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KPG Funds Hires 15-Year Veteran as Senior Controller 

KPG Funds has hired Joshua Bankhead as senior controller to support the company’s goal of managing and developing more than $1 billion in New York City office and retail.  He brings more than 15 years of financial, development and asset management experience to KPG. 

Before joining KPG, Bankhead worked as a real estate developer and property manager for Gild Park Capital. At Monday Properties as real estate development controller, he coordinated with external accountants and CFO while preparing financial statements. At the Blackstone Group, he was a fund accounting manager where he prepared and analyzed monthly NAV of $4 billion for the GSO credit liquidity strategy of funds.  

“Joshua will strengthen our executive team,” said Greg Kraut, co-founder and CEO of KPG. “We are fortunate to bring on someone with over 15 years of real estate experience who has been a true leader in the NYC real estate community.” 


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