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Medical Real Estate Investment Forum | 2015 Speakers

Mindy Berman, Managing Director - Capital Markets Healthcare, Jones Lang LaSalle

mindy.berman@am.jll.com

617-316-6539

One Post Office Square

Boston, MA 02109

Ms. Berman serves as a Managing Director and Practice Lead for Healthcare in the

Capital Markets Group of Jones Lang LaSalle. She serves the firm’s investor and provider clients by

developing and executing financial strategies and requirements for their capital and occupancy

requirements related to real estate, assisting them in the evaluation and execution of deal structures to meet their economic, investment and financial objectives. Ms. Berman has 30 years of corporate finance experience structuring and arranging financing for the fixed assets of major corporations to meet their economic, financial, operational, tax and financial reporting objectives. Ms. Berman has advised and arranged over $5 billion of healthcare industry real property for providers, investors and developers involving investment sales, developer build-to-suits and project and structured financing of acute care facilities, medical office buildings, senior housing and skilled nursing facilities and other health care-related properties. Her experience with healthcare providers includes medical equipment financing and unsecured private placements. She has relationships with a multitude of capital sources including institutional investors, commercial banks, finance companies and private equity investors for taxable and tax-exempt financing.

Daniel Bernstein, Vice President, Stifel Nicolaus bernsted@stifel.com 443-545-5831 One South Street 16th Floor Baltimore, MD 21202 Daniel Bernstein joined Stifel in 2006. Based out of the Baltimore office, Mr. Bernstein is a Vice President in the Healthcare sector, covering Healthcare Providers and Healthcare Real Estate.

His past awards include FT/Starmine and Wall Street Journal's Best on the Street Awards for stock picking in the healthcare services sector.

Before joining Stifel, Mr. Bernstein was an analyst with real estate developer Recycland as well as a financial reporter and editor with Dow Jones & Co. and Bondlink News, where he wrote on homebuilders, REITs, high-yield bonds, and convertible bonds.

Mr. Bernstein is a graduate of the University of Miami, earned an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School, and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Charles Black, Innovation Leader, CBRE charles.black@cbre.com 205-910-1158 Charles Black is the Global Innovation Leader for CBRE’s GWS business. As part of the GWS Client Solutions organization, Charles helps drive growth, innovation, and collaboration across all global platforms, industry verticals, and client accounts in our effort to ensure exceptional outcomes for all CBRE clients.

In his prior role, Charles was Managing Director and leader of CBRE’s Global Retail Portfolio Analytics and Healthcare Portfolio Analytics consulting platforms designed to produce portfolio strategies based on a combination of rigorous analytics and local market intelligence for retail, financial services, healthcare, telecom, wholesale, oil and gas and other client industry types.

Charles has also led Strategic Consulting teams responsible for the creation and execution of strategic initiatives for CBRE clients including Retail Strategy, Portfolio Optimization & Planning, Financial Analysis and many other strategic initiatives.

Prior to joining CBRE, Charles was Vice President for Trammell Crow Company’s Southeast Region Development and Investment group. While at TCC, Charles was responsible for all asset management functions of the development and investment business and was integrally involved in the pursuit of numerous build-to-suit and speculative development programs.

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Charles A. Bissell is National Practice Leader of the Integra Realty Resource' Seniors Housing & Health Care Specialty Practice. In that role, he directs valuation and consulting engagements related to a wide variety of seniors housing and health care properties nationally.

Charles attended Dallas Baptist University where he obtained a bachelor's degree in finance. He was awarded the MAI designation by the Appraisal Institute in 1992, the CRE designation by the Counselors of Real Estate in 2000, and the ASA from the American Society of Appraisers in 2012. He is also a Texas licensed real estate broker, and has been involved in the brokerage of more than $500 million in seniors housing assets.

Mr. Bissell is a member of the Advisory Committee of the American Seniors Housing Association, the Appraisal Institute, and the Counselors of Real Estate. Mr. Bissell is active in supporting not-for profits involved in the housing arena, and currently serves on several Boards. He is a Past President of the Board of Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity and was awarded the Habitat Hero Award in 2006.

