Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital, was recently featured in LEADERS, an international publication providing a forum for the thoughts and visions of the world’s most influential people. His status as an expert in the field of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT) was reaffirmed as this article was being released and news broke of Warren Buffet’s highly-publicized investment in STORE Capital.
STORE Capital’s second annual Inside Track Forum dates have been announced. Following up on our successful inaugural conference, the 2018 event will be scheduled for January 30th – February 1st at the Westin Kierland in Scottsdale, Arizona. Visit our website for more information including a list of speakers, meeting topics, and video highlights from our 2017 conference.
Through buying high quality real estate and leasing it to strong companies, STORE Capital has quickly grown its investment portfolio since its inception in 2011. Christopher Volk, CEO of STORE Capital sat down with Asset TV to discuss the origins of STORE and the unique ways in which it provides real estate lease solutions to its clients. Watch this video to hear more from Chris as he breaks down the basics of STORE’s strategy.
“Foundational distinction. This is the theme that we have drawn on this year as we have redesigned our quarterly investor presentations and as I have drafted my annual letter reviewing our performance results for 2016,” Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital. See for yourself what other thoughts Chris has to share and more on what sets STORE Capital apart by viewing our 2016 STORE Capital CEO video.
Investment risk does not center on how likely a tenant is to default within 12 to 18 months, which is the general timeframe of a corporate credit rating. The concern is how likely the lease contract is to perform over its entire life, which may be 10 years or longer. STORE Capital CEO Chris Volk discusses how such an evaluation must look at the cumulative multi-year default risk, as well as the credit migration risk, in Risky Business.
The vast majority of companies that rely on real estate to run their operations generally lean towards leasing, rather than owning, their real estate. There are many reasons, but the cost of capital and corporate flexibility are high on the list. Discover how a variety of variables, not just a tenant’s credit rating, affect leasing from Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital in Tenant Creditworthiness.
Have you been looking to brush up on business basics? Tune into STORE University, a series of online educational courses for business owners on the fundamentals of business wealth creation hosted by Chris Volk, CEO of STORE Capital.
Chris Volk, president and CEO of STORE Capital, was recently ranked as CRE’s “Most Bankable” Best Bosses of 2016. Part of this nomination is credited thanks to his success of not only leading three publicly held companies, but having his leadership team join him throughout these endeavors. “True leaders are defined not only by how they perform, but even more so by the way their people view them,” according to Real Estate Forum. Read the full article to discover more details on Volk’s experience and triumphs throughout his career.
STORE’s success was recently highlighted by REIT Magazine in a piece that discusses the company’s strategies for mitigating risk through a diversified portfolio, its openness with investors, and its reliable team that has been together for years. Read more about STORE’s achievements and what the future may hold.
Chris Volk, President and Chief Executive Officer of STORE Capital, recently sat down with Brad Thomas from Seeking Alpha. They discussed STORE’s margins of safety, differentiated portfolio and overall corporate performance. See what Chris has to say about what sets STORE Capital apart.