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Charles De Andrade, CAIA

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Biography

Charles De Andrade is responsible for the evaluation, structuring, and execution of equity and debt investments as one of the senior members on the investments team at EquityMultiple Investment Partners (EMIP). EMIP is the capital markets arm of EquityMultiple, with a focus on capitalizing on dislocation opportunities in the commercial real estate middle market. De Andrade has over 10 years of global real estate experience, having previously worked at JLL Securities, where he was a vice president focused on real estate investment banking and private equity real estate capital raising. Prior to JLL, he was at Macquarie Capital, working with international institutional investors and operators on real estate investment banking and placement agent advisory, debt/equity capital raising, and making principal investments. De Andrade has completed over $5 billion in aggregate debt/equity private (JV/Fund) capital raised or recapitalized, and principal debt/equity invested across all asset classes/strategies. He received his cum laude MScBA in finance and investments from the Rotterdam School of Management, holds a post-graduate certificate in real estate from New York University, and is a CAIA® charterholder.

Author's Posts
The 60/40 Portfolio Needs an Alts Infusion

How can investors supplement the traditional 60/40 stock/bond portfolio with allocations to alternatives?

Commercial Real Estate Today: A Four-Sector Outlook

What should investors be watching in the US CRE market? Will there be opportunities in the residential — multifamily, industrial, retail, and office sectors?

Commercial Real Estate Today: An Overview

How has the post-pandemic world of renewed geopolitical tensions, resurgent inflation, and rising interest rate pressures reshaped how real estate capital markets operate? Where is the commercial real estate (CRE) sector headed and how can investors respond?

The Nuts and Bolts of Private Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Investing

What terms, metrics, and concepts do investors need to have under their belt to approach the CRE asset class?



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