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Managing global property portfolios, transactions and teams : A primer for corporate real estate executives — Part 4: Transactional Risk Management in Multinational Context
Part 4, the concluding segment in this series of articles, considers transactional risk management in the relationship-building and deal-making phases of a new project, including intended and potentially unintended impacts of exploratory discussions and preliminary documents such as term sheets, letters of intent and memoranda of understanding. There is also an overview of the importance of legal compliance and ethical considerations in an increasingly regulated and multicultural context.
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James Hagy is Distinguished Lecturer in Residence at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. He has also lectured at other professional schools across the US and at Peking University School of Transnational Law. He founded and directs the Rooftops Project, which offers conferences, workshops, research and resources about the role of real estate in the missions and the operational and financial performance of not-for-profit (charitable) organisations of all sizes and mission types. Prior to his life in teaching and community service, he practised for almost 30 years with one of the largest global law firms, where he co-led its real estate practice worldwide.