American Landmark Taps Tepperman for Capital Markets Lead
Multifamily owner/operator American Landmark has appointed David Tepperman as global head – capital markets. He will be based in New York, where he will head up global capital generation, fund and partnership strategic formation and structuring.
Prior to joining American Landmark, Tepperman was managing director in Evercore’s real estate advisory practice. He focused on advisory functions, including originating new opportunities, capital formation and structuring transactions.
Before joining Evercore, Tepperman was a senior investment officer with the New York State Common Retirement Fund, where he invested more than $1.7 billion globally on behalf of the fund. He managed a $2.8-billion global portfolio of real estate, direct joint ventures, funds and co-investments.
Tepperman also served as the fund’s representative on the boards of investor committees of commingled funds and joint ventures, having a total value well in excess of $20 billion.
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