Charles has been a frequent speaker at industry conferences, such as the American Seniors Housing Association Annual Meeting, National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry Conferences, the Texas Health Care Association Annual Conference, etc. He also has testified as an expert witness in various district and federal courts.

Bissell lives in Richardson Texas with his wife Elise and three teenage boys. In his spare time, he enjoys golf and travel.





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Owner and CEO of Fleisher Smyth Brokaw LLC, Michelle is responsible for the firm's strategic direction, investment strategy, investor relations, and capital sourcing. Ms. Brokaw's real estate career spans more than twenty years and includes experience in commercial real estate acquisition, development, finance, leasing, and asset management. She was also a founding member of CREW Denver.

FSB is a Denver-based real estate investment, development and management company with a history of over 30 years in developing, owning, operating, leasing and managing medical office properties in the Denver metro area. In that time, FSB has owned and managed nearly 55 properties totaling over 4 million square feet.

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Mr. Burkemper is a Senior Vice President in the transactions group for Harrison Street Real Estate Capital, LLC. Mr. Burkemper is responsible for sourcing, analyzing, and closing of transactions and venture relationships within the firm's focus on healthcare assets. During his tenure at Harrison Street, Mr.

Burkemper has acquired or developed over $1.5 billion of self-storage, medical office and senior housing transactions. Prior to joining Harrison Street, Mr. Burkemper was a Senior Associate at Morgan Stanley within its Merchant Banking Real Estate Investing Group. While at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Burkemper sourced, underwrote and closed acquisition and joint venture opportunities in the US, Canada and Mexico for several of its funds. In this capacity, he analyzed potential acquisitions, development and redevelopment opportunities across the capital structure, property types and risk / return fund parameters.

Sam Chandan, President & Chief Economist, Chandan Economics dsc@chandan.com 888-650-8650 7 World Trade Center 250 Greenwich Street 46th Floor New York, NY 10007 Prior to starting his own firm, Dr. Chandan served as the Chief Economist at Real Capital Analytics. Amongst the commercial real estate industry's preeminent economists, Dr. Chandan has served as an advisor to a vast array of the nation's banks and non-bank lenders, securitized debt market participants, investors, and policy makers. He has expertise in the analysis of property market trends, capital and credit market performance, and the identification of systemic risk in commercial mortgage portfolios. During his tenure within the industry, Dr. Chandan held the role of Chief Economist at Reis, where he was variously responsible for forecasting, valuation, risk, and capital markets products and research, and CMBS and portfolio analytics services. He earned a PhD from the Wharton School and was a doctoral scholar at Princeton University. He has taught economics at Wharton and Dartmouth College. In addition to his current roles, Dr. Chandan holds a non-executive board position with QBL, a startup development company. Dr. Chandan writes the Basis Point column for the New York Observer's monthly Mortgage Observer magazine and the Chief Economist blog for GlobeSt.com.

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David Elkins has been in the commercial real estate industry for over 25 years. David began his career in California working for Macerich Co., Bramalea Pacific, Inc. and Hines before being transferred to Portland where he was Vice President for Ashforth Pacific, Inc. and Senior Investment Manager for Schnitzer West. In 2006 David started The Remington Real Estate Group and spent 7 years working around the globe as receiver, expert witness, project manager and interim resource. Clients included Hines, PS Business Parks, Schnitzer Investment Corp., Latham & Watkins, several regional banks and Providence Health & Services. In total David has worked with educational, industrial, hospitality, land, medical, office, parking, residential and retail assets throughout the US, Istanbul, Moscow and St. Petersburg. Currently, David is serving as Chief Asset Officer of Real Estate and Construction for Providence Health & Services, a real estate portfolio spread over five western states from Alaska to California. The portfolio is over 30m square feet, market value in excess of $10B and includes most product sectors. The mission of the Real Estate and Construction group is to create the space that comforts and heals.

