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Preferred Capital Securities Promotes Tyler Bergman to Regional Vice President

Preferred Capital Securities LLC, the dealer manager for Preferred Apartment Communities Inc. (NYSE: APTS), has promoted Tyler Bergman to regional vice president for the firm’s Northern California and Northern Nevada regions.

Preferred Capital Securities LLC, the dealer manager for Preferred Apartment Communities Inc. (NYSE: APTS), has promoted Tyler Bergman to regional vice president for the firm’s Northern California and Northern Nevada regions.

In his new role, Bergman will provide support to existing financial advisor and registered representative relationships, as well as cultivate new opportunities for the firm’s $1.5 billion Preferred Stock & Warrant Offering and mShares Preferred Stock Offering.

“Tyler joined the PCS team just over a year ago and quickly became one of our top performing area vice presidents,” said CEO Al Haworth. “Tyler’s career experience and natural ability to build effective relationships with advisors will serve him well in his new role. He will continue to be a valuable asset to our team as we grow PAC’s offering footprint within the independent broker-dealer and registered investment advisor channels.”

Prior to joining PCS, Bergman worked for FS Investments (formerly Franklin Square) where he was promoted from sales associate to internal sales consultant and covered their Florida territory. He started his career as a financial planner assistant for Capital Guardian Wealth Management. Bergman graduated from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in finance and holds Series 7 and 63 registrations.

Preferred Apartment Communities, which has more than $3 billion in assets under management, acquires and operates multifamily communities in select target markets throughout the United States. PAC may also make real estate loan investments in multifamily communities and other multifamily related assets, such as off-campus student housing communities. The company may also invest a portion of its assets in other income-producing property types, such as grocery-anchored shopping centers and office properties.

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