Past Events

2019 Fall Event

  

 

NYCORP Fall Program Guide & Agenda

 

Welcome to NYCORP’s Fall Event! We are delighted that you are joining us for an exciting afternoon of
interesting discussion and networking.

 

We are featuring two industry experts who will provide an update on the housing market and,
specifically, the impact of the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act, which came into effect in
June 2019. They will share their perspective on how new renting laws are already influencing the
relocation & housing markets.

 


Our talented panel will include:

 

 

Mr. Hal Gavzie, a seasoned real estate professional with more than fifteen years of proven Leasing, Sales and Relocation experience. As Executive Leasing Director at Douglas Elliman, Hal is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the growing leasing sector for the Manhattan and Brooklyn markets, and plays a key role in the overall expansion of the company’ leasing division. 

 

Having overseen more than 10,000 successful transactions throughout his career, Hal has developed close relationships with landlords and management companies throughout the city. 

 

Hal’s extensive knowledge of the Manhattan marketplace and keen ability to avoid pitfalls have always resulted in confident, comfortable interactions between brokers, clients and landlords. Whether it's facilitating the search for the right apartment and neighborhood, negotiating rents, or evaluating and pricing new properties, Hal takes pride in accurately assessing the needs of his agents and customers alike. Leveraging his extensive market knowledge and longstanding relationships with landlords and property management entities, he can seamlessly assist his agents with the toughest of real estate transactions. 

 

Hal is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York Rental Committee. 

 

 

 

Mr. Jonathan Miller, President and CEO of Miller Samuel Inc., a real estate appraisal and consulting firm he co-founded in 1986. He is a state-certified real estate appraiser in New York and Connecticut, performing court testimony as an expert witness in various local,
state and federal courts. He holds the Counselors of Real Estate (CRE) and Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) designations. He is an Appraiser “A” Member of the Real Estate Board of New York and the former two-term President of RAC, a premier appraisal
organization whose members focus on complex residential properties for relocation, litigation support, testimony and reviews.

 

Mr. Miller serves on the New York City Mayor’s Economic Advisory Panel representing the residential real estate sector and the New York State Budget Division Economic Advisory Board. He has participated in studies on valuation issues with academic institutions including New York University, Princeton University, Columbia University, and Baruch College. He participated and co-authored a research paper as part of an Urban Land Institute Advisory Services Resilience Panel in Norfolk, VA.

 

Today’s Agenda 

 

4:00 – 4:30 pm Registration
4:30 – 5:30 pm Panel Discussion – The housing market and the impact of the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act

 

Note: This panel discussion is worth 1 ERC/GMS recertification credit. Forms will be provided.

 

5:30 – 7:00 pm Networking reception

 

 

2019 Signature Event - Tuesday, June 4, 2019

 

The Assignee Experience—Take a Walk on the Human Side

 

 

 

Our NYCORP event is right around the corner!  At this June’s event, we will hear about the very human side of relocation—the actual assignee experience, as relayed by a panel of Global Mobility experts, an assignee and accompanying family members, and by a panel of service providers who will share sample intake interviews with an assignee.   We will also discuss how the evolution of online tools is changing the ways we support assignees and what this means from a human and professional standpoint.    

 

11:00am-12:00pm  Corporate Roundtable  - Corporate Members Only

 

12:00pm—1:00pm  Registration and Networking

 

1:00pm--1:15pm  Opening remarks

 

1:15pm—2:15pm  From the Global Mobility Perspective:  

 

Kristine Powell Goldstein,  SVP Human Resources, GIC

 

David Buchner, VP Global Mobility, Mastercard

 

Melissa Sudano 

 

2:15pm—2:30pm  Break

 

2:30pm—3:45pm  Share the Assignee Experience 

 

Our experienced panel will  provide a window into the assignee relocation experience:  brief sample intake interviews from a team of service providers, so that we may hear the questions an assignee is asked; we’ll also discuss how support of assignees is changing through technology. 

 

TJ Gallo,  Account Manager,  Aires 

 

Richard Tonge, Principal,   Grant Thornton 

 

Daniel Baum, President, D. Baum & Co.

 

Matthew Rigoli,   Destination Service Provider, Douglas Elliman

 

3:45pm—4:00pm  Break

 

4:00pm—5:15pm The Assignee Experience Personally Told

 

Hear first hand experience from an assignee - the good, the bad and the ugly..

 

5:15pm—Final comments 

 

5:30pm—7:00pm Networking and Cocktails

 

Live and Silent Auction

 

 

2019 Spring Event - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

    

 A special shout out and thank you to all of our NYCORP members and guests who attended the Spring Event!

It was an incredible evening at the beautiful Art Deco 30 Rock hosted by our very generous Sponsor, Deloitte, with forward thinking topics that raised interesting questions and valuable discussions during the networking session.

Mobility is changing at an alarming speed. We listened to featured experts from Deloitte Tax, Deloitte Employer Consulting Services and BAL to better understand the trends and the direction of mobility in the coming months and years to come. The points were quite interesting with how tax, technology, analytics, AI, demographic changes and the continuing diversity of our workforce are driving the way we need to respond as professionals in the field. As one of our speakers pointed out, mobility is changing faster than ever before.

Back to the future

There is no doubt that in the last 12 months certain trends and the regulatory environment have started to truly infiltrate global mobility. The future of work is of course evolutionary. Diversification, human‑centricity and digitalization of mobility services will continue apace and no doubt morph into new areas of service and application during 2019 and beyond. Deloitte will share their perspective on this through an interactive panel session.

The agenda is as follow:

4:00 - 4:30 pm  Registration

4:30 - 4:50 pm Presidents’ Welcome

4:50 - 5:00 pm Word from Scholarship Chair

5:00 - 5:45 pm Presentation

5:45 - 6:00 pm Q&A

6:00 - 7:00 pm Networking


2018  Holiday Event December 11, 2018

Agenda

 Venue: Columbus Citizens Foundation 

     

  Education Session                       Speaker: Robbie Goldberg         Scholarship recipient sharing 

 

 NYCorp Donation to Common Pantry