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Opening Remarks by Bernie S. Ocampo – Chicago Booth 2010 Real Estate Conference

“A Tale of Two Markets” The Fourth Annual Real Estate Conference held on November 11, 2010 at the Gleacher Center in Chicago, IL. A Real Estate Alumni Group Production in association with The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. For more information go to

Sponsored by Kirkland & Ellis LLP [] (An American law firm focusing on private equity and restructuring.) Brookfield Financial, [] (Providing strategic and financial advisory, debt and equity with creative debt structures.) Eastdil Secured, [] (Providing the best-in-class services as the preeminent real estate investment banking firm for commercial real estate transactions ranging from single assets to large portfolios.)

Opening Remarks with: Bernie S. Ocampo ’05. Co-Founder and Global Chair, Booth Real Estate Alumni Group; Joseph L. Pagliari, Jr., Ph.D., CFA, CPA. Clinical Professor of Real Estate, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Stacey R. Kole, Deputy Dean and Clinical Professor of Economics, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Mr. Ocampo is Consultant with Sidney & Associates and has over 20 years of commercial real estate experience in equity and debt investment management involving institutional, private and foreign investors. His multidisciplinary experience includes asset and portfolio management (equity, mortgage and REO), distressed loan workout and foreclosure, transaction management (acquisitions, dispositions and leasing), equity/debt underwriting and valuation, credit risk and financial analysis, lending, joint venture partnership governance, property management and operations, as well as construction monitoring (predevelopment, rehab and ground up development). Mr. Ocampo also has a diverse knowledge of property types, nationwide. Investments have included core, value-added and opportunistic strategies.

Bernie is currently involved in an asset management consulting role with Colony AMC. Previously, he was a Director-Portfolio Manager for a national portfolio of commercial mortgages with a credit union. Prior to that role, Mr. Ocampo was a Senior Asset Manager for TriMont with investment management responsibilities in the U.S. West Coast and Hawaii. Additionally, Bernie was a VP/Portfolio Manager for a high growth California-based bank (now JP Morgan Chase) where he managed a mortgage portfolio of performing and non-performing commercial assets

With a research focus on real estate portfolio management Professor Pagliari has published articles that include: “The Pricing of Non-Core Real Estate Ventures”, published in The Journal of Portfolio Management; “Public versus Private Real Estate Equities: A More Refined, Long-term Comparison” written with Kevin Scherer and Richard Monopoli, published in Real Estate Economics; “Public v. Private Real Estate Equities: A Risk/Return Comparison” written with Kevin Scherer and Richard Monopoli, appeared in the Journal of Portfolio Management; and “Twenty Years of the NCREIF Property Index” written with Frederich Lieblich, Marc Schaner, and James R. Webb, published in Real Estate Economics.

He co-authored several chapters in the Handbook of Real Estate Portfolio Management, of which he is also the editor. Pagliari also has co-written material published in Real Estate Investment Trusts, Pension Fund Investing, and Megatrends in Retail Real Estate.

Stacey Kole’s research interests cover policies and practices that dictate behavior within organizations and its relation to firm performance. Her publications include “Workforce Integration and the Dissipation of Value in Mergers: The Case of USAir’s Acquisition of Piedmont Aviation,” with Kenneth Lehn, in Mergers and Productivity, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research in 2000; “Deregulation and the Adaptation of Governance Structure: The Case of U.S. Airlines Industry,” with Kenneth Lehn published in the Journal of Financial Economics in 1999; and “The Complexity of Compensation Contracts” in the 1997 Journal of Financial Economics.
She previously served as a member of the faculty associate dean for MBA Programs at the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business. Prior to her career in academics, Kole was a financial economist in the Office of Economic Analysis, at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Kole received a bachelor’s degree in history and economics from the University of Rochester in 1982. She received her PhD in economics in 1992 from the University of Chicago

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