New Standard Equities’ Chief Operating Officer Julie Blank participated on the Real Estate Operational Executives Roundtable at IMN’s 9th Annual Real Estate CFO & COO Forum on May 17. The event gathered experts in real estate, lending, and operations in Dana Point, CA to participate in discussions and sessions about real estate topics including accounting, regulations and technology, and more.
As a speaker, Julie joined other COOs, CFOs, Tax & Accounting Officers, , and other professionals in leading educational sessions. Julie shared her experience as a COO at the Real Estate Operational Executives Roundtable, where she and other panelists discussed operational challenges and lessons that have come about throughout the pandemic and the current economic climate.
Learn more about the forum here.
New Standard Equities Founder & CEO Edward Ring supported the Children’s Bureau Golf Tournament as a Benefactor Sponsor for the second year in a row. Edward is one of 28 senior executives, partners, and directors of Los Angeles’ business community running the event as part of its 2022 committee. The 40th annual President’s Invitational golf tournament benefited the Children’s Bureau’s work supporting families through child abuse prevention and treatment.
As a leader in their field for over 100 years, the Children’s Bureau provides programs for children and families, professional training and community initiatives. The golf tournament acts as a vital source of fundraising for the Children’s Bureau, having raised over $9 million since the first event.
Read more about the organization here.
Children’s Bureau relies on the support from our sponsors and donors to provide the children and families in our community the tools and resources they need to thrive. The virtual Heroes of Hope campaign is our year-end endeavor to raise funds for the vulnerable children in our community and we are so thankful to all our donors. In this post, we will be highlighting one of the campaign’s heroes: Eddie Ring.
MANETTE — While hundreds of protesters lined the Manette Bridge on Sunday, Jonathan “Fro” Perry decided it was time to paint.
It wasn’t that Perry, who is black and lives in East Bremerton, didn’t want to join in the peaceful “call for justice” in the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of a now-former police officer charged with murder. But Perry knew it wasn’t the best way he could express himself.
New Standard Equities (NSE), a Los Angeles-based, full-service multifamily investment and management company, refinanced its third property in two months and its fourth this year through Brian Eisendrath’s team at CBRE.