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Gaw Capital Partners USA has appointed Roman Nemtsov as senior vice president, investments.
Nemtsov will be based in the soon-to-be opened Chicago office and is responsible for US investments for the firm, focusing on overseeing Gaw Capital's recently established hospitality venture, as well as development of new joint ventures.
Additionally, Nemtsov will assist in overseeing the operations of Gaw Capital US Value-Add Fund.
Prior to joining Gaw Capital Partners, Nemtsov was a consultant and founding member of RV Kuhn's real estate consulting group. He served as a lead consultant on RVK's largest state and municipal public funds, endowment and foundation (E&F), and corporate clients with combined allocation to real estate in excess of USD6bn. In 2013, Nemtsov led the sale of the largest real estate secondary transaction comprised of 25 real estate limited partnership interests with aggregate market value of USD925m.
Gaw Capital Partners USA is an entity of Gaw Capital Partners, a Hong Kong-based private equity real estate fund management company with a strong geographic focus on Greater China and the Asian real estate markets in the past.
"I am excited to join Gaw Capital Partners team," says Nemtsov. "I look forward to contributing to the growth of our US operations by delivering exceptional investment performance and outstanding service to our global client base."
Goodwin Gaw, chairman and managing principal of Gaw Capital Partners, says: "We are grateful to have Roman joining our US team at this exciting phase in its evolution. He would make a valuable addition to our fast growing family with his in-depth experience in proactive sourcing, due diligence, and structuring of investment opportunities of commingled funds, separate accounts, co-investments, secondary fund interests, and direct assets spanning all major property types and geographies."
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