Conflict, COVID-19, Climate Change, and CRE: Immediate Issues, Long-Term Impact

Uncertainties around the Russia-Ukraine military conflict just got layered on top of ongoing concerns about COVID-19 and pandemic-related policies. And all this on top of concerns of how a rising interest rate environment and high inflation might derail economic growth. There have also been increasing attention devoted to climate risk given its short- and long-term impact. With the current policy and economic environment, what discussions should we be having in terms of key issues for the built environment? Will certain geographies be affected in different ways? Will some property types benefit more than others? What decisions are likely to be made in the near term that might affect CRE performance and capital flows? 

Join us for this interactive event where we will have analysts and policy experts share their thoughts.

Key discussion topics: 

  • How might the Russia-Ukraine military conflict affect the US economy and CRE?
  • What about tightening monetary policy and the outlook for inflation? How many rate increases are we (still) expecting for 2022?
  • The pace around climate risk discussions (and regulations) appears to be gathering speed. About what key policy developments should we be aware?
  • The latest forecasts around multifamily and CRE performance metrics and capital flow expectations


  • Speakers keyboard_arrow_down
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    Keith Banhazl Managing Director, US CMBS Moody’s Investors Service Bio
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    Victor Calanog, PhD Head of CRE Economics Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Kathyanne S. Cohen Senior Vice President-Government & Public Affairs Moody's Corporation Bio
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    Kevin Fagan Head of CRE Economic Analysis Moody's Analytics
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    Ryan Sweet Senior Director-Research Moody's Analytics Bio
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