When I was working at Deloitte, many of our clients that were US based real estate investment management companies approached us to help structure exits for their investments in India. […]
Tiya Jain is a Baker Program in Real Estate graduate student. Prior to Baker she completed her chartered accountancy course in India (Equivalent to the CPA) and has 6 years of post-qualification experience with multinationals such as Ernst & Young, Deutsche Bank, Deloitte etc. Her last position at Deloitte involved advising large developers and private equity funds on funding, structuring and cost saving transactions in line with the local laws and regulations. Prior to Deloitte, she helped Aldia Capital, a boutique investment advisor in India, set up base in Mumbai. She was responsible for creating trusting relationships with the local real estate developers for the firm to secure $100 mm mandates. Tiya also strengthened local banking and financial relationships to the firm to tie up both ends of the deal making process.
She is also interested in sustainable energy solutions, solar technology and she implemented the same for 3 housing societies in her neighborhood in Mumbai to cut energy costs by 25%. At Cornell, Tiya is the VP of Events for the Cornell Real Estate Women’s club that looks at leveraging opportunities for professional growth for women and eliminating the gender differences in the real estate industry. Tiya is also a Junior editor for the Cornell Review. The assignment involves contributing high quality research articles for the Cornell yearly journal and also interviewing real estate industry leaders who speak at the Distinguished Speaker Series. She enjoys playing Sudoku and practicing eastern philosophies such as yoga and meditation in her free time. Post Baker she would like to work in real estate investments and finance.
The 2nd half of the 35th Cornell Real Estate Conference was an engaging session consisting of a speech by the recipient of the Industry Leader Award of the year, Jonathan […]
For decades, Manhattan has monopolized the office market in New York City (‘NYC’). However, Brooklyn is gaining momentum as the 4th largest office submarket in NYC after Midtown, Midtown South […]
Cornell’s Baker Program in Real Estate welcomed Mark Fogel of ACRES Capital to campus on August 31st for its first Distinguished Speaker Series event of the 2017-2018 academic year. ACRES […]
The new semester begins with a bang! Our first speaker for the Distinguished Speaker Series is Mark Fogel, founder of ACRES Capital, a debt fund headquartered in Long Island. […]
When I began looking for an internship, my goal was to find an organization that could appreciate my background. I had worked in India for several years before enrolling […]
On the 20th of April, 2017, we had the honor of hosting Ms. Susan Dollinger, Managing Director at Citibank, over a skype conversation for the Distinguished Speaker Series. Ms. Dollinger […]
On April 20th, we have the distinct honor of hosting a webex with Ms. Susan Dollinger, Managing Director at Citigroup for the distinguished speaker series. With Susan, the Baker Program […]
Last week, the Baker Program in real estate had the honor of hosting David Rodgers at the Distinguished Speaker Series. David is the founder of Park Bridge Financial and his […]
This week The Baker Program has the pleasure of hosting David Rodgers as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series. David is an expert in Commercial Mortgaged-Backed Securities (“CMBS”) with a career […]