Megatel Capital Investment, the capital markets division of The Megatel Group, has hired Keith Cawley and Paul Dietterich as regional vice presidents.
Cawley, regional vice president of the Midwest region, previously served as a regional sales director at NexPoint Advisors L.P., where he specialized in the sale of alternative investments including real estate investment trusts, Delaware statutory trusts, mutual fund structures, and interval funds. Prior to NexPoint, he was an internal wholesaler with MetLife, where he focused on retirement planning and generational income strategies. He has more than a decade of industry experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from The University of South Carolina and FINRA Series 7 and 63 securities licenses.
Dietterich, regional vice president of the Northeast region, has more than 15 years of experience in the finance and real estate industries. Prior to joining Megatel, he was a director at Rising Star Distributors and previously served as a regional vice president with Realty Capital Securities, where he was responsible for sales distribution throughout the New York tri-state region.
“As The Megatel Group rapidly expands into new markets and product offerings, we are pleased to welcome new additions in support of this tremendous growth and innovation,” said Trey Hoppe, executive vice president and managing director. “Keith and Paul are seasoned professionals who bring a wealth of experience and contacts to our team, adding significant depth and strength to our external sales team. We are delighted to have them on board and are very optimistic of what the future holds for our firm.”
Megatel Capital Investments is the capital markets division of The Megatel Group, which is the parent company of MCI and Megatel Homes LLC. Megatel Homes is a Texas-based homebuilder that funds part of its operations through private placements offered by Megatel Capital Investment.
Founded in 2006, Megatel Homes is a Texas-based homebuilder with more than 100 developments comprised of several thousand homes completed since its founding. The firm funds part of its operations through private placements offered by Megatel Capital Investment.