Cardozo International & Comparative, Policy & Ethics Law Review Spring Symposium: A Conversation with Current Real Estate Advisors

Date

April 10, 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
A Conversation with Current Real Estate Advisors
 
Co-sponsored by the Center for Real Estate Law & Policy and the Cardozo Real Estate Association 
 
5th Floor Faculty Lounge
 
Current is a cutting edge commercial real estate firm focused on identifying the best leasing opportunities for their clients and then cultivating a long term partnership to drive future success. Some of Current's well known clients include Bandier, Briogeo, Broken Coconut, Brooklinen, Charlotte Tilbury, Dagne Dover, Dr. Barbara Sturm, Face Gym, Naked Cashmere, Normandy Real Estate Partners, OAK, Paramount Group, Inc., Something Navy, Taconic Investment Partners, Upton, Wander Beauty LLC, Zero Bond and more.
 
BRANDON CHARNAS
Co-founder & Partner, Current
 
Prior to co-founding Current, Brandon started Warwick Capital Management in 2014 which has been responsible for more than $1 billion in commercial real estate transactions. Before that, Brandon spent five years at Kirkland and Ellis, LLP as an associate in its corporate department, with an emphasis on private equity debt finance and complex M&A transactions. Brandon earned his law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in 2010 and did his undergraduate work at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude.
 
ADAM HENICK
Co-founder & Partner, Current
 
Prior to co-founding Current, Adam was the Chief Operating Officer at Warwick Capital Management overseeing all aspects of its business for two years. Before that, Adam spent nearly seven years at Angelo, Gordon & Co. as a Portfolio Manager within its Residential and Consumer Debt strategy, concentrating on trading mortgage-backed securities (MBS). Prior to Angelo, Gordon & Co., Adam worked a combined two years at Bear, Stearns & Co. and then J.P. Morgan following its acquisition, on their MBS trading desk. Adam graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Finance.
 
Register here.
 
Please note that an RSVP is required for admission to this event. Refreshment and drinks will be served at the conclusion of the panel.