On Thursday, February 17, the Five Star Institute webinar series will feature its latest installment, “Construction, Capital, and a Strong Foundation for 2022” from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. CDT.
The webinar, presented in partnership with Granite Risk Management, a business unit of Altisource, will bring together leaders from capital and risk management service providers to discuss the world of construction lending and the current nuances affecting the industry. construction. As technology impacts the way repairers work with customers, financial ups and downs are occurring due to the pandemic and other factors, and material shortages are impacting the repair industry. construction. A panel of experts, including Abhishek Singh, Senior Director of Granite Risk Management; Bill McDonald, Director of Construction Management for Lima One Capital; and Justin Parker, CFO of RCN Capital, will discuss the current state of the market and where the industry is headed in 2022.
Singh is currently Senior Director of Granite Risk Management, where he spent over four years with the Altisource team.
McDonald, as Director of Construction Management for Lima One Capital, has established a best-in-class construction management service that supports clients, while identifying and mitigating risks in real time. A lifelong entrepreneur, McDonald founded and operated his own general contracting and home inspection businesses in California and Maryland before joining Lima One in 2017. He has over 25 years of experience in residential and commercial construction.
Parker, CFO of RCN Capital, joined the firm in 2017 and since then has taken over all of RCN’s treasury and capital markets functions. He is responsible for day-to-day loan funding, portfolio monitoring, cash management, cash forecasting, and banking and funding relationships. He also manages RCN’s short and long-term forecasting, investor loan sales, credit facility relationships, and asset-based analytics with respect to liquidity, revenue generation, and market performance. wallet. Parker previously worked at Ally Financial Inc. and Finance of America, where he supported the Treasury and Capital Markets departments.
Here’s what else is happening in the coming week: