National Multifamily Housing Council
Jun 01, 2020
2016 NMHC Spring Board of Directors Meeting Recap
NMHC Chairman Bob DeWitt (right) discusses the plight and future of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with former Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. Paulson, Jr.
Last week, NMHC welcomed members of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors to the Four Seasons in Chicago for its most exclusive meeting of the year. Beyond discussion of business themes  like leadership strategy, capital markets, and product design, hot topics for speakers and members alike were globalization, technology and innovation and their role in reshaping the economy and the upcoming—and increasingly controversial—presidential election.  
Top Trends
Experts offer simple guidance on how to reduce the risk of a data security incident and minimize exposure with planning, training and testing.
Innovative Business Models to Attract Renters
Three executives share their fresh takes on rental housing, experimenting with co-living, holistic environments and purpose-built single-family rental housing.
Market Volatility Drives Apartment Strategies
With multifamily assets values likely to fall in the year ahead, executives evaluate the effect on capital access in the public and private markets. 
Three industry firms put succession plans in operation, putting a set of diverse players in key leadership positions. 
Young industry executives get a peek inside Chicago's tech incubator and hear from three real estate tech start-ups.
Thank You
NMHC thanks all its sponsors, speakers and participants for contributing to another high-quality spring meeting in Chicago. We look forward to seeing everyone again in September in Washington, D.C., for the annual Fall Board of Directors and Advisory Committee Meeting
Meeting Extras
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