As lenders enter new markets and adjust to changing regulatory pressures, many are revisiting (or writing for the first time) their policy for managing environmental risks in commercial real estate lending. This webinar features policy experts in a live discussion on writing and implementing an environmental policy that balances competitiveness with risk management.
Thursday February 19th at 1pm EST
How do these and other building hazards create liabilities for real estate investors and owners? This webinar will give you an understanding of:
Wednesday, March 11th at 2pm EST
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Under Pressure - Lender Compliance In The New Regulatory Landscape
It’s no secret that since the recession, regulations like the Dodd Frank Act and a tighter credit climate have made risk management a greater priority across the commercial real estate and lender communities. More recently, updates to the OCC’s Handbook for CRE Lending have placed greater emphasis on policies and procedures to manage environmental and construction risks.
Gain critical insight on how to tackle risk and satisfy regulators.
With an expert panel of lenders and risk managers, this webinar is a can’t miss for those wanting to successfully navigate this new regulatory landscape. Click here to register now for this on demand Globe St webinar.
CA Energy Disclosure Law (AB 1103) - For Building Owners - July 2014 Update
Mandatory energy compliance is now the law in California. Is your commercial building ready? AB 1103, as the law is commonly referred to, went into effect January 1, 2014, and requires owners of nonresidential buildings to benchmark and disclose their building’s energy use data prior to the sale, leasing, or financing of the entire building
To help you prepare, Partner Energy is hosting a webinar on AB 1103’s requirements, frequently asked questions, and easy options for complying. Tune into our free webinar to learn more about the requirements of the law, recent updates, and how you can proactively ensure your building is in compliance.
Partner Energy's John Rockwell will be presenting a live webinar on July 22nd at 10:00 am PST discussing the specific changes and requirements affecting your institution. Please click here to view on demand.
The New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) recently announced a new online system for submitting your annual Right to Know Survey. Along with the online system, DOH additionally announced:
- • An official RTK Coordinator for each school district must be registered in the new system before Sept 15, 2104.
- • The 2013 RTK Survey submission deadline has been extended from July 15, 2014 to February 15, 2015.
- • Although the DOH is requiring an online submission for each facility, you still must mail hard copies to the required county and local agencies.
All public employers are required by law to provide a complete inventory this year of all hazardous chemical present in the facilities. Even if you do not store or use any reportable chemicals at your facility, you will still need to complete the first page of the survey.
Partner's Brian Maitland, CSP, CET, CPSI in partnership with EIRC, presented a live webinar on July 11th at 11:00 am EST discussing the specific changes and requirements affecting your institution. To see the recording please click here.
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