Triloma Financial Group expanded its senior housing advisor, Triloma Senior Housing, with the hire of chief investment officer James Hendrix.
Prior to joining Triloma, Hendrix was vice president of acquisitions at ROC Seniors – a division of Bridge Investment Group that invests in seniors housing and medical property assets. Throughout his career, Hendrix has been involved in the acquisition of more than $2 billion in healthcare assets in both public and private investment vehicles.
“Jimmy is an invaluable addition to the Triloma team,” said managing director Mike Wood. “His knowledge, relationships and experience in this sector will help us quickly expand our seniors housing and healthcare offerings, enabling us to bring additional investment solutions to our clients.”
Triloma said that it is actively looking to acquire healthcare and senior housing properties, and intends to offer 1031 exchange opportunities later this year. Hendrix’s first priority in his new role will be to identify and acquire seniors housing properties for future investment opportunities the firm is planning.
Triloma has been raising capital for senior housing investments since 2014, and closed a $25 million seniors-housing focused private placement offering last year.
Triloma Financial Group is a private investment management firm that manages and sponsors a group of private and publicly-offered investment programs focused on private equity, real estate and energy investments. The company is headquartered in Winter Park, Florida. Triloma Financial Group is the parent company to Triloma Securities, a FINRA-registered broker-dealer and Triloma Senior Housing.