Max Friedman Joins Dekel Capital as Senior Vice President

Max Friedman
Max Friedman
LOS ANGELES - May 5, 2014 - PRLog -- Max Friedman has joined Los Angeles-based real estate investment banking firm Dekel Capital as Senior Vice President where he will focus on arranging debt and equity for the acquisition and refinancing of commercial real estate assets nationally.

Friedman joins Dekel Capital after two-and-a-half years with Boston Private Bank and Trust Company. As Vice President in the Los Angeles office, Friedman originated commercial real estate loans for bank clients and was also responsible for managing a portfolio of Southern California commercial loans.

Previously, Friedman was an Assistant Vice President at Los Angeles-based commercial real estate firm George Smith Partners, where he worked on structured finance assignments and loan sales.  Friedman started his career as an Analyst in the Equity Derivatives department at Goldman Sachs in New York.

Friedman completed, with honors, his undergraduate studies at Tufts University and holds an MBA degree from IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain and an MIA from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in the City of New York.

He is a licensed California Real Estate Broker.


About Dekel Capital

Dekel Capital ( is a Los Angeles-based merchant bank specializing in commercial real estate private equity and capital market advisory services for investors, operators and developers nationally. The firm’s deep relationships within the capital markets, along with its expertise in complex financing structures allow it to provide best-in-class execution for its clientele.

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