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Yieldstreet Webinar Series - Fact vs. Fiction in CRE Healthcare Investments
We invite you to our next webinar with Yieldstreet’s Mitch Rosen, Senior Director of Real Estate and Alan Litt, Founder of MONTICELLOAM, LLC as they discuss healthcare investments within the commercial real estate market.

Nov 4, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mitch Rosen
Senior Director of Real Estate @Yieldstreet
Mitchell Rosen is a Senior Director, Head of Real Estate at Yieldstreet. Mitch joined the company in October 2018 after spending the previous 5+ years at Brigade Capital, a $23B alternative asset manager where he led the firm's efforts in investing in real estate securities and debt instruments. Prior to Brigade, Mitch spent just under 9 years at Marathon Asset Management, a NYC-based alternative asset manager working in the debt lending business as well as the CMBS underwriting & trading business. He entered the real estate investment space as an analyst at Capital Trust, at the time a publicly traded mortgage REIT specializing in subordinate debt lending. Mitch joined J.P. Morgan in July 2000 after graduating from Emory University with a BBA concentration in Finance.
Alan Litt
Brings over 30 years of intensive real estate finance, development and construction experience to the organization. Mr. Litt was President (2000-2010) and then Chairman (2010-Present) of The Kohl Companies (Kohl Solutions and Kohl Construction Group) developing, owning and operating skilled nursing facilities and multifamily housing, including market rate and affordable housing financed through low income housing and historic tax credits. Mr. Litt has deep knowledge in working with regulated businesses. He is a recent Trustee of Yonkers Partners in Education and the Advisory Council for Provident Bank, and a consultant to various not-for-profit religious, healthcare and educational institutions in the New York Metropolitan Area. Mr. Litt received a B.S. Degree in Finance from New York University (1981).