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BEVERLY HILLS, CA-Los Angeles real estate investment banker Bill Chadwick of investment banking and capital management firm Chadwick, Saylor & Co. Inc. has joined Multi-Housing Capital Advisors as CEO. Chadwick, also known as a high-profile Los Angeles civic leader, formerly was managing director at Chadwick, Saylor & Co.; CS Capital Management, an investment manager and adviser for pension funds, private foundations and university endowments; and CS Securities, a broker-dealer. Earlier in his career, he was founder and president of Public Storage Institutional Realty Advisors, an affiliate of Public Storage Inc. He began his career with the international law firm of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker.

Curtis Palmer, a founding principal of Multi-Housing Capital Advisors, says that Chadwick will work with real estate operating companies, financial institutions, REITS, private investors and developers in addition to his role in leadership and management of day-to-day business affairs. Multi-Housing Capital Advisors was founded by Palmer, Herb Chase III, Andy Sands and Peter Sherman to provide institutional investment sales, debt and equity financing services to apartment owners, developers, pension fund advisers, financial institutions and insurance companies. In one of its most recent transactions, the firm brokered the $96 million sale of the 438-unit Gallery at NoHo Commons apartment complex in North Hollywood.

The founders of MHCA have completed more than $20 billion in investment sales and financing transactions over the past 10 years. The firm recently expanded its capabilities as a correspondent DUS lender facilitating Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and HUD loans.

Chadwick, in addition to his career in investment banking, has served as chairman, president and a member of the executive committee of the Pension Real Estate Association and as a member of the board of the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. He is a charter member of the Academy of Employee Benefit Authors, recognizing his authorship of three textbooks on the investment responsibilities of fiduciaries. He was attorney-advisor for tax policy in the US Treasury Department during the administration of President Richard Nixon Administration and served as administrator of pension and welfare benefit programs under President Gerald Ford.

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