Private equity firm Resolute Capital Partners has promoted Christine Hiatt from vice president of real estate acquisitions and dispositions to chief operating officer. In her new role, Hiatt will be responsible for delivering on the company’s business plan and investment strategies, while overseeing the daily operations and administrative functions of the company.
Hiatt started her career with Wells Fargo Bank in San Francisco and was part of the team that led the bank into the mortgage banking industry. From there, she went on to work with some of the country’s top regional banks as a specialist in mortgage banking, real estate, and commercial lending.
In 2007, she founded Z.A.C Investments, a boutique real estate firm which focused on residential real estate, subdivision development, foreclosures and distressed properties, flips, and rentals.
“We could not be more excited to promote Christine to the role of chief operating officer. With over 30 years of experience in banking, mortgage lending, real estate, sales training, and IT staffing, her wealth of knowledge and experience is virtually unmatched in our industry,” said Thomas J. Powell, senior managing partner. “Since joining Resolute Capital in late 2019, her presence has been invaluable in helping us discover and develop innovative opportunities for our partners and clients. As we grow and continue to expand in the areas of energy, commercial real estate, and technology, Christine will be instrumental in ensuring our continued operational success.”
Hiatt graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business.
Resolute Capital Partners is a private equity firm with offices in San Francisco, Dallas, and Minneapolis. Since its founding in 2010, the company has raised more than $514 million in its various energy, technology, and real estate funds.