Madison International Realty, a leading real estate private equity firm, announced the appointment of Kenny Moon as Managing Director to advance the firm’s activities in real estate platform investing. Moon will be based in Madison’s Los Angeles office.
Madison International Realty specializes in providing liquidity solutions to existing real estate investors, as well as acquiring partial ownership stakes and joint venture interests in prime properties and portfolios in select sectors and major markets in the US, UK and Western Europe. Madison also provides equity solutions to real estate platforms seeking to retain assets, grow portfolios and/or raise capital more efficiently.
With more than 15 years experience in real estate investment and finance, Moon will focus exclusively on Madison’s real estate platform initiatives providing growth capital to public and private real estate companies. Moon’s investment experience spans numerous property types and he will seek to broaden the utilization of the firm’s capabilities.
“Madison has become a global leader in providing liquidity solutions to sponsors and property owners of quality assets located in prime markets across the world. We also seek to apply this capability to invest equity in real estate operating companies and platforms which we believe offer substantial growth opportunities. Kenny has directly applicable experience and will be an invaluable addition to advance these initiatives,” said Ronald Dickerman, Madison International Realty Founder and President.
Moon previously served 12 years with Almanac Realty Investors, Neuberger Berman Group LLC, where his most recent position was Managing Director. At Almanac, he sourced, analyzed, underwrote and executed entity-level investments into private and public real estate operating companies in the US and Canada, and previously served on the boards of HRIP Holdings and PREP Property Group. Earlier in his career, he held roles at ING Clarion Partners and Citigroup.
Moon earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley.