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Blue Vista Adds SVP of Capital Markets

Chicago-based investment firm Blue Vista Capital Management has hired Brandon Honey as SVP of capital markets. Based in Blue Vista’s River North offices, Honey will be responsible for executing debt capital markets strategies and sourcing debt for the firm’s middle market and student housing investment products.

Previously, Honey was VP of capital markets at Green Courte Partners, where he sourced, closed and managed financing for Green Courte’s real estate investments. Before that, he spent seven years in various commercial real estate lending roles at Wells Fargo in the U.S. and Canada. 

“We are excited to have Brandon join our team in a newly-created role that is specifically focused on Capital Markets for our real estate equity strategies.” said Robert Byron, chairman and co-CEO of Blue Vista. “Brandon’s real estate background and wealth of experience will serve to enhance our capital markets strategies across our various investment products.”


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