May 24, 2021
LEM Capital Announces Key Employee Promotions
Philadelphia, PA – LEM Capital, L.P. (“LEM”) recently announced the promotion of four senior team members to new leadership roles.
- • Allison Bradshaw was promoted from Managing Director to Partner, Greg Biester was promoted from Director to Principal and Jennifer Clausen was promoted from Vice President to Principal.
- • Ms. Bradshaw and Mr. Biester were each named Co-Head of Investments for the Firm and will be responsible for overall investment operations including originations, asset management and portfolio management.
- • Ms. Clausen will remain Head of Investor Relations leading Capital Raising for the Firm.
- • Luke Perl was promoted from Vice President to Director, Head of Asset Management.
“We are very excited to have Allison join us as a partner in LEM Capital and see Greg, Jenn and Luke recognized for the way they took on added leadership responsibilities. These promotions are well-deserved as each individual has distinguished themself and helped lead the entire team through a very challenging time,” said Jay Eisner, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at LEM.
About LEM Capital
LEM Capital is a real estate private equity firm with a 19-year track record focused on protecting investors’ downside and building portfolios to help deliver dependable current cash flow and equity upside through good and bad cycles.
The team consists of multifamily experts that seek to acquire well-located apartment properties where LEM can add value and seek to increase rents through physical upgrades and implementation of better management practices. The firm’s approach combines the local, long-term market knowledge and day-to-day management of its network of nationwide Operating Partners with LEM’s disciplined investment selection, rigorous due diligence process and intensive asset management oversight, all led by the firm’s partners. LEM’s goal is to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns to its investors while safeguarding capital.
Since 2002, LEM has raised over $1.3 billion1 in investor commitments and has acquired over 23,000 value-add apartment units since 2011.2
Notes: 1 – As of June 30, 2020. 2 – As of April 7, 2021.