What is TCG
TCG a is a collaborative non partisan think tank comprised of members from across the U.S. who are thought leaders in their respective fields. We are driven to participate in TCG by the desire to make a difference for our country. Together, we provide timely, relevant and unique information, insights and perspectives delivered via video and written content, by our subject matter experts and independent third party validation for our clients spanning the real estate, finance, legal and healthcare industries.
The Carnegie Group is a nonpartisan think tank that engages in a variety of policy initiatives and provides the nation’s top real estate, finance, legal and healthcare organizations with compelling content, independent third party validation and subject matter expertise.
The Carnegie Group consists of hundred of members around the country, all renowned experts in the real estate, finance, legal and healthcare fields and some of the most highly regarded members of industries required to deliver our services, who participate in The Carnegie Group because they want to make a difference. Members serve The Carnegie Group and our clients in a variety of capacities including as expert witnesses, speakers, trainers, and subject matter experts for the content we produce.
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP CONTENT
As actual experts in the fields of real estate, finance, legal and healthcare, The Carnegie Group produces the highest quality video, live and written contentincluding for our clients’ websites, social media and print publications, advocacy and “calls to action,” blogs, television and radio broadcasts, Internet news channels, podcasts, and live events.
The Internet is littered with “content” providers, however, the vast majority are generic writers and videographers. You’ll find themworking as freelancers, insideadvertising and public relations agencies and at technology delivery and service providers, including the many video streaming, webcast and website design companiesholding themselves out as content providers in order to capitalize on what they view as one more revenue stream. Regardless of where they reside, generic content providers, by definition, lackhigh level subject matter expertise in any particular area.Instead, they rely on clients – consuming significant staff time -or embark on the minimum possible research, merely recycling what they find, directly or indirectly at the client’s expense. The result is always generic content.
As leaders in the real estate, finance, legal and healthcare industries, our clients require a higher level of more sophisticated content. Their audiences expect timely, highly relevant information, uniquely original perspectives, thought leadership, subject matter expertise that is simply not possible from generic content providers. The Carnegie Group hits the proverbial ground running, delivering in-depth knowledge in our areas of expertise including the relevant history, culture, dynamics, economics, regulatoryenvironment,politics and policy perspectives coupled with the highest quality live and on camera talent, writers and videographers – provided by The Carnegie Group Members in those professions – all precisely geared to our clients’ audience, and always on time and on budget.
The Carnegie Group’s content clients include financial institutions, government agencies, trade associations and Fortune 500 corporations. Read more
INDEPENDENT THIRD PARTY VALIDATION
Our clients also recognize the benefit of highly qualified independent third party validation. The Carnegie Group delivers vis-à-vis our renowned industry expert Members. Our clients know that their organization has far more credibility with their audience when The Carnegie Group expert Members endorse their organization than when their organization endorses itself. Read more
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTISE
Our Members are renowned thought leaders and subject matter experts who have worked and distinguished themselves on the front lines in the fields of Real Estate, Finance, Legal and Healthcare. The following are just a few examples of within The Carnegie Group’s wheelhouse and on which The Carnegie Group Members have provided subject matter expertise for clients:
Commercial Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate Finance, CMBS, Commercial Real Estate Tax Policy, Commercial Real Estate Insurance, Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, HOPA, Fair Housing, Title Insurance, RESPA, TILA, Dodd Frank, Affiliated Businesses, Kick-Backs, Standard of Care, Conflicts, Deposit Disputes, Purchase Contracts, Leasing, Landlord-Tenant, HUD, CFPB, GFEs, Housing, Housing Finance, RMBS, Residential Mortgage Servicing and Compliance, Commercial and Residential Real Estate Transactions, Residential Mortgage Origination and Compliance, Affordable Housing and Policy, GSEs and FHA, Dodd Frank, QM and QRM, Secondary Mortgage Market, Mature Adult Housing Options, Aging in Place, Scattered Residential Rentals, REITS, Flood and National Disaster Policy, Foreclosure, Short Sales, Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure, Commercial and Residential Distressed Asset Work Outs, Principal Write Downs, HAMP, HARP, HAFA
Banking and Finance
Dodd Frank, QM and QRM Compliance, Secondary Mortgage Market, CMBS, RMBS, Servicing and Default Servicing, Foreclosures and Work Outs, Making Home Affordable, REITS, RESPA, TILA, Servicing Compliance, DOJ, AG and SEC Investigations and Settlements, OCC, Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, Enforcement Actions, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Standard of Care, Loan Originations, Loan Products, FDIC, CFPB, Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, Credit Ratings, Capital Requirements, Reserve Deposits, Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009, Home Buyer Counseling, Reverse Mortgages, Disclosure and Reporting Requirements, Basel III, Credit Card Accountability and Responsibility Act, Foreclosure Compliance, Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, Loss Mitigation, Servicing Compliance, Deficiency Judgments, Title 12, Volker Rule, Fraud Enforcement Act of 2009, Interest Rates, Federal Reserves, FOMC.
Standard of Care, Alternative Fee Arrangements, Origination Fee Credit Best Practices, Gender Discrimination, Retaliation, Title VII, Foreclosures, Short Sales, Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure, Commercial and Residential Distressed Asst Work outs, Advanced Healthcare Directives, Principal Reductions, Servicing, Equal Pay Act of 1963, Dodd Frank, RESPA, TILA, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, Paycheck Fairness Act, Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, Fair Pay Act of 2013.
Hospice and Palliative Care, Medicare, Medicaid, Affordable Healthcare Act, Donor insemination, CONs, Disposable Medical Supplies, Medical Malpractice, Bioethics, CDC, HIPPA, NIH, Free Standing Facilities, Advanced Healthcare Directives, Title 21 CFR, Title 42 CFR, HOMs, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973, FDA. Read more