JANUARY 13, 2022
7AM Pacific | 11AM Eastern | 4PM Central European | 11PM Philippines
Managing The Assets of The Church: Creative Financing
In this webinar, we’re shifting from real estate to a broader conversation – Innovative Financing.
While the Church has many real estate assets, reviving or repurposing these assets often requires substantial financing that most organizations are not prepared to face.
Join us as we explore some innovative ways to arrange financing.
David Murphy is the Program Director for the Church Properties Initiative at the Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate. Prior to his appointment, David co-founded QuoVadis Catholic, a non-profit that places young adult Catholic professionals in underutilized Church property and has consulted parishes, dioceses, and Catholic schools on real estate topics. He is also involved with a number of Catholic start ups and served as a project manager for Notre Dame's Catholic Accelerator. David served 6 years on active duty with the U.S. Navy as a helicopter pilot flying the MH-60S before spending a year as a Postulant with the Congregation of Holy Cross at Moreau Seminary. He studied political science and theology at the University of Notre Dame.
Régis Nacfaire, NGO senior executive. Regis was COO of the Jesuit Refugee Service at the International Office in Rome for a few years, and was also the CEO of the Order of Malta France.
Rienzie Biolena, President and Chief Financial Planner of WealthArki and Consultancy, Inc. He is one of the pioneering Registered Financial Planners in the Philippines and is an international speaker and writer for international media outlets.
Pia de Solenni. SThD is a theologian, ethicist, and cultural analyst. She recently served as Chancellor of the Diocese of Orange, California, and Theological Advisor to the Bishop. Her work has appeared in various publications including The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Washington Post, National Catholic Reporter, Our Sunday Visitor, and National Review Online. She is also a consultant member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas.