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LORD ABBETT Jersey City, NJ
Separately Managed Accounts, Associate December 2017 – Present
Communicate with Portfolio Managers to construct customized portfolio models ranging upward of $50 million to fit clients’ suitability needs, compare the different historical performance, hypothetical account growth and dividend revenue of Lord Abbett’s different investment strategies. Portfolios are used to create pitch material which is sold to high net worth clients.
Create competitive analysis decks, using different Lord Abbett and competing funds, displaying risk reward tables, risk statistics, trailing and load adjusted returns, sector and credit quality breakdowns, profit projection and numerous other fixed income statistics.
Forecast profits of funds and SMAs using dividend reinvestment, duration, holding period, and other inputs. GEORGE COMFORT & SONS New York, NY
Summer Analyst (Intern) June 2014 – August 2014
Underwrote several financial analyses for brokers; discounted cash flow, net present value, and IRR calculations. Used calculated financial data while constructing reports that incorporated historical operating statements, trade area demographics and general property descriptions that would be presented to potential investors or clients.
Worked under the Director of Asset Management in conducting industry, competitor and fundamental analysis to evaluate properties.
Analyzed and abstract various types of real estate documents including leases, mortgages, rent rolls, appraisals, title reports and sale contracts. MORGAN STANLEY – THE ADAMS GROUP New London, CT
Summer Analyst (Intern) June 2013 – August 2013
Produced fundamental and differentiated research on equity and fixed income strategies which were presented to the financial advisory team. RELEVANT COURSEWORK - EDUCATION
NEW YORK UNIVIERSTY - SCHACK INSTITUTE OF REAL ESTATE New York, NY Pursuing a professional certificate in Commercial Real Estate Finance and Investment August 2018 – Present
Notable Course: Real Estate Financial Modeling
o Topics covered include income and expense assumptions; multiple lease analysis; sizing debt with lender parameters and calculating levered and unlevered net present values (NPV) and internal rates of return (IRR); pro forma forecasting; and discounted cash flow
Notable Course: Real Estate Acquisitions & Ownership (NYU and R.E.S.A) o Covered every aspect of the real estate transaction process across multiple asset classes through examination of the legal and general business issues that face purchasers during asset identification, submitting offer and initial due diligence, entering into contract, feasibility and financing, under contracts, post-closing, lease-up and tenant considerations, alternative uses, and dispositions. ARGUS ENTERPRISE REAL ESTATE ANALYSIS COURSE, Baruch College New York, NY
Discounted cash flow analysis for office, retail, industrial, and multi-family properties. August 2018
Topics include: Market leasing assumptions, space absorption, and property resale value. UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND Richmond, VA
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major: International Business, Marketing January 2015 – May 2017
International Business Club, International Business Student Mentor, Entrepreneurship Club and Men’s Rugby Club (Captain) ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park, FL
Candidate for Bachelor of Arts, Major: International Business September 2012 – December 2014
Men’s Varsity Lacrosse Team, Student Government Association, Academic Honor Society (Phi Sigma Pi), National Honor Society for Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi), Co-Founder & Vice President of Rollins Real Estate Club & Rollins Investment Club. STUDENT REAL ESTATE PROJECTS
INDEPENDENCE GOLF COURSE Richmond, VA
Hotel Construction, Student Consultant January 2016 – April 2016
Worked with the CEO of Pros, Inc., the owner of Independence Golf Course, to strategically map out the potential construction and integration of a boutique hotel on premises.
Screened boutique hotel brands which fit surrounding area demographics, offered opportunistic value strategies, and met desired revenue goals while researching and recording the current revenue streams and brands within the Independence Golf Course umbrella.
Modeled revenue and expense sensitivity tables over varying potential market conditions using operating data from comparable projects, current revenue streams and changes in demand.
Researched state and town zoning requirements and development codes to find geographic footprints and ideal construction schedules while creating a business plan to strategically incorporate the hotel into already existing Independence Golf Course revenue stream. FACILITIES RENOVATION COMMITTEE Winter Park, FL
Student Board Member August 2013 – December 2014
As a student leader on the renovation committee, identified student center space that could be better positioned for student needs.
Surveyed student body, researched production schedules, blueprints, redevelopment costs, revenues, expenses, and strategic positioning of similar projects at other schools and presented ideas to the Committee to allocate $1.8 million dollars to the reorientation of student space to maximize efficiency, aesthetics, school revenue and create 17 full time jobs.
Advised in the selection of an architect and the development of the design through implementation. Suggestions and design have been implemented. CERTIFICATIONS AND SKILLS/INTERESTS
Certifications: Series 7, Bloomberg Essentials - Skills/Interests: ARGUS, Excel Modeling, PowerPoint, Word, Golf, Rugby, International Affairs, Cultural Studies, Architecture: Jay Bergmann - Social Affiliations: New York Athletic Club