Jay L. Bartelstone
Jay, as Managing Director of the Group, has a broad and diverse
management background, having held a number of executive management
positions in the financial services industry. Included in these
executive positions were both international and domestic
assignments. Jay supervised a broad array of banking operations for
Citibank/Citicorp in New York and California. Subsequent to
Citicorp, as a Sector Executive for Union Bank of California, he was
responsible for investment management, retail banking, private
banking, trust, and product management activities. Jay then held
positions as President and CEO of Columbia Bank, and Vice Chairman
and Chief Operating Officer for Bank of Los Angeles, where he had
responsibility for all banking functions, including all aspects of
lending and operations. He is a graduate of the University
of Connecticut and received his M.B.A. with an emphasis in Finance
from Fordham University in New York.
Arthur Silverberg was formerly President, CEO and
Co-Owner of Hopkins Financial Corporation, Camarillo, CA. In this
capacity, Arthur spearheaded over $200M in land acquisitions,
development, leasing and sales for the company. The Company’s
portfolio included shopping centers, major industrial parks, and
several large residential tracts. Arthur was also a strategic
partner with Century Development Corporation, Marina Del Ray, CA.
where he positioned and bought in excess of 2,500,000 sq. ft. of
industrial properties, with a value in excess of $125 million.
As a Partner with Oren Realty and Development Corporation, Arthur
was instrumental in financing over $85M of acquisitions, bought and
sold, including residential tracts, industrial parks, and office
buildings in excess of $135 million worth of projects. He attended
the School of Business, University of Chicago.
Richard L. Dorman
Richard Dorman has been a
leader in the Los Angeles business community for over thirty years.
As owner of Professional Consulting Services he has established a
solid reputation as one of the areas most well know and respected
Mr. Dorman counts among his
skill sets excellent communication skills. He has been quoted
in the Los Angeles Business Journal and has been a guest speaker and
participant at various business forums. He is gifted at
multitasking ideas and concepts and working well in a fast paced
team orientated environment.
Utilizing these valuable
skills, Mr. Dorman has successfully blended business acumen in both
international business transactions and real estate council to build
an impressive client list. These include Nipon Electronic
Corp., Mitsubishi International Corp., Cushman Reality, Arden
Reality, Prudential Investments, Langdon/Wilson, and S.J. Amoroso,
Past community and
professional activities include sitting on the Board of Directors
Pasadena Playhouse, membership in the Los Angeles Chamber of
Commerce, Los Angeles Breakfast Club, and the Jonathan Club.
Garry W. Campbell
Overall, Garry has more than 35 years of experience in the development, asset management (workout and business plans), and financing of every type of real estate project, including the following specifics:
Garry was the Co-Founder (2000) of Hotel Financial Strategies where he was responsible for providing investment banking services and the closing of over $1 Billion of financing for the hospitality industry. This included acquisition, renovation, bridge, construction, and permanent debt, as well as equity. The projects ranged from high-end limited service hotels to 5 star resorts, including mixed use projects and master-planned communities.
In the 1990’s, Garry provided investment banking and advisory services for the acquisition and financing of hotels and resorts in the U.S. totaling more than $600 million. He also provided due diligence analysis, workout strategies, business plans, and asset management to major firms such as Colony Capital and J. E. Robert companies.
In the late 1980’s, as a partner with the Robert M. Bass Realty Group, he was the acting President of the $6 billion problem asset division (the “bad bank”) of American Savings. He also was a partner in the $1.5 billion acquisition of the Westin Hotel chain, which included the Plaza in NYC and the Mauna Kea Resort.
In the early 1980’s, as VP Development for Oxford Properties, he was responsible for the acquisition and planning of the $1 billion Citicorp Plaza in Los Angeles, as well as other real estate projects including retail, office, industrial, and master planned communities. Independently, he structured a partnership between a large Las Vegas casino and a California Native American tribe which then built a casino near Palm Springs.
Garry is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Jack brings with him long term Real Estate experience in the Commercial and Retail arena, serving clients who invest in Shopping Centers, Office Buildings, Free Standing Triple Net Credit Tenant opportunities and Land for Development. Jack has an outstanding performance record and has diverse expertise in senior management functions with best-in-class high growth real estate business entities. He has been a partner in an Arizona based development company and has held Senior Executive in a number of commercial and residential development companies. He has also succeeded in obtaining many millions of dollars in investment funds for client projects. Jack while an advisor to the Firm, is currently active as an independent Real Estate Broker and Consultant to residential and commercial real estate clients.
David Goldberg has been involved exclusively in real estate sales and marketing since 1968. David was Director of Sales for the J. H. Hedrich Company, at the time one of the oldest and most established homebuilding companies in the San Gabriel Valley. His new home sales experience ranges from entry level attached to luxury home communities. David is a past Associate Publisher of Homes & Land Magazine and the Los Angeles Rental Guide Magazine, of which he was a Regional Sales Director for the corporate franchiser. He is currently president of New Homes Direct, a targeted direct mail publication for new home communities. David is a licensed California Real Estate Broker and is a member of the Institute of Residential Marketing (IRM). David served on the Board of Directors for the Building Industry Association (BIA) for eighteen years and was Co-Editor of that chapter's newsletter, “Spatterdash”. He is a founding Director and past President of the Sales and Marketing Council (SMC) of Los angeles and Ventura Counties and is a member of the SMC's prestigious Hall of Fame. David received industry-wide recognition as Chief Executive Officer of the Year at the 1991 SMC Elan Awards.
Mr. Dallas has an extensive background in finance, capital raising and
business operations. He has built numerous businesses from the ground up and enjoys
the challenge of bringing new ideas to market. With over 30 years in mortgage
operations, Steve has experience in banking, loan originations, loan administration,
investor accounting and management of senior staff. Steve's main strengths however
are leadership and team building.
In 1981, Steve co-founded First Franklin Financial Corporation, a California-based
mortgage banking firm which grew from 4 employees to nearly 4000, funding in excess
of $100 billion in single family mortgages annually. Bank of New York and Bank of
America were co-agents with First Franklin’s warehouse facility. In 2005, First Franklin
became a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch Bank & Trust Company and serviced more than
35,000 mortgage brokers nationwide..
In 1996 Steve's Austin-based firm Lakeway Development, partnered with Dong Ah
Construction (Korea) to acquire 2200 undeveloped acres from Ross Perot's Hillwood
Development. The Lakeway property was entitled, developed and sold to Credit Suisse
First Boston in 1998. Pursuant to the sale, Lakeway Development together with local
environmentalists and US Fish and Wild Life, successfully negotiated one of the largest
environmental deals in Texas history..
In 1998, Steve partnered with Lehman Brothers to found United Capital Leasing
Corporation, a nationwide small-ticket equipment lender. At its pinnacle, United Capital
had over 120 employees originating, underwriting, funding and servicing a loan portfolio
of approximately $100 million. Steve also previously founded and operated an executive
home builder, a subprime auto finance firm and a real estate property management and
Steve graduated from Wittenberg University in 1979 with dual-degrees in Economics &
Business, was a member of the Tiger’s NCAA III national championship football team
and the Alpha Tau Omega national fraternity. In 2011, the Tigers football squad became
the 19th school in NCAA history to notch their 700th victory and became the only NCAA
Division II or Division III School to reach this lofty plateau.
Barry has more than 27 years of experience in the upstream with
Exxon Mobil. The majority of his career was spent as a domestic and
international construction site manager all over the world. He has
construction experience in onshore oil and gas processing
facilities, cogeneration plants, storage tanks, pipelines, power
cables, roads and bridges. His offshore construction experience
includes deep draft caisson vessels, FPSO’s, and shallow water
platforms. These projects were executed on four continents with a
total value of $2 billion. Other oil and gas experience includes
supervising production operations, well repairs, and environmental
compliance. Barry holds a BS degree in Civil Engineering from the
University of Washington. Barry is active in projects affecting his
community and currently is a director and treasurer of his
Marco is currently Managing Director of Watch
Harbor an alternative energy company in Europe. Marco was formerly
the CEO of C&C Energy, one of the largest wind developers in Italy.
During his 25 years working experience, Marco spent 10 years in ENEL
first as power plant design engineer assessing technical and
economic feasibility of power plants and lately as financial analyst
in the Corporate Development Division (1993-1996) investigating
diversification opportunities for ENEL. In addition he has been the
financial manager for SeA Elettroambiente S.p.A. an SPV dedicated to
waste to energy projects and Bioelettrica S.p.A. a vehicle dedicated
to biomass energy projects. Following his experience at ENEL, Marco
joined Wind in December 1997. He was head of Business Planning
preparing, among other, the company business plan for the beauty
contest of the 3rd mobile license; he was later Head of Finance and
Investor Relations. Marco spent 10 years in Intesa Sanpaolo as Head
of Equity Research (from Dec 2000 to Dec 2007) and as a senior
Investment Banker (from Dec 2006 to Feb 2010) in the M&A Advisory
Group. Marco holds a mechanical engineering degree from the
University of Rom, Italy and an MBA from the University LUISS of
Rome, Italy. He has also attended M.I.T. in Boston, Mass. for
Executive Course instruction in "Strategy and Strategic Control".
Marco is currently an instructor of the “Capital Markets and M&A”
course within the EMBA at LUISS University in Rome, Italy.