Wolff Hires Steve Jasa as CFO of its Investment Management Group
SCOTTSDALE, September 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Wolff Company announced the hiring of Steve Jasa as the new CFO of its Investment Management Group. Steve will oversee all financial policies and procedures associated with the company’s six real estate private equity funds. With more than 24 years of real estate finance and investment management experience, Steve is responsible for all fund-related accounting, compliance, analytics, and investor reporting functions. Prior to joining The Wolff Company, Steve was Vice President, Investment Management of Western National Properties, where he was responsible for managing all aspects of the company’s $1.25B multifamily private-equity fund and joint-venture platform. He was also a Senior Manager in Ernst & Young, LLP’s real estate capital markets group. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from UCLA, and an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. He is a member of the National Multi-Housing Council, a full member of the Urban Land Institute, where he served as Vice Chairman of the Multifamily Council – Silver Flight (2008-2013), and a member of PREA, where he is a part of the Reporting & Valuation Affinity Group.
“We are extremely excited to have Steve join our team. He brings invaluable experience and knowledge that will greatly benefit our organization. We know that he will be a huge asset as the firm continues on its path of growth and expansion,” commented Jay Petkunas, President and COO of The Wolff Company.
About The Wolff Company
Wolff has invested in, acquired and developed high-quality multifamily assets for more than six decades. The Company is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and maintains offices in Washington, Massachusetts and California. Contact us at 480.315.9595 or visit us online at www.awolff.com.
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