Erik Gainor, Principal / CEO, Zeustra Real Estate Investment Services Erik.Gainor@zeustra.com 717-503-6785 150 West Chocolate Avenue Hershey, PA 17033 Mr. Gainor is an industry veteran in the healthcare real estate investment sector. He has held a number of senior positions at commercial real estate companies and advised some of the world’s largest public and private institutions to assist them in achieving their transactional and investment objectives in the most complex economic environments. Throughout his career, Mr. Gainor has assisted investors and medical providers in developing and executing real estate strategies that preserve wealth and maximize returns. He is well known for his hands-on and activist approach to value creation tied to the monetization of medical office buildings (MOB’s), hospitals, surgery centers, post-acute care facilities, assisted living and other healthcare real estate assets. His strong institutional ties to domestic and foreign capital sources have solidified his reputation as one of the industry’s leading advisors. Mr. Gainor continues to be actively involved in all aspects of Zeustra’s operations, ranging from investor sell-side and buy-side advisor services, underwriting, and transaction management. He is a dedicated philanthropist and contributor to the arts and education, with a particular interest in continental philosophy. Mr. Gainor is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University.

Bryan Hickman, Vice President – Investments, Health Care REIT bhickman@hcreit.com 419-214-5784 4500 Dorr Street Toledo, OH 43615 Mr. Hickman serves as Vice President of Investments and is responsible for evaluating, structuring and closing investment opportunities with an emphasis on post-acute, long-term care, and seniors housing properties. In addition to managing new investments, he is also responsible for the asset management in post-acute, long-term care, and seniors housing. He has been a member of HCN’s investment team since

2006. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Hickman was an Associate for Marshall Plan Advisors, Inc., a boutique investment advisory firm in Shaker Heights, OH. Mr. Hickman holds a BA from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.

Justin Hill, Vice President – Investments, Health Care REIT jhill@hcreit.com 419-247-2717 4500 Dorr Street Toledo, OH 43615 Mr. Hill serves as Vice President, Investments and is responsible for evaluating, structuring, and closing medical office building investments. Prior to joining HCN, Mr. Hill served as a Quantitative Credit Analyst and an Operations Analyst for Vanderbilt Capital Advisors and as a Vice President within Bank of America’s Global Corporate & Investment Banking division.

Mr. Hill has earned a BS from Ohio University, an MS from the University of Toledo, and an MBA from the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business. He also held adjunct professorships at DePaul University and the University of Toledo.

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Mr. Klein serves as Senior Vice President – Medical Facilities Group. He is responsible for the leadership, oversight and coordination of business development, and origination and operations efforts for the medical facilities asset class. Prior to this position, Mr. Klein was Vice President – Medical Facilities Group, Team Leader at Health Care REIT. Before joining the company, Mr. Klein was Co-Founder and President of CB Richard Ellis/Reichle Klein, a full-service commercial real estate firm. He is an attorney and holds IREM’s CPM © (Commercial Property Manager) designation. Mr. Klein received a BS from the University of Virginia and law degree from The University of Toledo College of Law.

Jeffrey Langbaum, Senior Analyst – REITs, Bloomberg Intelligence Jlangbaum1@bloomberg.net 609-279-4658 100 Business Park Drive Skillman, NJ 08558 Jeffrey Langbaum is a senior analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, a real-time, interactive industry research platform available on the Bloomberg Professional service. Mr. Langbaum focuses on commercial and residential real estate trends and market performance, specializing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) which invest in commercial real estate focused on the multi-family residential, office, retail and health-care sectors. He covers companies such as Equity Residential, Boston Properties, Simon Property Group, and Health Care REIT.

Prior to joining Bloomberg Intelligence in 2012, Mr. Langbaum was a senior analyst at Ladenburg Thalmann, WJB Capital Group and Barclays Capital. He started his career at Bear Stearns in 1999 as a junior analyst covering the real estate industry.

Mr. Langbaum earned a bachelor's of science degree in finance from the University of Maryland.

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