Shopoff Realty Investments, a manager of opportunistic and value-add real estate investments, has hired Andrew Nelson as director of strategic programs.
In his new role, Nelson will primarily be responsible for leading the creation and implementation of offering documents for Shopoff’s real estate securities programs, working with internal departments and external parties and coordinating data and information with legal, compliance, real estate, accounting, and marketing.
Nelson has nearly a decade of experience in the alternative investments industry. His experience includes fund formation and securities-related matters for investment sponsors focusing on real estate, blockchain, and venture capital offerings, third-party due diligence of investment funds seeking to raise capital from the independent broker-dealer and registered investment advisor channels, and startup advisory work.
“As our investment offerings continue to expand, bringing a seasoned professional like Andrew into our internal team will help to further enhance future offerings and streamline our offering creation process,” explained Shopoff Realty Investments President and CEO William Shopoff.
Prior to joining Shopoff, he had his own law practice, Nelson Law Partners PLLC., and worked for The Bowman Law Firm as director of financial due diligence. Nelson is an attorney licensed to practice in the state of New York and holds a juris doctor degree and MBA in finance from the University Florida, and a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Syracuse University.
In other company news, Shopoff recently hired Mark Schultz to serve as chief financial officer, as reported by The DI Wire this week.
Shopoff Realty Investments is an Irvine, California-based real estate firm with a 30-year history of value-add and opportunistic investing across the United States. The company primarily focuses on generating appreciation through the repositioning of commercial income-producing properties and the entitlement of land assets. The 30-year history includes operating as Asset Recovery Fund, Eastbridge Partners and Shopoff Realty Investments (formerly known as The Shopoff Group).