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Cortland Capital Platform Now Part of Alter Domus

Cortland Capital Services, which provides third-party fund administration to real estate private equity firms and other financial institutions, has sold to Alter Domus. Deal terms were not disclosed. Chicago-based Cortland has over $200 billion of assets under administration.

“Becoming part of the Alter Domus Group gives us the ideal platform to expand our real estate and private credit service offerings, and accelerate the expansion of our market leading loan services solutions deep into Europe and Asia Pacific,” said Cortland CEO Doug Hart, who cofounded the firm in 2018, along with other former senior executives at LaSalle Bank. Hart is now regional executive, North America for Luxembourg-based Alter Domus.

Cortland’s clients include banks, CMBS originators and family offices, as well as real estate owners and developers, real estate funds and REITs.

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