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Paladin Realty Partners Expands its Latin American Management Team

20 June 2017

Latin America-focused private equity real estate firm Paladin Realty Partners brought on two new hires to help expand its management team. Evan Pickering was hired as Vice President of Investor Relations along with Josefina Anaya who will serve as a Senior Construction and Engineering Manager. 

(Press Release) Los Angeles, California, June 20, 2017 – Paladin Realty Partners, LLC, a leading real estate investment fund manager focused on Latin America, announced today that it has hired Evan Pickering as Vice President of Investor Relations and Josefina Anaya as a Senior Construction and Engineering Manager.  Mr. Pickering will focus on institutional client relations and reporting, based in Paladin Realty’s Los Angeles office.  Ms. Anaya will focus on the firm’s investments in Mexico and be based in Paladin Realty’s Mexico City office.

Prior to joining Paladin Realty, Mr. Pickering worked as an institutional investment consultant at Benefit Financial Services Group, where he served both corporate and public-sector clients. He previously worked at Mercer Global Advisors. Mr. Pickering is a CFA Level III Candidate and an active member in his local CFA society. He graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance.

Ms. Anaya previously served as a project manager at Marhnos, one of the ten largest real estate developers in Mexico, where she was responsible for overseeing various commercial and residential development projects in Mexico. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Unversidad Autonoma Metropolitana in Mexico City, and has further education in urban planning, sustainable architecture and interior design.

“We are very pleased to add Evan and Josefina to our Paladin Realty management team,” said James R. Worms, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Paladin Realty. “We look forward to the contributions they will make as we deploy capital for our fifth pan-regional Latin America fund.”