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Sean Karl   Senior Analyst, New York

Mr. Karl provides analytical support to senior bankers on a broad range of strategic advisory, merger and acquisition, and capital markets engagements.

Sean Karl is a Senior Analyst in H2C’s New York office, where he provides transaction and analytical support to senior bankers of the firm on a broad range of real estate and capital markets transactions.

Prior to joining H2C Securities Inc., Mr. Karl worked as an Investment Banking Analyst at EC M&A and RHK Capital, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, private placements, and rights offerings for companies in the real estate, healthcare, industrial, technology, and energy industries. He participated in every phase of the deal life cycle, including the pitch, valuation, due diligence, presentation content creation, outreach, negotiations, and closing. Prior to his work in investment banking, Sean worked as an Investment Analyst for the single-family rental private equity REIT Conrex, a subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management. His primary responsibilities included assisting the acquisitions team in valuing assets and the investor relations team in raising debt and equity capital.

Mr. Karl graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in Political Science and History and a Certificate of Completion from the Undergraduate Business Program (Accounting,Finance, Marketing, and Management courses) within UVA's McIntire School of Commerce. During his time at UVA, he was also a member of the varsity football team and earned two letters as an offensive guard and tackle. He currently serves as the treasurer of Friends of Crocheron & John Golden Park, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the infrastructure of Crocheron & John Golden Park. He also serves on the Junior Board of Nazareth Housing, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable low-income housing and support services to low-income, elderly, and formerly homeless residents of New York City.

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