Veteran Marketing Professional, Patrick Kendall, Joins Ascentris
Denver, Colorado (December 3, 2018) – Ascentris, a Denver-based real estate private equity company, announced today the hiring of Patrick Kendall to serve as Managing Director and partner. Mr. Kendall will lead the company’s marketing efforts but will also be involved in acquisitions and dispositions in the Southern California property markets. Mr. Kendall will initially office in Ascentris’ headquarters in Denver, Colorado but will continue to call Newport Beach, California his home. Mr. Kendall will join Ascentris’ executive management team to guide the future direction of the company.
Prior to joining Ascentris, Mr. Kendall was Managing Director at Barings, a global financial services firm with over $306 Billion of Assets Under Management. While at Barings, he was responsible for business development and client relations in the western US for all the company’s real estate offerings. Mr. Kendall joined Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers, in March 2003 as Vice President, Marketing, responsible for business development and client relations in the western US. Cornerstone merged with Barings in 2016. Before his time at Cornerstone, he was an investment officer with PM Realty Advisors located in Newport Beach and was also with CBRE for over 12 years located in Denver. As Managing Director of Ascentris, Mr. Kendall will be responsible for expanding the organization’s client and consultant base. Mr. Kendall graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.S. in Business and has an M.B.A from Pepperdine University.
“We couldn’t be more excited about Pat’s addition to the team,” said Rob Toomey, President of Ascentris. “We have known Pat for a very long time. His knowledge and relationships in the capital markets, experience in the property markets and leadership will make an immediate impact on Ascentris and its team. We are very fortunate to be able to add someone of Pat’s caliber as we continue to be thoughtful and strategic about our future growth,” added Toomey.