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Pacific Oak Hires Regional Vice President for Northeast Region

Pacific Oak Hires Regional Vice President for Northeast Region. Derek Mazza

Pacific Oak Capital Markets LLC, an alternative investment distributor, announced that Derek Mazza has joined the company as regional vice president for their Northeast territory.

Pacific Oak says Mazza will build and maintain relationships with financial intermediaries throughout Connecticut, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.

“Pacific Oak continues to match capital with opportunity as we work towards delivering offerings that produce compelling risk-adjusted returns,” said Jeff Kremin, president and managing director of distribution for Pacific Oak Capital Markets. “Derek’s successful track record in alternative investments and his demonstrated ability to consult on practice management and portfolio construction will make him an invaluable resource for the private wealth advisors we work with.”

Mazza brings more than 18 years of experience in the financial services industry and is knowledgeable of alternative investments including real estate investment trusts, private equity, infrastructure, business development companies, credit, Delaware statutory trusts and qualified opportunity zones. According to LinkedIn, prior to joining Pacific Oak, he was vice president of sales at Seedbrite for nearly a year. Before joining Seedbrite, he was a senior vice president with Cantor Fitzgerald where he led sales efforts in New England and Upstate New York. His previous experience also includes roles with Realty Capital Securities, Boston Capital and Fidelity Investments.

Mazza earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stonehill College.

Pacific Oak Capital Markets is a wholesaler and managing broker-dealer for alternative investment offerings, including a qualified opportunity zone fund, Delaware statutory trust, and other private and public offerings such as SmartStop Strategic Storage Trust VI.

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