June 24, 2020
Capital Square, a sponsor of tax-advantaged real estate investment offerings, has appointed Marc Slavny as executive vice president of capital markets and director of due diligence.
As a member of the firm’s executive management team, Slavny will oversee capital markets and fundraising, spearhead the firm’s due diligence team, and assist with the design and implementation of new investment programs.
Slavny has 26 years of securities industry experience, and most notably, he established the alternative investment division for J.P. Turner & Company, where he was responsible for raising $1.5 billion for 358 real estate alternative investments programs, including Regulation D offerings and real estate investment trusts, during his 14-year tenure.
Prior to J.P. Turner, Slavny worked in several accounting-related positions in the banking, communications and real estate industries. He began his career as an auditor with Arthur Andersen & Company and earned his certified public accounting designation in 1988.
Slavny received a bachelor’s degree from The University of Georgia, and holds FINRA Series 7, 24, 63 and 65 licenses. He is also licensed to sell fixed annuities, variable annuities, life insurance and health insurance.
“I’ve known Marc Slavny both personally and professionally for many years, and have always been impressed with his intellect, foresight and integrity,” said Louis Rogers, founder and chief executive officer of Capital Square. “As the head of Capital Square’s capital markets and due diligence efforts, Marc will prove instrumental as we expand our tax-advantaged Delaware statutory trust and qualified opportunity zone fund platforms, as well as introduce new investment programs.”
Rogers also noted that Slavny will support the firm’s nation accounts executives to expand access of Capital Square investment programs to wealth advisors throughout the financial services industry, including independent broker-dealers, registered investment advisors and institutional channels.
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