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Shopoff Realty Investments has hired Andrew Nelson as director of strategic programs

Shopoff Hires Director of Strategic Programs 

Andrew Nelson has joined Shopoff Realty Investments as director of strategic programs. He’ll be primarily responsible for leading the creation and implementation of offering documents for Shopoff’s real estate securities programs, working in concert with internal departments and external parties. 

“As our investment offerings continue to expand, bringing a seasoned professional like Andrew into our internal team will help to further enhance future offerings and streamline our offering creation process,” said Shopoff president and CEO William Shopoff. 

Nelson comes to Shopoff with nearly a decade of experience in the alternative investments industry. His experience includes fund formation and securities-related matters for investment sponsors focusing on real estate, blockchain, and venture capital offerings, third-party due diligence of investment funds, and startup advisory work. 

Before joining Irvine-based Shopoff, Nelson had his own law practice, Nelson Law Partners PLLC., and worked for The Bowman Law Firm LLC as director of financial due diligence.   


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