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RREEF's Patricia A. Connolly to Speak at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate

March 24, 2011

Connolly, director, Portfolio Management at RREEF will discuss sustainability from the perspective of a REIT 

On Tuesday, Mach 29, 2011, the Center for the Sustainable Built Environment at the Schack Institute of Real Estate is holding a special session of its Sustainability Speaker Series.  Patricia A. Connolly, director, Portfolio Management at RREEF, will discuss sustainability from the perspective of a Real Estate Investment Firm (REIF).  This special event begins at 4:30 p.m. at NYU’s Midtown Center, 11 West 42nd Street, Rm. 1027. A Q&A session will follow the presentation.

For additional information or to RSVP for this event, please email Milton Scudder at

RREEF is the real estate investment management business of Deutsche Bank's Asset Management division. RREEF is one of the world's largest real estate investment managers, investing in commercial and residential property, and real estate securities globally.

Patricia Connolly joined RREEF in 2005 as a Regional Manager in their New York Corporate Office.  In 2006, she was named Regional Director and a year later in 2007 was promoted to Director, Portfolio Management, overseeing two of the firm’s pension fund clients whose real estate portfolios are valued at about $1 billion.  On January 1, 2010, Ms. Connolly joined RREEF’s Global Management Team as Director of Global Sustainability shaping and coordinating comprehensive sustainability and green building programming and related environmental and energy strategies for RREEF world-wide.


About SBE@Schack

The mission of the SBE@ NYU Schack is to provide a multi-disciplinary platform to enhance the understanding of sustainability and to advance sustainable development research and practice in the real estate and construction industries. Our goal is to serve as a locus for new ideas on sustainable cities, buildings, and technologies by bridging theory and practice in the application of a triple-bottom-line approach to real estate decision-making. Through research, education, and outreach, we strive to provide industry leaders with objective, rigorous, and timely data, case studies, and applied research to inform real estate development, investment, and management practices and policies.


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RREEF's Patricia A. Connolly to Speak at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate

Patricia A. Connolly, Director, Portfolio Management, RREEF Photo Credit: Real estate Academic Initiative at Harvard University

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