Ms. Schachter will be working out of Cohen Asset Management’s Los Angeles office and will be responsible for the accounting and reporting functions for CAM’s wholly owned corporate entities
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 21, 2012
Cohen Asset Management, Inc. (CAM) announced the appointment of Nikki Schachter as Senior Accountant, a new position at the rapidly growing Los Angeles based industrial real estate investment and management firm. Ms. Schachter will be working out of Cohen Asset Management’s Los Angeles office and will be responsible for the accounting and reporting functions for CAM’s wholly owned corporate entities. Nikki will report directly to the President, Bradley Cohen and the Chief Financial Officer, Scott McGinness.
Prior to joining Cohen Asset Management, Ms. Schachter’s career in the real estate industry included a role at Moss & Company where she reported to the Chief Financial Officer. Nikki is highly engaged with her community including the Eagle Rock Yacht Club and L.A Works.
Cohen Asset Management, Inc., (“CAM”), is a private commercial and industrial real estate investment firm whose relationships extend to high net worth individuals, institutional investors and domestic business entities. The private real estate investment firm is an active operator and investor of commercial and industrial real estate assets and has a well-established reputation as a value added investor focusing on commercial and industrial real estate opportunities that are inefficiently priced due to a variety of circumstances such as vacancies, rollover risk, sub-optimal management, inefficient current use, deferred maintenance, long-term undervalued leases or other unfavorable property and market conditions.
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