projects.  He's a member of the advisory board of the New York Housing Conference, and served on the board of several non-profit housing organizations.  He has published many articles on affordable housing.

Mike is the past CEO and former President of The Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) and CPC Resources Inc. (1980 to 2011).  

Michael led CPC to become a national leader in the development and financing of affordable housing.  During his tenure at CPC, over 140,000 affordable homes were financed and developed representing investments of almost $8 billion.  CPC sourced new funds for affordable housing, most notably pioneering a major investment program with the New York City and New York State public employee pension funds.  CPC was an important advocate for many legislative initiatives at the Federal, State, and City levels.  Mr. Lappin has served on the advisory board of Fannie Mae, was the first President of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York Advisory Committee for its Affordable Housing Program, and a Founder and first President of the National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders.  He has written and lectured extensively on housing and community development.
CPCR’s development activities included the restoration of the 12,271 unit Parkchester housing complex in the Bronx, the entitlement of 2.8 million square feet for the 11 acre Domino site on Brooklyn’s waterfront for the development of a mixed- income mixed-use community, and the development of over 80 buildings, including 50+ in-fill buildings, for low, moderate and middle income housing in New York City.

Mike will provide insight into the possibilities for the management of the CPC portfolio. 

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