AlphaFlow has hired a new chief investment officer, according to a company press release.
AlphaFlow is a real estate investment management platform based in San Fransico. It offers to simplify investments by building its customers a “diversified, automatically rebalanced portfolio of real estate loans” through automated services and professional management. Its website says: “You make one investment. We build you a diversified, automatically rebalanced portfolio.”
The company recently closed a $4.1 million seed investment round led by Point72 Ventures and Resolute Ventures.
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The new hire is Chris Woida, who has worked in finance for more than 10 years. He most recently worked as the managing director of Axioma, which is a software company which deals with risk management. Before that, he worked for seven years at investment management company BlackRock in the position of lead investment strategist.
Woida said: “AlphaFlow is connecting investors and lenders in a truly unique approach by using data and analytics to transform the traditional real estate investing experience. I’m looking forward to working with the AlphaFlow team and building on the firm’s successes as a leader in alternative investments.”
The CEO of AlphaFlow is Ray Sturm. Sturm also holds the position of CIO, so Woida will actually share his new job with him.
Sturm commented on the new hire: “Chris’ innovation and leadership in the investment community, particularly in systematic investing, alternatives and data analytics, brings tremendous strategic value to AlphaFlow. We are excited to have Chris onboard our executive team as the company continues to grow into a premier real estate investment service for investors, RIAs and wealth managers.”
The company also recently hired Miles Deamer to be director of investments, according to the press release. Deamer has been working in the field of investments since 2010, according to information made public on his LinkedIn profile.