Inland Private Capital promotes 7 executives
Oak Brook-based Inland Private Capital Corp.'s board of directors has approved the promotions of seven executives within the company's underwriting, structuring finance, capital markets and operations divisions.
• Rachel Crabtree, promoted to assistant vice president -- investor services, has played a critical leadership role in positioning IPC to service the substantial increase in volume of new investments processed, as well as the growth of transfers of ownership and account maintenance changes. A 15-year veteran of Inland, Crabtree previously served as investor services supervisor of IPC.
• Justin Fishman has been promoted to assistant vice president -- acquisitions underwriting due to his expertise in analyzing and modeling Opportunity Zone developments, as well as self-storage, hotel and student housing acquisitions. In his previous role as senior financial analyst, Fishman was instrumental in elevating IPC's analytical abilities in the underwriting department.
• Phil McAlister, promoted to vice president -- investments, has more than 11 years of industry experience in underwriting and financial modeling, and has been instrumental in the exploration of new asset classes and investment opportunities for IPC. McAlister previously served as assistant vice president of underwriting for IPC.
• Kyle Prokup, promoted to assistant vice president -- capital markets, has played an instrumental role in IPC's broker-dealer due diligence process, as IPC has experienced exponential growth in its diversified suite of product offerings brought to market. Prokup previously served as investment product analyst for IPC.
• Chris Rickett has been promoted to assistant vice president -- acquisitions underwriting due to his expertise in analyzing medical office and senior housing assets, as well as managing the implementation of new software and workflow processes that have positively impacted IPC's productivity, business intelligence and new product acquisitions. Rickett previously served as senior financial analyst for IPC.
• Kristina Stortz has been promoted to vice president -- private placement structuring, underscoring the leadership, expertise and precision she demonstrates in efficiently delivering IPC's investment products to market. A 16-year veteran of IPC, Stortz previously served as assistant vice president for the company.
• Ryan Vance, promoted to assistant vice president -- structure and finance, has been instrumental in advancing the modeling capacity and proficiency of IPC's acquisition structure and finance department with his financial modeling and analytical skills that span from traditional real estate and financing scenarios to complex investment structures and joint venture scenarios. Vance previously served as senior structuring analyst for IPC.