* Note change of venue * The program will now be held at 230 Park Avenue, 5th floor
Join ULI New York’s Young Leaders Group for an exclusive opportunity to hear from RXR’s Eric A. Clement, Senior Vice President & Fund Manager (Social Impact & Sustainability Investments).
Eric joined RXR in July 2021 to build out its existing impact investing infrastructure, particularly with opportunity zone investment vehicles, along with other investment platforms designed to create a long-term sustainable impact in under-served communities. Prior to RXR, Eric spent nearly four years at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), spearheading environmental, social, governance (ESG) investments.
As awareness grows surrounding the significance of social impact and sustainability, the real estate sector continues to increase its focus on finding ways to address these issues while delivering long-term value for investors.
Join us to learn more about Eric’s illustrious career in real estate investment and development in both the public and private sector.
The Young Leaders Group’s Secrets of Success series is a distinctive opportunity to gain exclusive access to senior real estate industry leaders to hear about the professional experiences that have influenced these local industry icons.
About Eric -
Eric A. Clement
SVP & Fund Manager, Social Impact & Sustainability Investments
Eric A. Clement oversees the social impact and sustainability portfolios at RXR. He is principally responsible for defining the portfolio’s strategic vision and investment strategy, delivering against the dual mandate of attractive returns and tangible ESG outcomes.
Prior to RXR, Eric was Senior Managing Director and head of the Strategic Investments Group at New York City’s Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), where he oversaw the negotiation of tax incentives, debt issuances, new market tax credit investments, and dedicated debt-equity funds. He led deployment of NYCEDC’s $15 billion portfolio to expand financial access, mobilize private capital, and support the City of New York’s core growth objectives.
Eric was previously a partner at Blue Frontier Group, an emerging markets private equity firm, SGI Global Holdings, Ltd., and has held various executive and management-level positions at Accenture, Citigroup, and J.P. Morgan. He received his MBA from Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford, where he is an Associate Fellow, and his undergraduate degree from Lehigh University, where he currently serves on the University’s Board of Trustees and the Arts & Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council.