Matthew Fuller is the chief investment officer of Participant Capital and leads its Investment Committee. He is responsible for executing the company’s equity and credit investment strategies.
Russ Alan Prince: You were recently named chief investment officer of Participant Capital. Tell us a little about your new role.
Matthew Fuller: As Participant Capital’s first CIO, I look forward to expanding the firm’s investment strategies and LP investor base and adding to our talented investments team. Participant’s 12-year-old investment platform weathered the Covid turbulence with ease and is well-positioned to take advantage of pricing dislocations in the market, primarily in the residential, hospitality, and net lease sectors.
As part of my role, I will continue to grow Participant Capital’s partnership with Royal Palm Companies (RPC) and other first-rate development projects, including advancing our global real estate offerings and diversifying the projects we invest in. I will also focus on widening Participant’s reach to a broader audience of global wealth advisors and their clients to raise capital via the firm’s US, Luxembourg, and Cayman Funds...
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