The Best Minds in Real Estate with Gadi Kaufmann: Arizona State Retirement System CIO, Karl Polen


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RCLCO’s “The Best Minds in Real Estate with Gadi Kaufmann” video interview series explores a wide range of critical decisions chief executives across the real estate sector are facing in today's unique and challenging times. In this episode, Gadi Kaufmann speaks with Arizona State Retirement System Chief Investment Officer Karl Polen about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to the real estate industry, the questions being raised in the market, and the potential for investment opportunities during the downturn. Karl Polen was appointed CIO at ASRS in 2016 and is responsible for the management of approximately $40 billion in assets invested in U.S. equities, U.S. fixed income, international equities, private equities and real estate, and other investment strategic allocations. Subscribe to the RCLCO channel for new episodes of “Best Minds” released several times a week, and tune into our sister podcast where we dive deeper into the lessons learned and career developments of real estate industry CEOs at Looking for guidance during COVID-19? Call us today at (310) 984-1757.

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