Mr. Kamm is co-founder and Managing Director of Ceres Capital Partners. Mr. Kamm has over 22 years of commercial real estate acquisition & capital markets experience in structured debt and equity transactions. Over the last 10 years alone, Mr. Kamm has invested and/or arranged over $5 billion of debt and equity capitalizations for US-based commercial, industrial, residential and hospitality institutional real estate.
Prior to founding Ceres Capital Partners, Mr. Kamm was a Managing Director in Jones Lang LaSalle’s Real Estate Investment Banking practice, responsible for structuring and restructuring creative debt and equity real estate capital solutions on behalf of the firm’s investor and lender clients (JLL acquired his prior firm, Spaulding & Slye in January 2006). In early 1998, Mr. Kamm had founded the Structured Finance capital markets practice for Spaulding and Slye LLC (Boston & Washington). This debt and equity finance and investment unit for the firm, focused on unbiased investment advisory and banking advice and grew the group’s annual volume from $140 million in its first year to over $2 billion in 2006. From 1995 to 1998, Mr. Kamm served as the Director of Investments at Northwestern Mutual Life, assisting the company to increase its exposure to US-based institutional equity via acquisition and development of commercial, industrial and residential transactions. Prior to NML’, Mr. Kamm served as a partner in the Acquisitions Group for LaSalle Investment Management working to execute programmatic investment strategies throughout the US for a series of pension and endowment separate account clients.
Mr. Kamm is a US resident with degrees in economics, statistics and business management and finance from GMU and Loyola University.