Middleburg Communities’ Partner and Head of Funds Management, Alonso Garza, will take part in the upcoming Latin America Real Estate Web Meeting produced by Carmo Companies, speaking on the US Real Estate Opportunities panel. The panel will be moderated by International Capital Partners Partner, Agustin Barrios Gomez and includes co-panelists Reven Capital CEO, Chad Carpenter, Quest Capital Partner and Head of Real Estate, Nicolas Sorensen, Angelo Gordon Director, Christopher Monsif and Oaktree Capital Co-Portfolio Manager, Real Estate Opportunities Strategy, Todd Liker. The conference is available to registered conference participants on December 8th and 9th, 2020. The conference will be held as a live virtual event and is closed to the media. Video and audio recording of the event is strictly prohibited. Registration is available here.
The aim of the Latin America Real Estate Web Conference is to connect and educate private equity real estate funds, family offices, institutional investors, and other Real Estate investment professionals across Latin America and the world. The online meeting will bring together over 300 C-level executives to virtually network and discuss investment opportunities, allocations, and the current performance of all real estate related asset classes. Panel discussions to be covered include institutional and family office investor perspectives, Latin America private equity real estate investment opportunities and global real estate investment opportunities for Latin America LPs.
As Head of Investment Management, Alonso Garza leads Middleburg Communities’ funds capital raising strategy, as well as manages all corresponding operational activities and interface with Middleburg’s accounting, reporting, and research business units. Prior to Middleburg, Mr. Garza spent 12 years with Goldman Sachs, during which time he rose from Financial Analyst to Vice President. He spent six years in Goldman’s Securities Division working with Treasurers and CFO’s of Mexican Corporations to advise on, structure, and trade interest rate and FX hedging instruments. Mr. Garza spent the last three years of his career on the private side of the bank, covering Goldman’s largest and most sophisticated Latin American Family Offices to provide them with trade ideas, portfolio management solutions and trade execution services. In this capacity, Mr. Garza managed $300 million worth of client assets. Mr. Garza obtained a Master of Business Administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he was the founder of the Junior Achievement program of Monterrey, Mexico – his hometown.
About Middleburg Communities: Middleburg Communities is a fully integrated multifamily development, investment, construction and management company operating in the southeastern and mid-Atlantic United States. Since 2004, Middleburg has acquired and developed more than 19,000 apartment units, executing approximately $2.5 billion in transactions. The Middleburg team shares a vision for greater value creation through community impact. The firm’s success is rooted in a genuine desire to serve its local communities in thoughtful and holistic ways. Middleburg embraces people, property, and partnerships to enhance the lives of others, contribute positively to its neighborhoods and maximize real returns for partners. For more information, please visit www.MiddleburgCommunities.com.