Ten Capital Hires Pair Of Hunt Investment Vets

Sep 4 2014 | 10:04am ET

Private equity real estate specialist Ten Capital Management has lured two senior Hunt Investment executives to its team.

Ed Oprindick and Paul DiSandro will lead acquisitions and dispositons for Cleveland, Ohio-based Ten.

Oprindick and DiSandro held senior positions at Hunt Investment Management, together managing $4 billion in direct real estate investments for large institutional clients at Hunt and its predecessor companies dating back to GMAC Commercial Mortgage.

In addition to portfolio management, Oprindick and DiSandro have been involved in the acquisition of over $3.3 billion of commercial and multifamily properties throughout the United States, including 17,000 multi-family units and 6.8 million square feet of commercial space.

“Joining a young, institutionally-minded boutique firm with the ability to be nimble has clear advantages. Paul and I are thrilled to be on board and excited about the opportunity,” said Oprindick in a statement.
 
Ten Capital Management was founded in March 2011 by Ben Adams and Carmela Guerrero with the backing of a New York-based high-net-worth investor. The firm makes equity investments across all major property types in the United States through multiple strategies, including: recapitalizations, distressed asset workouts/purchases, non-performing loan and loan pool acquisitions, partnership buyouts and sponsor equity funding on an opportunistic basis.


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