Liquid Realty adds secondaries analyst

Looking to expand its investment team, real estate secondaries firm Liquid Realty has hired Stephen Maxon to join its growing group of analysts.

San Francisco-based real estate secondaries firm Liquid Realty announced today it has hired Stephen Maxon as an analyst in the firm’s acquisitions group.

“We continue to search for additional talented investment professionals such as Stephen to support our growing real estate secondaries investment program,” said Jeffrey Giller, managing principal and chief investment officer of Liquid Realty.

Maxon is the third addition to Liquid Realty’s investment team since the beginning of the year. The investment team is currently comprised of six people, Giller said, adding that the group plans on hiring another two investment analysts this year.

Maxon was previously a consultant with consulting firm Accenture in the finance and performance management practice, where he built financial business models. He also worked on global outsourcing design and post-merger integration projects which totaled more than $2 billion (€1.4 billion).

Liquid Realty, founded in 2002, is focused exclusively on the real estate secondaries market and has acquired over $1 billion in real estate private equity interests. The firm is currently targeting investments in Europe and North America.