Expands Real Estate Investment Banking Practice, Seeks Interns & Associates

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Middle-market investment bank and M&A advisory firm grows its real estate investment banking practice, seeks new positions. seeks new hires as its real estate investment bank grows., a division of Merit Harbor Group, is actively seeking, courting and hiring experienced interns, associates and investment bankers to head the company’s growing real estate investment bank. With offices in multiple cities across the country, the firm is actively seeking representatives with investment banking experience in commercial real estate. “This represents an area where we have keen interest,” says Craig Dickens, company CEO. “We see continued growth in this sector for the foreseeable future and we recognize our internal need to add more experience to our investment banking team.”

As a full-service, private investment bank, the company assist real estate buyers and sellers in capital advisory situations involving various scenarios in real estate finance, including debt offerings, joint ventures, preferred equity offerings, IPOs, follow-on offerings, private equity, management consulting and even debt & equity crowdfunding. By combining the tacit knowledge of a team of long-standing real estate investment experts, the company is able to provide direct assistance in a number of key areas.

The current focus of the company’s real estate investment banking practice includes, multifamily investments, industrial & manufacturing facilities, hospitality & hotel, retail, timber, self-storage, public sector utilities and real estate investment trusts (REITs). In sourcing capital and connecting buyers and sellers of each of these types of projects, the company brings all the appropriate capital partners to the table to ensure transactions are completed in a timely and efficient manner.

The company is seeking an experienced investment banker with specific experience in commercial real estate investments to help head the company’s growing real estate investment banking practice. It is expected that appropriate intern and associate-level candidates will have multiple years of experience in facilitating complex, commercial real estate transactions, financings and negotiations in various sectors of real estate. The ideal candidate would be able to work independent and could be located nearly anywhere in the United States.

“We are actively seeking candidates that fit within typical investment banking roles,” says Mr. Dickens. “We expect some training on our processes will be required, but we are mostly interested in a candidate that can take an immediate, active role to begin facilitating deals across the spectrum in real estate finance,” he says. Interested candidates are encouraged to get in touch through the company’s website.

About the Company

As a private investment bank, Merit Harbor Group assists companies looking to grow and sell. A typical growth strategy could include a need for organic growth capital, used for hiring more sales and marketing personnel or capital for acquisitions. The company helps in the requisition of capital events from the right strategic and financial investors. Whether selling companies, buying companies or raising growth capital, the company takes a very disciplined approach to its systems and processes, ensuring the best possible outcome for its clients.

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