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Fairfield County Business Journal recognizes Avant Capital Partners' Adam Luysterborghs
AVANT Capital Partners is proud to announce that Adam Luysterborghs, one of Avant Capital Partners’ Founding Principals, has been recognized by the Fairfield County Business Journal as one of Fairfield County’s top 40 under 40.
In 2007, Adam Luysterborghs started AVANT Capital out of his New York City apartment in partnership with Amy Cheng. Over the years, the company thrived under their leadership and has grown in size to now include a team of 6 principals and directors located in cities across the nation from Greenwich to Dallas. The company also maintains an origination presence in New York, Buffalo, Miami, Scottsdale and Chicago. The principals and directors of AVANT have completed over $5 billion in debt and equity investments as principals, lenders, investors, and intermediaries.
Many of the interns that have worked under Mr. Luysterborghs’
An event to honor Fairfield County’s Top 40 under 40 is scheduled for 5pm to 8 p.m. on June 2 at High Ridge Park Corporate Center in Stamford, and is set to include a keynote address from Olympic gold medalist Donna DeVarona. Please click here to learn more: http://westfaironline.com/
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About Avant Capital Partners-Avant Capital Partners is a direct commercial real estate lender and capital advisor. The company provides commercial mortgages for stabilized and in-transition investment and owner occupied properties nationwide. They offer permanent financing solutions for stabilized assets and bridge or interim loans for properties that are in-transition.
About The Fairfield County Business Journal: The Fairfield County Business Journal has a weekly readership of more than 150,000. The parent company’s business publications reach business leaders and decision makers in seven counties (Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess and Ulster in New York state, and Fairfield in Connecticut)